The Virtual Exhibitions knowledge exchange project was launched in July 2021 and focused on how new technology, like copernic worlds, can be adapted for blended and remote learning for academic and museum audiences, enabling people to engage with collections in new ways, wherever they are in the world.
The project brought together the expertise, ideas and skills of highly specialised teams from across UCL’s Museums, the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) and Kagenova.
You can see a brief overview of the project in the embedded video below.
You can explore one of the captures of the project, the UCL Flaxman gallery, in copernic worlds here.
To learn more about the project you can find further details here.