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The virtual museum

Jonathan Bowen
2000 Museum International  
stories, and to all the 'Dicasteri' and the museums of the city of Lugano, as well as to all who participated in the creation of all these multimedia narratives.  ...  Acknowledgements Our thanks go to the people of HOC-LAB (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) and TEC-LAB (Università della Svizzera italiana) who work passionately at the development and deployment of 1,001  ...  For example the number of visitors creating online personal collections, personalized tour plans or using "My Museum" environments is very small, especially if compared to the overall number of website  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-0033.00236 fatcat:32464mefrfgrbfqqfb3yvz4n5i

Digital Pathways in Community Museums

Catherine Anne Cassidy, Adeola Fabola, Alan Miller, Karin Weil, Simón Urbina, Mario Antas, Alissandra Cummins
2018 Museum International  
Wiki A Wiki (MediaWiki) facilitates collaborative work and the online revision of a topic.  ...  The workshops themselves are discussed, including relevant case studies.  ...  Case Study: Malalhue, Chile T he project's final workshop was held at the Museo Despierta Hermano in Malalhue, in the municipality of Lanco, Valdivia in Chile.  ... 
doi:10.1111/muse.12198 fatcat:au337sawmfdblbzee6sacruaoq

Decentering the discipline? Archaeology, museums and social media

Dominic Walker
2017 AP : Online Journal in Public Archaeology  
have particularly emphasised the need for a greater awareness of sociopolitical contexts.  ...  However, it is essential to critically consider these assertions with reference to the important studies emerging from the fields of new media studies and Indigenous and collaborative archaeology, which  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks go to Jennifer French, Katie Hall and an anonymous reviewer for their comments on an earlier draft of this article.  ... 
doi:10.23914/ap.v4i2.61 fatcat:fb2ckb65qfhrrargjnbf2pqrgq

Interacting online: A content analysis of museum education websites

Diana Saiki
2010 Journal of Learning Design  
The results contribute to an understanding of the adoption of technology to educate and can be used as baseline data to assess future changes in online education by museums.  ...  The purpose of this research was to assess the degree of viewer interaction capabilities of features found on the education portion of museum websites.  ...  Another website feature used for teaching that has been studied by researchers are Wikis or websites that allow users to create and edit content, compare previous versions of a page, have a separate page  ... 
doi:10.5204/jld.v4i1.69 fatcat:ayjcmcb7vreobg7ik5xl5p3pvq

Communicating Museum Collections Information Online

Ion Gil-Fuentetaja, Maria Economou
2019 ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage  
of highlights or online exhibitions, and other interpretive digital materials provided online at the websites of cultural institutions for a non-specialist audience.  ...  number of museum online catalogues.  ...  Even though these models were originally proposed for the physical environment of museums, we argue that they can also be applied to the digital sphere and tested their usefulness for the analysis of museum  ... 
doi:10.1145/3283253 fatcat:x6zeylen5bczhkamf7txajn2nu

How will web and social media usage affect the future of museums? Case Study: The Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo

Hamida Mohamed, Moataz Marie
2018 International Academic Journal Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management  
Museums worldwide are starting to explore the potentials of web and social media as new channels for marketing, communication and collaboration with their target audiences.  ...  The overall objective of this study is to describe the current usage of web and social media by the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.  ...  Pett (2012) demonstrated how social media can be implemented within the museum sector for marketing, for a participatory multi-vocal dialogue, for creating a strong online brand and for creating a research  ... 
doi:10.21608/ijaf.2018.95502 fatcat:vt7bmr5zs5eunei6iotv3tjz3u

Museum Collection Re-defined: A Case Study of TOGO Rural Art Museum, Taiwan

LAI Ying Ying
2019 Muzeológia a Kultúrne Dedičstvo  
This paper will take the TOGO Rural Art Museum in Taiwan as a case study to explore how museum collections can be re-defined and how museum collections are to make connections with people.  ...  The value of collections to museums is not merely in using them for display, research and promotion, but also in establishing communication with public, as well as in the construction of meaning through  ...  The Art Reforming Project at TOGO Cluster: A Case Study of Zhuzaijiao. In: WU, Mali (ed.). Art & Public Sphere: Working in Community. Taipei : Yuan-Liou Publishing Co. Ltd, 2007, p. 179.  ... 
doaj:77b5937e3f904d48b88407b2fcd29ff0 fatcat:pm33za2mdrazjadzejbnzaf34q

National Palace Museum and service innovations

Rua-Huan Tsaih, James Quo-Ping Lin, Yu-Chien Chang
2014 Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies  
Innovations in non-ICT-enabled services: The design and development of cultural and creative merchandise for the NPM has been one of the most representative case studies in Taiwan.  ...  One particular work of note would be Zhao Chang's Picture of the New Year which was depicted using gigapixel technology so that online viewers could study the revitalized colors in detail.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eemcs-02-2014-0044 fatcat:6tki3hjqjrcp7dpwvao5ceoogy

