Digital Documentation

Digital documentation of cultural heritage is a site of significant innovation and technological change, as scanning technologies and methods become increasingly sophisticated and allow unprecedented forms of analysis of and access to heritage. Our research explores the uses and futures for these emerging technologies.

Melissa Terras
Interests:
digitisation
heritage science
advanced imaging
workflows
usability studies

Melissa Terras

Copyright, intellectual property, access
Digital documentation
Digital engagement, learning and participation
Geospatial data and heritage
Working with digital archives and collections
Social Media
e: mterras@ed.ac.uk
Nichola Dobson
Interests:
animation history
archives
education
animation theory
material collections

Nichola Dobson

Digital documentation
Digital engagement, learning and participation
Working with digital archives and collections
e: n.dobson@ed.ac.uk
Kobi Gal
Interests:
artificial intelligence
personalisation
user modeling
education

Kobi Gal

Digital documentation
Digital engagement, learning and participation
e: kgal@inf.ed.ac.uk
Will Lamb
Interests:
Gaelic
language technology
ethnology
digitisation
historical musicology

Will Lamb

Digital documentation
Working with digital archives and collections
e: w.lamb@ed.ac.uk
Tanja Romankiewicz
Interests:
critical heritage studies
building archaeology
virtual reality
reconstructing the past
visual competence

Tanja Romankiewicz

Digital documentation
Digital engagement, learning and participation
Geospatial data and heritage
Tourism and heritage
e: T.Romankiewicz@ed.ac.uk
Rebecca Rotter
Interests:
intangible cultural heritage
heritage transmission
community engagment
forced migration

Rebecca Rotter

Digital documentation
Digital engagement, learning and participation
Working with digital archives and collections
e: R.rotter@ed.ac.uk