Tag: Sarah Whatley

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Europeana New Projects meeting: a growing Family.

Letterkundig Museum @ Koninklijke Bibliotheek (The Hague) hosted a meeting that has provided an opportunity for coordinators and relevant work package leaders of recently started Europeana-related projects to exchange information about their projects, identify overlaps between projects and discuss an agenda for co-operation. Europeana Space is one of these 6 projects. Continue reading


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Does education include?

Perhaps the greatest barrier for dancers with disabilities accessing dance at a Higher Educational (HE) level is the perception that a career in dance is ‘off limits’ to them. Professor of Dance and Director of the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) at Coventry University (RICHES’ Partner) Sarah Whatley argues for a change in perceptions for every body dancing. Continue reading


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Discussing the future of Digital Cultural Heritage

Main aim of the meeting was to compare experiences and ideas, to promote synergies and collaborations among the projects led by the attendees and to identify research spaces in the light of the upcoming new EU programme Horizon 2020. The meeting fostered discussion of a panel composed of high-level experts, coordinators of important EC projects in the area of cultural heritage preservation and enjoyment and in particular related to the digitization, cataloguing, aggregation and creative reuse of digital cultural contents. Continue reading


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Digital Echoes Symposium 2014

Coventry University Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) is pleased to announce the Digital Echoes symposium 2014. Wednesday 8 January 2014; 10 am – 5 pm Convenors:  Professor Sarah Whatley (Coventry University) and Dr Sarah Atkinson (University of Brighton) Digital Echoes 2014 builds … Continue reading


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ECLAP: 2012 International Conference

The ECLAP conference was the place where institutions, industries and European Commission and Europeana projects in the areas of cultural heritage met to collaborate and present their results. Continue reading