Kaleidoscope: User Engagement, User Testing and Schedule of Events: EU Project Mid-Term Report

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Abstract

This report presents the initial phase of work done on the User Engagement work package (led by Coventry University). It offers insight into the investigations done on unmet user needs when interacting with digital cultural heritage platforms. It also develops a theoretical framework for the Kaleidoscope project drawing on theories related to the concepts of participation, co-creation and crowdsourcing.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2019

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Keywords

  • Europeana
  • 1950s Europe
  • Digital Cultural Heritage
  • User Engagement
  • Participation
  • co-creation
  • crowdsourcing

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