In this project Ross is investigating the ways academics and heritage institutions represent doubt in exhibitions, particularly through the use of digital media. Ross is Senior Lecturer and Academic Director in the School of Museum Studies.
He is a Tate Research Fellow, Chair of trustees for the Jodi Mattes Trust (‘for accessible digital culture’), he sits on the national JISC Digital Content Advisory Group and from 2008-2011 was national chair of the Museums Computer Group. His book Recoding the Museum: digital heritage and the technologies of change (Routledge 2007) was the first major history of museum computing. In 2010 he also published the volume Museums in a Digital Age (Routledge).
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