Digital Trends Events from #hellodigital

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What’s that coming over the hill?

Digital Trends Events
HIE understand that the people of the Highlands and Islands want to be well-informed about leading-edge technology. They are bringing experts from the Google Digital Garage along with some hands-on demonstrations out across the North of Scotland.

26 Sept 2017 – Brora Digital Trends Event – Royal Marine Hotel, Brora
27 Sept 2017 – Inverness Digital Trends Event – #hellodigital Inverness Campus
28 Sept 2017 – Forres Digital Trends Event – Horizon Scotland, Forres, Moray
2 Oct 2017 – Dunoon Digital Trends Event – Fairmile Building, Dunoon, Argyll
4 Oct 2017 – Kirkwall Digital Trends Event – Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall, Orkney
5 Oct 2017 – Lerwick Digital Trends Event – Shetland Museum & Archives


This afternoon session will cover:

  • How to Improve Your Presence and Be Found Online
  • Social Media Strategy, from the Google Digital Garage
  • What’s coming next

Get hands on and try out:

  • 360 Cameras
  • Virtual Reality
  • Augmented Reality

“We are delighted to bring the Google Digital Garage to the far north of Scotland, with Highlands and Islands Enterprise, to ensure everyone has access to free digital skills workshops. We hope you’ll pop in and get the skills you need to become more confident online, grow your career or business, and maybe even launch the next big idea.”

Ronan Harris, Google UK&Ireland’s Managing Director

See all events from #hellodigital



Five events dedicated to the use of Digital technology within Heritage, as part of the Year for Heritage, History and Archaeology, in October:

10 Oct 2017 – Kirkwall Digital Heritage – Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall
24 Oct 2017 – Inverness Digital Heritage Event – #hellodigital, Inverness
25 Oct 2017 – Forres Digital Heritage Event – Alexander Graham Bell, Elgin
26 Oct 2017 – Stornoway Digital Heritage Event – Lews Castle
31 Oct 2017 – Dunoon, Digital Heritage Event – Fairmile Building, Dunoon

The Digital Heritage series features expert speakers from St Andrews and Glasgow Caledonian University, supported by Interface.