Elizabeth Galvin, leader of the Digital Programmes Team at the V&A, speaking at Museum Ideas 2018
Elizabeth Galvin is an anthropologist and digital humanities specialist. She is the leader of the Digital Programmes Team at the Victoria and Albert Museum. In this role, she manages the research, formation, and implementation of digital programmes and educational technology to explore collections. Prior to joining the V&A, she was a curator at the British Museum, where, most recently, she was the project manager and leader of a major digital research project. Her academic interests are focused on the intersection of technology and digital outputs in academia with traditional museum research and engagement practices.
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