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Items where subject is "General Works > Museums (General). Collectors and collecting (General)"

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Bryce, Derek and Murdy, Samantha and Alexander, Matthew (2017) Diaspora, authenticity and the imagined past. Annals of Tourism Research, 66. pp. 49-60. ISSN 0160-7383

Ciolfi, Luigina and Damala, Areti and Hornecker, Eva and Lechner, Monika and Maye, Laura and Petrelli, Daniela (2015) Cultural heritage communities : technologies and challenges. In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Communities and Technologies (C&T '15). ACM, New York, NY, New York, pp. 149-152. ISBN 9781450334600

Damala, Areti and Astic, Isabelle and Rovedakis, Stéphane and Gressier-Soudan, Eric (2013) La réalité augmentée adaptative : vers une nouvelle éxperience de visite au musée. In: Pratiques et Usages Numériques. Hermès Science Publications, Paris, pp. 205-220. ISBN 9782746245792

Damala, Areti and Hornecker, Eva and Ruthven, Ian and Ciolfi, Luigina and Petrelli, Daniela (2014) Forging memorable and multisensory museum visiting experiences : tangible interaction, co-design, digital fabrication and do-it-yourself approaches. In: Digital Heritage 2014 : Digital Communities in Action, 2014-07-12, University of York.

Damala, Areti and Hornecker, Eva and van der Vaart, Merel and van Dijk, Dick and Ruthven, Ian (2016) The Loupe : tangible augmented reality for learning to look at Ancient Greek art. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, 16 (5). pp. 73-85. ISSN 2241-8121

Damala, Areti and van der Vaart, Merel and Clarke, Loraine and Hornecker, Eva and Avram, Gabriela and Kockelkorn, Hub and Ruthven, Ian (2016) Evaluating tangible and multisensory museum visiting experiences : lessons learned from the meSch project. In: Museums and the Web 2016, 2016-04-06 - 2016-04-09.

Fleming, Rod and Damala, Areti (2016) Finding the voice : planning and evaluation of social media in cultural institutions. In: Museums and the Web 2016, 2016-04-06 - 2016-04-09.

Hornecker, Eva and Nicol, Emma (2012) What do lab-based user studies tell us about in-the-wild behavior? : insights from a study of museum interactives. In: Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'12). ACM, New York, pp. 358-367. ISBN 978-1-4503-1210-3

McKinley, Roger and Damala, Areti (2013) ARtSENSE and Manifest.AR : revisiting museums in the public realm through emerging art practices. In: MW2013. Archives and Museum Informatics, Silver Spring.

Pilcher, Jeremy and Vermeylen, Saskia (2008) From loss of objects to recovery of meanings : online museums and indigenous cultural heritage. M/C Journal, 11 (6). ISSN 1441-2616

Tonner, Philip (2016) Museums, ethics and truth : why museums' collecting policies must face up to the problem of testimony. Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplement, 79. pp. 159-177. ISSN 1358-2461

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