FeaturesFeatures: Special topic: Communities and technologies

XXIII.1 January + February 2016
Page: 46
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Walking and designing with cultural heritage volunteers


Authors:
Luigina Ciolfi, Daniela Petrelli

Cultural heritage is a variegated field of inquiry for human-computer interaction (HCI), including both efforts to understand how digital technologies mediate human activities in heritage settings and the development of interactives to support the interpretation of heritage. Cultural heritage takes many forms and heritage settings vary greatly, from museums exhibiting traditional “glass case” displays to historic buildings, urban areas, and open-air sites. Heritage is also accessed, presented, and often managed by various local, professional, and/or community groups for the benefit of a larger local community, including different types of visitors, trained staff working in museums, and volunteers and enthusiast groups.…




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