The present paper will outline some of the most relevant innovations and events related to the history of Museums. Starting from the basics, the reader will be introduced to issues and achievements associated with virtual museums, cataloguing, digitising, publishing, and the sustainable exploitation of cultural content, relevant case study. Drawing upon the many (over twenty-five) years of experience and achievements in digital cultural content, this paper aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the issues and achievements associated with digital collections and cultural content. Within the document we will get close to some fundamental questions. Do virtual museums really provide added value to end-users? Are museums, content providers and users ready and willing to use new technologies to explore cultural heritage? Do ICT tools really help content holders and/or end-users? Shall we now try to provide some answers? Have we mastered the general framework? Is the necessary technological framework already in place? The duty to reply to such questions is left to the reader on the basis of the reading.
|Titolo:||Museums Exhibitions in the Age oif Digital Communication|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.2 Recensione in Rivista|