I was just alerted about this free workshop happening in Aberdeen on Friday 16 March, and I thought it would be of interest to our blog readers. It’s been organised by SICSA Smart Tourism and the RCUK Digital Economy dot.rural hub.
The day will focus on two themes:
– Existing projects in dot.rural and beyond which explore how the digital economy can support rural activities and tourism, with topics ranging from transport, through cultural heritage to small business support.
– The afternoon which will consider genealogy and ancestral tourism, understanding the needs of visitors, venues and supporting organisations with a visit and guided tour to St Machars Cathedral churchyard by chief archivist Walter Duncan
There are still places available, so to see more details about the event and to book a place visit