Ghent University, Belgium, and the Ename Center for Public Archaeology and Heritage Presentation, Belgium, are working on a research project dealing with the potentials (and the threats) of the use of new information and communication technologies for the interpretation of heritage sites. More specifically, they want to examine how the ‘ICOMOS Charter for the Interpretation of cultural heritage sites’, aka ‘Ename Charter’, can be applied to off-site (technologically mediated) presentation and interpretation of heritage.
Results of this research will be presented at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the EAA in The Hague. Because the theme of the research is directly relevant to the European community of archaeologists the EAA invites its membership to participate at filling in the online survey, which can be accessed here www.mict.be/onderzoek
A report of the results can be requested by leaving an e-mail address after filling in the survey.
Thanking you for your cooperation, The research team