Running your project

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You should not start any work on your project until you have received written permission from your Grants Officer. Before you can start your...
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Running your project discussions

  • I’d really like to start a discussion about ways in which we can capture the ‘intangible’ benefits of LP work (of individual projects or of their LP scheme as a whole). HLF LP evaluation guidance makes a distinction between outputs and outcomes and makes it clear that that some of the most...
    3 months ago
  • I am getting a little weary of being told that heritage collections/sites have to have an app and lots of high tech screen-based gizmos to appeal to young people. This feels like a different type of stereotyping - young people can't understand/appreciate heritage unless its packaged in a particular...
    5 months ago
  • Hi All I wonder if you can brainstorm a little in regards to getting permissions for images contributed by the public. I am hitting some snags, which interestingly are not covered in the digital guidelines or Naomi Korn's copyright guidance. I think I am overthinking the whole thing. The main issue...
    5 months ago
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