As part of our Cupido programme we're running a series of workshops with XpoNorth to help those involved in heritage projects to reach audiences in new ways.
Today we're looking at how and why to evaluate your digital heritage projects. With 'Museums at Home' and 'Heritage at Home' offering new opportunities to reach audiences, find out the best ways to evaluate and manage your digital projects.
For this workshop we’ll be joined by Hilary Leavy, National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Evaluation Manger, who will provide an overview about the National Lottery Heritage Fund’s guide for project evaluation to help understand outcomes and impacts.
This series of workshops is supported through the CUPIDO (Culture power: to inspire development in rural areas) North Sea Region Interreg cultural heritage project, designed to develop new business opportunities in the culture and heritage sector.
The project has 16 partners from 7 North Sea Region countries and runs from 2019 to 2022. CUPIDO has enabled HIE to partner with University of St Andrews to work with communities and social enterprises across the Highlands and Islands region on a programme of transnational digital heritage activities designed to help commercialise the culture sector.