Confirmed Speakers:

Software Virtualization: A Key to Sustained Access and Use of Digital Content: Natasa Milic-Frayling (Microsoft Research Labs, Cambridge)

 More than hype – understanding heritage in 3D: Nick Poole (The Collections Trust)

Virtual Museums: Emanuel Demestrescu (v-must)

Using Minecraft for Heritage Education: Adam Clarke (The Common People)

Coastal Heritage At Risk: Combining Digital Technologies with Community Action: Tom Dawson (The SCAPE Trust/University of St Andrews)

Digital Dissent: Sharing Wales' Nonconformist Heritage: Christine Moore (Addoldai Cymru) & Susan Fielding (RCAHMW)

Towards a Social Method: Crowdfunding, Crowdsourcing and the future of Archaeological Research: Brendon Wilkins (Dig Ventures)

Immersive Environments: Jonathan Knox (Soluis)

Castles & chapels:Gaming in Heritage: Bob Plested & Aled Lloyd (ThinkPlay)

Augmented reality and the Parthenon sculptures: Juno Rae & Lizzie Edwards (The Samsung Discovery Centre, British Museum)

Don't dumb it down: historical accuracy is fun: Discussing the Europa Barbarorum Project and its impact on the gaming community: Andrew Lamb (University of Leicester)

Inventory 1964-2014: Crowdsourcing the National Monuments Record: Simon Jones & Jamie Davies (Llŷn Archaeology and History Society)

Engage audiences and create collections by crowdscourcing community collections: Ylva Berglund Prytz (RunCoCo: University of Oxford)

The Blaenau Gwent Access to Heritage Project: Frank Olding (Blaenau Gwent County Borough)

Reflectance Transformation Imaging: Kathryn E Piquette (Cologne Center for eHumanities)

Investigation and Digital Interpretation - The Ynysfach Ironworks Casestudy: Nick Cooper (iDEA) & Richard Lewis (Glamorgan Gwent Archaeological Trust)

Visualising the Past: Niall Ó hÓisín (noho)

3D Printing: Nikolaos Maniatis (Museofabber)

The ACCORD Project: Cara Jones (Archaeology Scotland)

Britain from Above: Angharad Williams (BfA/RCAHMW)

Cartooning the First World War: Professor Chris Williams (Cardiff University)

Using LoCloud Collections to set up your own digital library, museum or archive in the cloud: Holly Wright (University of York)

Occulus Thrift: James Grimster (Orangeleaf)

Repurposing, Partnerships and Digital Accessibility - ibeacons and all: The Nefyn and District Digital Heritage Trail:  Peoples Collection Wales  

Reflectance Transformation Imaging: Kathryn E Piquette (University of Cologne)

The Oxford Community Collection Model: Ylva Berglund Prytz (RunCoCo: University of Oxford)

Gigapixel Photography: Louise Barker (RCAHMW)

Quick and Dirty Historic GIS: Digital Humanities in collaboration with the UWTSD, Roderic Bowen Library and Archives: Dr Jemma Bezant (Software Alliance Wales)

Quick Guide to Open-Source Topic Modelling: Problems and Solutions: James Witts (Software Alliance Wales)


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