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Educational technologies and cultural heritage: an overwiew of italian museums in the Web era


An overview of websites of Italian museums, archives and libraries that are providing users with information and learning resources with particular attention to the young and people with disabilities.


Educational Technology; Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL); Stellar; Tools column; cultural heritage; italian museums;

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Bettelheim B. (1990). La Vienna di Freud. Milano: Feltrinelli.

Black G. (2005). The engaging museum: developing museums for visitor involvement. London; New York: Routledge Chapman & Hall.

Feliciati P., Natale M. T. (eds.) (2009). Manuale per l’interazione con gli utenti del Web culturale. Ed. it. con aggiornamenti e integrazioni di Handbook on cultural web user interaction. Quality, Accessibility and Usability, 1ª ed. settembre 2008. Minerva EC Working Group. handbookwebusers_it/annex1.html (it.) Handbookwebuserinteraction.pdf (en.) (ultima consultazione 17.07.2012).

Gorbey K. (1991). The challenge of creating a bicultural museum. Museum Anthropology, 15 (4), pp. 7-8.

Kolb D. A. (1984). Apprendimento esperienziale. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA: Prentice-Hall.

Mason R. (2006). Cultural theory and museum studies. In S. Macdonald (ed.). A companion to museum studies. Oxford, MA, USA: Blackwell, pp. 17-32.

Radtke P. (1994). Art and rehabilitation. Rehabilitation (Stuttg), 33 (2), pp. 61-3.

Stylianou-Lambert (2010). Re-conceptualizing museum audiences: power, activity, responsibility. Visitor Studies, 13 (2), pp. 130-144.

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