Tag: workshop

Guest blog post by Dr Rozhen K. Mohammed-Amin

Why EMOTIVE? My insider experiences as a visiting scholar at the University of GlasgowMuseum literature taught me that “memorable experiences have an emotional label”; so, “what is emotionally experienced, will be remembered” (Falk & Dierking, 2013). Learning literature, on the other hand, made me realize that there are more layers between “knowing” and “applying” something; […]

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Cultural Heritage EU funded projects meet at the CrossCult & Emotive Workshop in Athens

On Monday the 14th of May 2018, the EMOTIVE team had the chance to organize and co-host with the CrossCult project an exciting event that brought together representatives of most of the current cultural heritage EU funded projects. The event was structured in three main sessions, attempting to approach cultural heritage research and innovation through […]

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CrossCult & Emotive Workshop

The European H2020 projects “EMOTIVE: Storytelling for Cultural heritage” (http://www.emotiveproject.eu/)  and “CrossCult: Empowering reuse of digital cultural heritage in context-aware crosscuts of European history” (www.crosscult.eu) would like to invite you to a EU projects workshop in order to explore possible collaborations between EU funded projects relevant to Cultural Heritage. In particular, we will explore possibilities […]

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Our work: University of Glasgow

Working with the EMOTIVE Hunterian Museum’s Personas IMAGE 1: Group at 1st EMOTIVE User Workshop (Glasgow University, Hunterian Museum, February 2017) discussing the Hunterian personas   We thought it would be timely to introduce the personas we have also developed for the Hunterian museum and the Antonine Wall display and how we used them at […]

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Our Work: DIGINEXT

OUR WORK: Diginext’s experience of the Emotive project to date The edutainment team of Diginext is very enthusiastic to be part of this fantastic consortium and work on the EMOTIVE project. Some members of the team already had the occasion to work in the cultural heritage domain by participating to the CHESS project and their […]

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Our work: ATHENA’s experience of the Emotive project to date

It’s been a wonderfully busy 4 months, since the beginning of the EMOTIVE project, for “team EMOTIVE” at the Athena Research Center in Information, Communication and Knowledge Technologies (ATHENA). Our multidisciplinary team has been actively working on many aspects of the project in tandem. As a first taste, early on in December 2016, our archeologist-storytellers […]

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