Can Small Museums Develop Compelling, Educational and Accessible Web Resources? The Case of Accademia Carrara
Filippini-Fantoni, S and Bowen, J. (2005). Can Small Museums Develop Compelling, Educational and Accessible Web Resources? The Case of Accademia Carrara. EVA 2005 London Conference. London 25 - 29 Jul 2005 London South Bank University.
|Authors||Filippini-Fantoni, S and Bowen, J.|
Due to the lack of budget, competence, personnel and time, small museums are often unable to develop compelling, educational and accessible web resources for their permanent collections or temporary exhibitions. In an attempt to prove that investing in these types of resources can be very fruitful even for small institutions, we will illustrate the case of Accademia Carrara, a museum in Bergamo, northern Italy, which, for a current temporary exhibition on Cezanne and Renoir's masterpieces from the Paul Guillaume collection, developed a series of multimedia applications, including an accessible website, rich in content and educational material [www.cezannerenoir.it].
|Journal||In James Hemsley, Vito Cappellini and Gerd Stanke (eds.), EVA 2005 London Conference Proceedings, University College London, UK, 25-29 July 2005, pages 18.1-18.14. ISBN: 0-9543146-6-2|
|Publisher||London South Bank University|
|Accepted author manuscript|
CC BY 4.0
|25 Jul 2005|
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|Deposited||11 Apr 2017|
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