Andrew Payne is Head of Education and Outreach at The National Archives (UK) where he leads on services for schools, teachers, families, young people and communities.
As a former history teacher, trainer and resource developer he combines all of his previous experience to open up one of the great archival collections in the world and make it accessible for new audiences through innovative approaches to engagement both face to face and digitally.
Andrew holds a degree in Medieval & Modern History, a PGCE for secondary History and IT, a Masters in Business Administration and is a Fellow of the Historical Association.
Speaking at Culture Geek Conference
Wednesday 16th June 2021
Session: Inspire, challenge and support; building creative response online at The National Archives
How can you inspire audiences to respond to one of the worlds great archival collections when it’s closed to them by a pandemic lockdown?
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