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Category Archives: project progress
Well, this is the last blog post from me (Debbie). The Rock Art Mobile Project is drawing to a close and this seemed like a good way to round it off. Since the last post a lot has happened. Our … Continue reading
This is it. The final stages of the Rock Art Mobile Project are well underway. And once again, I find myself blogging with a sinking feeling, knowing full well that I should have been blogging far more frequently than I … Continue reading
The last 12 months have whizzed past, and it’s time to say farewell to RAMP. I’ve had a great time meeting everyone in Rothbury and Wooler, and getting to grips (sort of!) with the wonders of mobile technology. I depart … Continue reading
The annual Museums and the Web Conference starts today. And, drum roll please, RAMP has a paper there! Areti will be presenting “Situating Cultural Technologies Outdoors: Design Methods for Mobile Interpretation of Rock Art in Rural Britain” in Philadelphia tomorrow … Continue reading
Today I checked my pigeon-hole and found two postcards from our first workshops in September. (We handed out pre-stamped and addressed postcards asking people to send them back with any thoughts or comments on the workshop or project.) I’ve got … Continue reading
Two blog posts in quick succession – wonders will never cease. Last weekend (Friday 4th and Saturday 5th March) RAMP held another set of workshops. This time we were based entirely in Rothbury and Lordenshaw, a design decision made so … Continue reading