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This 4 minute video explores a print from Kepler's Rudolphine Tables and talks about the history of astronomical theory and image digitization. This video was produced as part of the Digital Research Video Project, led by Suzanne Pilaar Birch as part of the Social Medial Knowledge Exchange (SMKE) at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge. It is based on the postdoctoral research of Isla Fay and produced by Sarah Castor-Perry. Funding for the project is provided by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (UK) and the video is protected under a creative commons copyright.
This powerpoint gives an overview of the range of archaeological materials that can be found in Second Life, the online virtual world that is increasingly being used as a learning space by educational organisations.
This is a lesson plan for small group activities for either undergraduate or postgraduate students, to encourage them to think about the concept of heritage.
Joe Hives and Joseph Vernon remember the good old days at Hull Fair and anticipate them continuing. Accompanied by photographs of Hull Fair through the ages. This resource was created as part of the National Fairground’s project, ‘Hull Fair, fun for all’, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in association with Hull City Council (see http://www.hullfair.dept.shef.ac.uk). The resource is the copyright of the National Fairground Archive, University of Sheffield (http://www.nfa.dept.shef.ac.uk/) and has been made available with their permission. Some rights reserved (see terms of licence by clicking on the CC licence logo below).