Services for business

Digital tools for new audiences (DTNA)

The Digital tools for new audiences support aims to help you:

  • Discover cost-effective, sustainable digital technologies
  • Make engaging visitor experiences
  • Evaluate their impact on visitors

Who we can help

DTNA support is:

  • aimed at small and medium sized enterprises in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
  • of particular relevance to arts, culture and heritage organisations.
  • is free to qualifying organisations.

Qualifying organisations are entitled to up to 12 hours of free support.

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What our workshop participants say

Good mix of theory and practical application.


Lots of ideas to take back to my venue and incorporate.


Each workshop counts as 6 hours of support.

Make: Digital Tools for Building a Compelling Visitor Experience

We give you hands-on experiences of connecting and customising new interactive technologies to help build a compelling visitor experience. We'll also look at the practicalities of scaling-up and maintenance.

Next workshop

Tuesday 6 March, Broadway Cinema, Nottingham - book now

Please note: due to the practical nature of the ‘Make’ workshop, tickets will be limited to one per business.

You do not need to have attended previous DTNA workshops to benefit from the 'Make' session.

Make and Evaluate: Digital Tools and Evaluating your Strategy for Engaging Visitors

This workshop will introduce further technologies, including 3D capture (photogrammetry and scanning), 3D visualisation (augmented reality and virtual reality), and 3D printing. We will then demonstrate how to combine analytic technologies with observational research techniques to identify your success stories and areas of improvement.

Next workshop

Wednesday 16 May, Broadway Cinema, Nottingham - book now

You do not need to have attended previous DTNA workshops to benefit from this session.

Discover: Engagement Techniques for Visitor Experiences

We provide you with the strategic tools for identifying the key assets of your collection or leisure offer and for choosing the best channels – digital or otherwise - to deliver these to your target audiences.

Next workshop

Use the contact form to register your interest in the next workshop. 


These documents were part of the Engagement techniques workshop held on 2 November 2017 at Broadway Cinema.



We can help you develop an aspect of your business around engaging visitors. We will support you to write a project description and identify the right academic mentor from our team of Nottingham University experts and arrange the initial meeting.


For more information on individual workshops, eligibility, consultancy or to be added to our mailing list:

  • use our contact form below
  • telephone Matt Davies, Digital Humanities Centre - 0115 951 3191


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The support is provided under the Enabling Innovation programme. 

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Organised by

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Dr Katharina Lorenz

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Dr Ben Bedwell

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Dr Laura Carletti

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Digital tools for new audiences

Digital Humanities Centre, Humanities Building
University Park, University of Nottingham
Nottingham NG7 2RD

t: +44 (0) 115 951 3191