Towards Advanced Interfaces for Citizen Curation

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2020-09-29
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Proceedings of the AVI2CH Workshop on Advanced and Visual Interfaces and Interactions in Cultural Heritage, Volume 2687, issue International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Volume 2687
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The SPICE project builds on the growing trend for museums, rather than providing an authoritative view, to present multiple voices related to their collection and exhibitions. In SPICE, an approach we term citizen curation is proposed as a way of supporting visitors to share their own interpretations of museum objects and reflect on the variety of interpretations contributed by others. In order to capture a wide range of voices, interfaces will be designed specifically to engage minority groups that tend to be under-represented in cultural activities. To achieve this goal, the interface will need to be intuitive, aesthetic and accessible for different audiences. The paper presents the challenges we face and initial proposals for engaging visitors in citizen curation.
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Bruni, L, Daga, E, Damiano, R, Diaz-Kommonen, L, Kuflik, T, Lieto, A, Gangemi, A, Mulholland, P, Peroni, S, Pescarin, S & Weckler, A 2020, Towards Advanced Interfaces for Citizen Curation . in Proceedings of the AVI2CH Workshop on Advanced and Visual Interfaces and Interactions in Cultural Heritage : 2020 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI2020) . International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces edn, vol. 2687, 7, CEUR Workshop Proceedings, vol. 2687, CEUR, Workshop on Advanced Visual Interfaces and Interactions in Cultural Heritage, Island of Ischia, Italy, 29/09/2020 . < http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2687/paper7.pdf >