While many people take looking at social media and websites as a daily experience, for many individuals these platforms are not available due to lack of internet or are not attainable due to their lack of accessibility.
In this resource, there are some helpful tips for making your online event more approachable and reachable.
Cultural organizations across Canada are embracing the maker movement and creating community makerspaces.
Today we’re joined by Bryce Mathew Watts, from The VR Voyage, to explore virtual tours. COVID has forced the industry to rethink how it reaches its audience and how it can broaden its audience through new technologies.
Digital outreach considerations and easy, affordable ideas for creating successful live streams.
Museums, galleries and informal education centres are striving to support teachers, students, and families through digital and virtual offerings.
Digital capacity building for Canadian museums and heritage organizations to provide access to a wide variety of stories and experiences.
Virtual exhibit tours are one of the many ways that cultural institutions can keep in contact with their audiences.
Tips and tricks from videographers on how to do a lot with the tools you already have at home.
Learn the basics of video conferencing and how to troubleshoot some of the most common issues.