The world of cultural heritage (CH) is rapidly evolving: new technologies (like the Internet, the World-Wide-Web, mobile devices, 3D graphics, GPS, 3G cellular phones, etc.) offer new, unexplored ways to communicate content, both to professionals and to wide audiences. CATCH will develop a blended learning course on the use of advanced communication technologies in cultural heritage. The target public are students in communication sciences, in computer sciences and cultural-heritage related disciplines. Important targets are also professionals in the cultural institutions, who already demonstrated interests in accessing learning courses on these topics. The course will cover topics related with design of technological enhanced applications, the e-learning environments and solutions, the new 3D technology involved in the field and the technologies related to the antiquities.
ECourse on the Communication of Cultural Heritage through Digital Technologies
MIRALab, University of Geneva
Seminar für Klassische Philologie, University of Basel
TEC-Lab, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano