Category Archives: VGC research

Creating user-generated content for location-based learning: an authoring framework

Paper published in Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning in 2012. Full details here; paper can be downloaded here. Abstract: Two recent emerging trends are that of Web 2.0, where users actively create content and publish it on the Web and also … Continue reading

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Before VGC: user experience research as a key methodology for the development of digital interactive services within museal contexts

By H.C. Huynh (1), B. Mellini (2), A. Talamo (2), C. Muccitelli (3), E. Nemilova (4), and C. Tortolini (5) (1) Freelance Information Architect; (2) Sapienza University, Rome; (3) Freelance UX Designer; (4) Freelance Psychologist; (5) C28 S.r.l. The talk aims at explore … Continue reading

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QRator and the Grant Museum of Zoology

By Jack Ashby Grant Museum of Zoology, University College London QRator is a ground-breaking programme that allows visitors to generate answers to – and share conversations about – questions about the role of science in society and the way that museums … Continue reading

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