Description of ActivityThe workshop was organised by Tarek Teba University of Portsmouth and Deyala Tarawneh, University of Jordan. The 38 participants from the UK and Jordan explored different methodological approaches for recording, documenting and digitising tangible and intangible heritage assets in cities. The workshop also included methodological debate sessions during which participants were divided into their working groups and critically debated each other methodologies. The main aim was to highlight improvements that could refine each project’s methodologies.
In addition, the workshop included Ethics Training session where participants were exposed to the notion of ethics and key considerations in order for them to build the ethics application form from their group projects with the support of the mentors.
This workshop was organised as part of the Regenerating Cities during Crisis: Culturally-Routed and sustainable strategies for Middle Eastern Cities project funded by the British Council Newton Fund led by Tarek Teba University of Portsmouth and Deyala Tarawneh, University of Jordan.
|Period||15 May 2021|
|Location||Portsmouth, United KingdomShow on map|
|Degree of Recognition||International|