A prototype digital tour of the ANU sculpture has been developed by one of the Centre for Digital Humanities research Honours students, Ting Wang in collaboration with ANU Collections, ANU Heritage and she is looking for your feedback on the tour to help guide future development and to support her Honours project research.
About the project
Ting Wang is research the effectiveness of digital tools and platforms for public engagement with heritage collections. This StoryMap is a prototype of a multimedia tour that can be taken online or in person. It will let you discover a selection of works from the sculpture collection and the history of the campus through the memories and expertise of different people connected with this place from Ngunnawal Elder Wally Bell to artists, academics, curators and current students.
What we need from you
We would love you to try the sculpture tour, the link is below and you can access it via a web browser on a desktop/laptop, a mobile phone, or a table that has an active internet connection.
Click the link here to access the tour Stories and Sculptures – a journey through ANU campus
You can either take the tour from the comfort of your own desk or if you are on ANU campus we welcome you to walk around the campus and view the videos and essays while standing in front of the sculpture.
Once you have viewed the tour please take a short survey (link below) to offer your feedback, it should only take around 5-10 minutes to fill in.
Click the link here to access the survey Feedback Survey
Thank you for supporting this research.
Ethics Committee Clearance
The information sheets for participants in the survey research are provided in the survey.
The ethical aspects of this research have been approved by the ANU Human Research Ethics Committee (Protocol 2021/227). If you have any concerns or complaints about how this research has been conducted, please contact:
The ANU Human Research Ethics Committee
The Australian National University
Telephone: +61 2 6125 3427