[apologies for cross posting]
3rd International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage
in conjunction with IUI2011 Conference (Palo Alto, CA | 13-16 February 2011)
November 12, 2010: paper submission deadline
December 12, 2010: notification to authors
December 19, 2010: submission of camera-ready papers
The rapid development of information technologies and the Internet has
enabled cultural heritage and public organizations to provide access to
their collections not only through physical displays but also online, and
attract even wider audiences than those that visit the physical museums.
Additionally, various trends on Web 2.0 allow for users not only to be
passive consumers, but also active participants.
Personalization capitalizes on a user-centered intelligent interactive
information exchange between museum websites or museum guide systems and
visitors. The museum monologue turns into a dialog, and personalization
enables a new communication strategy based on a continuous process of
interaction, collaboration, learning and adaptation between the museum and
its visitors. Personalization could improve the interaction and experience
of visitors on museum websites and with museum guide systems by supporting
visitors' navigation and assisting them in quickly finding an appropriate
starting point, and in discovering new relevant information.
This workshop will focus on the specific challenges for personalization in
the cultural heritage setting from the point of view of user interaction and
visitor experience. It will investigate how the user interface - the contact
point of visitors and systems - can become more intelligent by means of
personalization. Overall, the workshop will aim at attracting presentations
of novel ideas for addressing these challenges and the current state of the
art in this field.
Submission form: http://www.cs.vu.nl/~laroyo/PATCH2011/
Lora Aroyo, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Fabian Bohnert, Monash University, Australia.
Tsvi Kuflik, The University of Haifa, Israel.
Johan Oomen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, The Netherlands.
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