What to expect at the event
This session will explore the integration of multimedia content – primarily 3D and video content – in academic publications, with two case studies from Arts & Humanities journals. Both case studies will demonstrate different approaches to integrating multimedia and the value of multimedia for research communication and impact.
We will be joined by two guest speakers to share their own experiences bringing multimedia elements to showcase academic work. The session is designed primarily for researchers looking to explore these areas and find ways to make their research reach a wider audience.
This session continues the Taylor & Francis Researcher Webinar Series.
About the speaker
Alison Hadfield is a SGSAH-funded PhD candidate (University of St Andrews and University of Glasgow) conducting research into the value of sensory and digital engagement with archaeology for wellbeing.
She has a particular interest in working with people living with Dementia and co-authored an award winning publication in visitors studies (2021) with Professor Rebecca Sweetman and Dr Akira O’connor examining the effects of museum display techniques on visitor perception and recall.
As Learning and Access Curator at the University of St Andrews (2006-2019), Alison established the first dedicated learning centre and programmes centred upon the University’s museum collections, working strategically with creative, academic and community partners to build new audiences and innovative approaches to engagement. She has extensive curatorial experience, having worked with archives, textiles and photographs previously at Archives New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Kathleen McConnell, Bio coming soon!
Victoria Small, Bio coming soon!
Peter Gane, Bio coming soon!
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