Building community among museum information professionals: a case study of the Museum Computer Network

Paul F. Marty, Barbara J. Soren, Jackie Armstrong
2013 Museum Management and Curatorship  
This study presents results from a survey of 283 individuals who were asked about their relationship with the Museum Computer Network, an international professional organization dedicated to supporting  ...  part of a broader professional community.  ...  She completed an MA in Museum Studies at the University of Toronto, and is interested in how museums engage diverse publics and in using evaluation methods to help museums make informed decisions for improving  ... 
doi:10.1080/09647775.2013.831249 fatcat:ub4e2fsxfjb45gt2xovnxetviy

Digital heritage tourism: innovations in museums

Trilce Navarrete
2019 World Leisure Journal  
Museums may not be fully ready to accept the visit of a digital heritage tourist, yet acknowledging the value of the new consumer can free museums from the limits of their physical walls to explore new  ...  Heritage tourism is one of the oldest forms of travel for leisure, and more recently an important resource for the tourism industry. Museums benefit from ticket sales but also from recognition.  ...  Petersburg Florida (U.S.A.) embarked in a collaboration with Walt Disney to create an exhibition about the two innovators and commissioned a virtual-reality environment of the painting.  ... 
doi:10.1080/16078055.2019.1639920 fatcat:ts54gezo35ftfmwmvkgt5vd47y

Online Science Teaching Supported by Web 2.0 Tool: Virtual Museum Event

Kevser ARSLAN, Asli GÖRGÜLÜ ARI
2021 İnsan ve Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi  
Research Article In this study, it is aimed to investigate the effect of the online science course, which is carried out by using the virtual museums created with the web 2.0 tool, on the academic achievement  ...  In the study, the science lesson attitude scale and the academic achievement test prepared for the subject of human and environment were used as data collection tools.  ...  Setting an example for students who will not be able to carry out museum tours for a certain period of time during the epidemic, in terms of showing that they can carry out museum activities in the online  ... 
doi:10.53048/johass.977133 fatcat:ftfcsoyydbaltproydtabdxhze

Virtual Heritage in the Cloud: New Perspectives for the Virtual Museum of Bologna [article]

Nicola Lercari, Elena Toffalori, M. Spigarolo, L. Onsurez
2011 VAST: International Symposium on Virtual Reality  
The case study we adopted is Nu.M.E. 2010 a virtual reconstruction of Piazza di Porta Ravegnana, a crucial area of late medieval Bologna (Italy), published on the platform Second Life (SL).  ...  This paper focuses on the integration of Cloud computing tools and user-generated content into an online cultural virtual environment.  ...  virtual reconstruction, and in case of collaborative environments designed for "expert users", even take active part in the decision process of reconstruction.  ... 
doi:10.2312/vast/vast11/153-160 fatcat:oq5jhakx7jdmpghchyl57aay5q

Adoption of Social Media for Public Relations by Museums

Bojana Suzić, Miroslav Karlíček, Václav Stříteský
2016 Central European Business Review  
The study reveals a lower presence of Prague museums both on the Web and in the identified social media networks, in comparison to Berlin museums.  ...  for Prague and Berlin museums.  ...  The study indicates that in today's digital environment, it is not enough for museums to only participate in the social media world, but they should also be actively involved with a specific social media  ... 
doi:10.18267/j.cebr.148 fatcat:foubirx7m5hmxlq6hxnyjkp7kq

Museums Web Strategy at the Covid-19 Emergency Times

Sarah Dominique Orlandi
2020 DigitCult@Scientific Journal on Digital Cultures  
with a practical tool for the analysis and monitoring of their strategic online orientation; to design a tool that precedes and supports the implementation of a web strategy.  ...  What criteria can museums utilize to implement a quick efficient analysis of their choices and their strategies in the web environment?  ...  Acknowledgements I thank members of the Digital Cultural Heritage research group who worked on the Museum Web Strategy research project from 2015 to 2019: Gianfranco Calandra, Vincenza Ferrara, Anna Maria  ... 
doi:10.4399/97888255361646 doaj:d019c3b1adcc4348bc45211ea2baf254 fatcat:fm7n5w2f5baaxagwrtyxztq5me

Open Cultural Data and MediaWiki Software for a Museum: The Use Case of Musée Saint-Raymond (Toulouse, France)

Alexandre Albore, Saverio Giulio Malatesta, Christelle Molinié
2021 Environmental Sciences Proceedings  
A case of skillful use of such tools is the Saint-Raymond Museum, the archaeological museum of Toulouse.  ...  Freely accessible online databases developed by cultural and artistic institutions (e.g., museums, libraries, universities, studios, etc.) enable the transnational dissemination of catalogues of cultural  ...  The major advantage of using Wikidata is to have a pre-existing environment, constantly a work in progress, created by the international community of users.  ... 
doi:10.3390/environsciproc2021010010 fatcat:nfhprbs57jcqrgzkxwl4qnhxvi
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