As much information, as freely available, for as many people as possible.
Simon Tanner is an internationally renowned innovator, consultant and academic. He has an excellent record of delivering digitisation programmes and strategic change management to major cultural institutions in the UK and beyond. His strength of vision, matched with his professional experience, has assisted many to transform their collections and online presence. Simon’s knowledge of financing and sustaining digital projects is in great demand internationally. He has also worked with memory organisations on innovative modes of engagement and discovery for digital resources. Simon has a Library and Information Science degree and background. He is the founding Director of King's Digital Consultancy Services (KDCS) at King's College London. KDCS is part of the Department of Digital Humanities (DDH) and Simon is course leader for the new MA in Digital Asset Management at DDH and founded the Digital Futures Academy. Simon authored the book, Digital Futures: Strategies for the Information Age, with Dr Marilyn Deegan and has also addressed the Nobel Foundation on issues of collaboration and digital humanities.