Using Social media to stimulate history reflection in cultural heritage

Stavroula Bampatzia, Angeliki Antoniou, George Lepouras, Costas Vasilakis, and Manolis Wallace
In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP), 2016

CrossCult H2020 is a European project, the aim of which is the reflection of history in a cultural setting. In this paper, we describe how social media can be linked to cultural heritage and in particular how we can incorporate games, social networks, history reflection and culture. The paper presents the case study of one of the project pilots, to show how history reflection can be enhanced with the use of social networks.

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