The Digital Culture Network, from Arts Council England, is here to develop your organisation’s digital skills, find new ways to reach and engage audiences and help develop your business models. Working across the arts and culture sector, the Network is led by nine specialist Tech Champions.
These resources help museum people understand and use digital tools and channels, and are hand-picked by Culture24. They include resources on: collections; audience; social media, engagement; marketing; analytics; website; and case studies.
An online toolkit to support arts, culture and heritage organisations to integrate digital technology into their work. It has two elements: a Charter that outlines digital best practices and a Tracker that allows organisations to assess their approach to digital technology and develop plans for future work.
Digital Heritage Lab, from the Arts Marketing Association (AMA), is funded through the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage initiative. It is a free programme for small and medium heritage organisations seeking to develop their digital capabilities and capacity.
The Audience Agency uses data to help you understand your current and potential audiences, their needs and behaviours, in the physical and digital worlds.
Culture24 helps arts and heritage organisations to develop the necessary digital literacy, skills and confidence to use digital as a force for positive change and to understand and respond to changing audience needs and cultures.