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Adult Education in Archaeological Open-Air Museums – a reader

Dorothee Olthof (NL)
In an average archaeological open-air museum there is a lot to do and see for children and there are plenty of programs for school groups. The kids can grind cereals, bake bread, help in the garden, make bracelets out of various materials or try to make fire without matches (...) Excellent! But why are the matching programs for adults so rare?

What’s New in Archaeology - communication techniques and modern technology

Sebastian Buks (SE),
Jan Hendrik de Bruin (NL)
Virtual Heritage: how we can combine the past and modern technology and Communication Techniques of the Future, are the two presentations given at the Zeitgeist & OpenArch meeting in October 2011. Augmented Reality, Layar, Game Based Learning, The surface technology...

Heritage Presentation and New Media in Cultural Heritage settings

Laia Pujol-Tost (GR)
What can ICT contribute to improve their offer? Information Society is the name given to a new socio-economical phase featured by a major connectivity, access to bigger quantities of information, mobility and individualization. As they have always done, museums try to respond to these transformations by adapting their communication strategies and even their role...
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