Research is also needed to help AHT’s understanding of international cultural markets, where the UK sits comparatively and the impact culture has on international diplomacy. Protecting the UK’s cultural assets and understanding ways to consolidate and make better use of crucial data across AHT sectors is also of interest and more research on best practice would be useful.
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\nThe proposed workshop programme is set to review existing definitions of cultural engagement and outline the main lines of assessment that have been tested within the Impacts 08 programme and are being further explored...
Funded by: AHRC
Lead research organisation: University of Liverpool
The project explores methods of assessing cultural engagement and quality in both physical and virtual environments, which is partially relevant to the question.
Methods of evaluating cultural impact still need substantial development to support robust, long-term empirical research on cultural value. Meanwhile, technological innovations have raised new possibilities for evaluatin...
Funded by: AHRC
Lead research organisation: University of Warwick
The project focuses on using technology to evaluate cultural value, which directly answers the question.
The rationale behind this project is that cultural datasets are currently in a poor state of development and not fit-for-purpose. As many scholars, cultural workers, funders and policymakers have observed, cultural data ...
Funded by: ESRC
Lead research organisation: University of Leeds
The project aims to develop a mixed-methods cultural evaluation framework, which could be used to estimate in-person engagement with cultural events.