This work is driven by the Anatomy Museum moving out of their historical home at Teviot Place.
Once the Anatomy Museum has been relocated to the College of Surgeons, this will provide a virtual tour of the old location and hundreds of years of outstanding and important UoE history attached to the Medical College.
The target audience will be the general public and potential students to help promote the College and University.
At present, the Anatomy Museum, which demonstrates the history of anatomy, attracts around 2,000 visitors per annum. Once in-situ near to the College of Surgeons Museum, which demonstrates the history of surgery and currently attracts around 30,000 visitors per annum, the expected growth will be in excess of 50,000 visitors per annum to both.
There is excellent potential to highlight and demonstrate one of the largest collections in the UK and Europe, and provide an insight into the history of medicine at UoE and the college. Importantly, this also gives the college a platform to generate interest in the college in general, alongside and the proposed Online (Distance) Learning Anatomy course covered in the next section.
Current project status
|Report Date||RAG||Budget||Effort Completed||Effort to complete|
|July 2016||BLUE||0.0 days||0.0 days||0.0|