Culture24 Report: How to evaluate online success

Culture24 have published the findings of an Action Research Project, with the final report titled ‘Let’s Get Real: How to evaluate online success‘ (PDF download). It’s good, and well worth a read. Having instigated the project, they coordinated efforts between 17 cultural organisations, with the aim being: to help the sector to improve the way […]

Digital Participation and Learning case studies from the Heritage Lottery Fund

The Heritage Lottery Fund have released a report called Digital Participation and Learning: 22 Case Studies. The case studies are intended to: illustrate a wide range of approaches to using digital media to engage people with culture and heritage And these are they: ArtBabble (Indianapolis Museum of Art) Chester: Revealing the Rows (Cheshire West and […]

More broadband = more theatre, concert and opera visits

Stefan Bauernschuster, Oliver Falck and Ludger Woessmann – three economists from the Ifo Institute in Munich – are the authors of a working paper called Surfing Alone? The Internet and Social Capital: Evidence from an Unforeseeable Technological Mistake (here’s the PDF). Referring to Robert Putnam’s Bowling Alone, they say that: On the one hand, the Internet obviously absorbs a […]