Digital Tools for New Audiences – 2 workshop dates

The Digital Tools for New Audiences (DTNA) is a project that draws expertise from both Arts and Computer Science.

In advance of a Digital Research week at the University of Nottingham, DTNA has organised two free workshops to offer training and consultancy to small and medium-sized enterprises in the heritage and leisure sectors based in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

For more information and links to workshop Eventbrites see:

6th March

16th of May

The DTNA team comprises of Professor Katharina Lorenz (Digital Humanities Centre), Dr Ben Bedwell (Computer Science), Dr Laura Carletti (Horizon Digital Economy Research) & Matt Davies (Digital Humanities Centre) and has previously run three successful workshops since the project began in 2016, working with over 30 SMEs.