The web is a powerful tool for learning and making resources accessible through digitisation projects and databases as well as on-line courses and interactives.

Gillian Waters has substantial experience of E-Learning from building websites, creating and delivering on-line courses on a variety of historical topics, to designing on-line games and interactives for leisure learners. She has also created prototypes for on-line searchable local and regional archives and worked on projects with museums and universities.

If you are interested in developing e-learning resources and would like to contact me please use the email below.

Ask the Expert- Museums Development Yorkshire 2016-17

Gillian is working with Museum Development Yorkshire on Ask the Expert- a series of Q & A on-line blogs for museums in the Yorkshire and Humberside region. Gillian has invited a range of museum experts to blog on-line about a variety of themes. Each month museum experts also answer questions on their particular field in a live Question and Answer session.

You can post questions on twitter using #MDYask or post a question on the blog.

To see the discussions in 2013 click here for the blog.

Social Media at Burton Constable Hall 2016

Gillian was delighted to be invited by Constable Burton Hall to evaluate their social media strategy using facebook and twitter to build audiences. You can find out more about Burton Constable Hall here.

Marvellous Map of Malton at Malton Museum- 2016

Gillian was delighted to be invited to work again with Malton Museum. Gillian researched and created an on-line resource based on three maps of Malton as a resource for children at KS1 and KS2 investating local history. The poerpoint template is currently being trialled in local schools and will be launched in September 2016. You can find out more about Malton Museum hereMalton Museum here.

Introduction to Medieval Genealogy

Gillian is a tutor with Pharos Tutors and teaches a short introductory on-line course on Medieval Genealogy. This course explores the main sources for pushing genealogy back into the Medieval period, their strengths and weaknesses and where to find the major sources. To book for this very popular series details of the next course can be found here.

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