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The Archaeologist Files: an Approach to the Digital Contextualization of Archaeological Finds in User Adaptive Information Systems
While surveying the opinions of the general public it becomes evident that archaeological finds tend to taken as hard to understand without expert knowledge on the subject. The consecutive problem is that this makes the finds easily rather uninteresting to the amateur audience. The presentation of context and giving meaning for archaeological finds in wider historical perspective is an apparent problem, and a considerable challenge for educational institutions and especially for museums. Onedoi:10.15496/publikation-3222 fatcat:cr7wjhdlmbhstjj5syl3a5w4ma