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A "benevolent spambot" called Agnes is leading online visitors on tours of the Serpentine Galleries in London, meeting staff and discovering secret parts of the collections.
Telling thousands of little-known tales from those seeking exemption from service during World War I, a new online archive is a rare glimpse of letters and tribunals.
From Oxford to Russia, a new one-day Twitter campaign - dubbed MuseumSelfie - has attracted hundreds of photos from thousands of contributors across the world.
A revealing new online catalogue, compiled with devotion by a National Portrait Gallery archivist, reveals the remarkable life of one of the 19th century's best-known artists.
From Goya and van Gogh to an early prescription from Egypt and a 14th century horoscope, the Wellcome has released a vast collection of exhibits online.
A new website is to be developed for the 2015 bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, partnered by the National Army Museum and Culture24.
The National Archives has begun digitising its vast collection of World War I British Army Unit War Diaries, with a crowd sourcing project to enlist public help to tag them.
Backed by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the National Army Museum and Culture24 will launch a digital collection for next year's bicentenary of Waterloo. Here are six artefacts that might make the final......
From close-ups of fleas to the World War II Enigma machine, curators say a new iPad app launched by the Science Museum will be "awe-inspiring and intimate" for fans.
Touchscreen tablets and wireless digital cameras will continue to bring Ancient Greece, Egyptian sculptures and other histories to life in an acclaimed classroom centre.
The Imperial War Museum's Duxford site has won an award for a trail giving disabled people a better day out, with judges praising it for setting a "benchmark" within the sector.
A series of 1917 lithographs in Cardiff and a photo exhibition at Tate Modern are among hundreds of projects and resources announced for the First World War Centenary.
A 21-metre, 360-degree visual projection will bring nanoscale atomic physics to the dancey public during a three-day festival at Brunel's Old Station later this month.
Following its dramatic rescue off the coast of Kent earlier this year, the Dornier17 will be visible in iconic locations across the world via a £75,000 app for smartphones.
Pictures from this year's festival of all things digital and cinematic on Merseyside, where Mark Boulos filled Fact with films and Jesse Darling pondered the art of the selfie.