Pescarin S., Rizvic S., Selimovic D., V-MUST.NET - THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM TRANSNATIONAL NETWORK,
ORGANIZATIONAL ASPECTS OF ICT APPLICATIONS IN CULTURAL HERITAGE “VIRTUAL MUSEUM”
Pescarin S., Pagano A., Mattias W., Hupperetz W., Ray C., Archeovirtual 2011: An Evaluation Approach to Virtual Museums, in Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM), 2012 18th International Conference on Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/VSMM.2012.6365903, IEEE pub, 2012: 25 ñ 32, E-ISBN: 978-1-4673-2563-9
This deliverable represents the first iteration of an on-going set of activities aimed at defining and exchange mechanism for Virtual Museums: the applications and also their content for reuse purposes.
The document describes V-MUST portal structure and future developments.
The document describes V-MUST training activities:
- Virtual Heritage National Schools (Cyprus, Sweden, Italy, UK, Germany, Spain)
- Virtual Heritage International Schools (2012: Paestum/IT; 2013: Falmouth/UK)
- Virtual Museum Academy.
The document describes the activities carried out by WP7 of V-MUST.net. It presents the evaluation carried out in 2011 and 2012 and the selected test-beds that will be developed and firther evaluated.
This document describes the development process of a Virtual Museum Quality Label by V-MusT.net. The process starts with the analysis of stakeholders involved, case studies and best practice, criteria used in other award programmes.
WP7 aims at creating a common ground for testing, assessment and evaluation of what is produced by the project partners in WP2, WP3 and WP5 as well as other results produced by the network of associated museums, addressing how VM technology can be embedded into curatorial and museum practices.