Conference 2016 – Better Together?

Better together?

22 September 2016, University of Reading

In a climate of increasing drive towards greater partnership working, the 2016 conference reviewed the benefits, costs and challenges of working together. Focusing on recent civic and university partnerships and international working we will explore different case studies and debate the role of leadership, partner expectations and the practical realities of ensuring positive and sustainable outcomes.

Download the full programme: UMG Conference Programme update

The full text of the keynote address delivered by Rt Hon Matt Hancock, Minister of State for Digital and Culture can be downloaded here.

Speaker presentations available to download:

Prof David Gaimster, Director, Hunterian Museum  David Gaimster UMG 2016

Dr Paddy Bullard, Co-Director, Centre for Collections Based Research, University of Reading Paddy Bullard UMG 2016

Tonya Nelson, Public and Cultural Engagement, University College London Tonya Nelson UMG 2016

Museum of English Rural Life, University of Reading

Museum of English Rural Life, University of Reading