3 edition of Research agenda for the applications of ICT to cultural heritage found in the catalog.
Research agenda for the applications of ICT to cultural heritage
Arnold, David Prof
|Statement||David Arnold, Guntram Geser|
|Contributions||Geser, Guntram, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||G156.5.H47 A76 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||2009488593|
as quoted in EPOCH’s Research Agenda2, that without ‘fundamental’ investigation on research processes, question and discourse, “research on other topics would continue to be ‘blind’ as to what the real issues are.” 2 D. Arnold and G. Geser () Research Agenda for the Applications of ICT to Cultural Heritage. Reconstruction of lost cultural heritage information (e.g. predicting what a building such as a castle looked like originally when only some ruins are left and no other specific information about it) Extraction of new knowledge from cultural heritage data (e.g. research on influences between artists, styles, or .
Recently, the EU has undertaken several projects involving the application of such technologies, which include the digitisation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage and the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to improve: the conservation and preservation of cultural products; the digital and physical access as well. This book explores a wide range of emerging cultural, heritage, and other tourism issues that will shape the future of hospitality and tourism research and practice in the digital and innovation era. It offers stimulating new perspectives in the fields of tourism, travel, hospitality, culture and heritage, leisure, and sports within the context.
I see that the ICT has a huge impact on culture. The information technology enables data access from anywhere, this can uplift the level of education and awareness for many people specially in rural area, also it can help propagate instant messagi. This book is a collection of 20 key essays, of authors from 11 countries, representing a wide range of professions including architecture, philosophy, history, cultural heritage management, new.
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Guntram Geser, David Arnold (): Research Agenda for the Application of ICT to Cultural Heritage. Preliminary edition. EPOCH Publication. Budapest: Archaeolingua This report presents an analysis of the current state and future directions of research in ICT specifically inspired by the needs of the cultural heritage sector.
EPOCH’s effort to provide a common research agenda in cultural heritage and ICT is intended to foster a better cohesion of the communities involved, promote synergies among new initiatives and projects, yield more efficient spending of available funding, and result in better and more sustainable ICT-based by: EPOCH Research Agenda for the Applications of ICT to Cultural Heritage Full Report David Arnold, University of Brighton Guntram Geser, Salzburg Research With contributions by Jaime Kaminski, University of Brighton on issues of the valuation of heritage impact May Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites (informally known around the world as the “Ename Charter”) and on the EPOCH Sector Watch surveys and Research Agenda, will offer cultural heritage professionals important examples of how emerging digital applications and methods can serve their wider needs.
In recent years, digital heritage has begun. Guntram Geser, David Arnold (): Research Agenda for the Applications of ICT to Cultural Heritage.
Full Report. EPOCH. Budapest: Archaeolingua Online available at: Link. It highlights the growing opportunities that ICT applied to cultural goods could develop in the future, especially in our country with the widely diffused cultural heritage.
Research limits. There are a growing number of Information Communication Technology (ICT) applications in cultural heritage. However despite funding constraints, projects often involve similar or even duplicate.
Hits: by Martin Derr and David Arnold. ICTs’ use for Cultural Heritage has been growing very fast as part of the explosion in digital arts and humanities research driven by both public interest in heritage and the opportunity to enhance intellectual.
The Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) are nowadays fundamental in all areas of society, including in the protection of natural and cultural heritage. The growing broadband and mobile connectivity, the access to online data, the use of remote sensing technologies and platforms – these trends determine also the future of the.
The Handbook of Research on Technological Developments for Cultural Heritage and eTourism Applications is a pivotal reference source for the latest research findings on the utilization of information and communication technologies in tourism.
Featuring extensive coverage on relevant areas such as smart tourism, user interfaces, and social media. with heritage education: a) experiential learning of aspects of culture such as traditions, customs etc., b) contact with cultural heritage, c) appreciation of cultural heritage, d) identification of the contribution of the Europe to the world culture and of the value of world peace and.
The objective of the book is to bring together a comprehensive collection of research trends on contemporary ICT systems and application in Cultural Heritage and Tourism from a set of. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (DAACH) is an on-line, peer-reviewed journal in which scholars can publish 3D digital models of the world's cultural heritage sites, monuments, and palaeoanthropological remains accompanied by associated academic articles.
The journal aims both to preserve digital cultural heritage models and to provide access to them for the scholarly. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g.
) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of. European research on cultural heritage needs a holistic research agenda and an inclusive interdisciplinary approach, which could help overcome the institutional fragmentation, increasingly seen as an anachronism by stakeholders and citizens.
1 Special Eurobarometer () on cultural heritage 8 Innovation in Cultural Heritage Research. 1. Setting the scene. Cultural Heritage Education in most European countries was based for a long time on traditional teaching methods; this meant that it usually relied on face-to-face classroom lessons held by one single teacher (often the one in charge of “Arts”), on the study of printed materials (texts and images), and very seldom on watching videos.
A national ICT strategy for the cultural sector is vital to support both the retroconversion of existing heritage resources in digital form, as well as the creation of new digital collections. The critical need for large amounts of more diverse digital resources has been widely acknowledged by local, national, and international organisations.
This book covers the entire spectrum of cultural and digital tourism and presents the latest findings, Some Observations and a Research Agenda. Elizabeth Booth, Jithendran Kokkranikal, Olga Burukina.
Cultural tourism Digital tourism E-tourism Heritage tourism ICT applications in tourism Tourism marketing. Editors and affiliations. 3. Financing R&D and innovation: Inthe Commission is investing around M€ per year in technologies for digital content and cultural heritage.
Support goes to research and innovation in tools for content creation, access and preservation. It targets application areas spanning from cultural arts to entertainment and education. Research Area (ERA) in the field of cultural heritage. The initiative promotes a joint multidisciplinary approach to cultural heritage sustainability which arises from research.
To this aim, JPI CH developed a common Strategic Research Agenda and funded 26 transnational. Analysis of the Contribution of ICT to Cultural and Religious Tourism: In Communicating Religious Heritage to Visitors and Tourists: /ch The rise of new technologies in society have contributed to increase the tourism experience and caused changes in tourist behavior, while contributing to the.EPOCH Research agenda for the applications of ICT to cultural heritage By David Arnold and G.
Geser Topics: G Computing and Mathematical Sciences, V Historical and Philosophical studies.It is essential for African countries to ensure that adopting ICT for development (ICT4D) does not destroy their beautiful cultural heritage.
Culture is passed from one generation to another.