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Museum Interactive Multimedia 1997: cultural heritage systems design and interfaces
Selected Papers from ichim97

Edited by David Bearman and Jennifer Trant

Pittsburgh: Archives & Museum Informatics, 1997.

Table of Contents (PDF)

Section I: Information Design and System Development

Franca Garzotto, Politecnico di Milano and Paolo Paolini, Telemedia Lab, University of Lecce, Italy: Team-based Coordinated Development of Hypermedia: Lessons Learned from Piero della Francesca's "Agostinian Polyptych" (PDF)

Oreste Signore, Rigoletto Bartoli, Giuseppe Fresta, and Mario Loffredo, CNUCE - Institute of CNR, Italy: Implementing the Cognitive Layer of a Hypermedia (PDF)

Fabio Paterno and Maria Francesca Bucca, CNUCE - C.N.R., Italy: Task-oriented Design for Interactive User Interfaces of Museum Systems (PDF)

O. Signore, R. Bartoli, G. Fresta, A. Marchetti, CNUC, Institute of CNR, Italy: Issues in Historical Geography (PDF)

Deborah Seid Howes, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA: Connecting with Classrooms through Computers (PDF)

Howard Besser, UC Berkeley School of Information Management & Systems, USA: Comparing Five Implementations of the Museum Educational Site Licensing Project: "If the Museum Data's the Same, Why's It Look So Different?" (PDF)

Charlie Gere, Birkbeck College University of London, UK: Museums, Contact Zones and the Internet (PDF)

Section II: Interface Design and Presentation

E. Not, D. Petrelli, O. Stock, C. Strapparava, M. Zancanaro, IRST, Cognitive and Communication Technology Division, Italy: Person-Oriented Guided Visits in a Physical Museum (PDF)

Jon Oberlander, Chris Mellish, Mick O'Donnell, and Alistair Knott, University of Edinburgh, UK: Exploring a gallery with intelligent labels (PDF)

Jonathan Broadbent, CB&J, Paris, France, and Patrizia Marti, University of Siena, Italy: Location Aware Mobile Interactive Guides: Usability Issues (PDF)

Paul Kahn, Krzysztof Lenk, and Magdalena Kasman, Dynamic Diagrams, Inc., USA: Real Space and Cyberspace: a Comparison of Museum Maps and Electronic Publication Maps (PDF)

C. Dobbyn, M. Zajicek and R. Phillimore, School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, UK: Accessing the Collections of an English County through Time, Space, and Theme (PDF)

Christopher B. Jones, University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, U.K.: Geographical Interfaces to Museum Collections (PDF)

Torsten Nilsson, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden: The Interface of a Museum: Text, Context and Hypertext in a Performance Setting (PDF)

Section III: Case Studies in Museum Interactive Multimedia

Günther Görz and Nobert Holst, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany: The Digital Behaim Globe (1492) (PDF)

James Johnson, The Natural History Museum, London, UK: The Virtual Endeavor Experiment: A Networked VR Application (PDF)

Jenny Squires Wilker, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, USA: The Electronic Presentation of a Scholarly Collection Catalogue: An Oberlin Case Study (PDF)

Lene Rold, The National Museum of Denmark, Denmark: Linking Text and Image Databases in GENREG: A Multi-media Museum Management System at the National Museum of Denmark (PDF)

Susan Hazan, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel: The Fourth Wall (PDF)

Cynthia Goodman, Guest Curator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston: Capturing the Elusive Interactive Artwork via CD-ROM (PDF)

Maria Economou, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, UK: The Evaluation of a Multimedia Application for Gallery Interpretation: The Euesperides Project in Oxford (PDF)

Section IV: About the Authors

Authors' Biographical Notes (PDF)

Index (PDF)

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