E-learning in University: a case of study on cultural heritage
AbstractHow much important and fundamental instruments, formation and information methods, different from the traditional ones in the different fields of human and experimental sciences, are today and will be in the future, is highlightened in this article. According to this, some problems typical of our instructive institutions (such as universities, public administrations, factories) and their relevant possible solutions are underlined. These solutions can be achieved thanks to the introduction of the "e-learning" i.e. the possibility of learning through the web. It is important to note that the usage of data processing systems and telecom technologies could improve the access to the learning resources and to meet the different requirements. A case that can be considered emblematic, with reference to our specific experience, is represented by the cultural heritage field and by the university teledidactic and telecom courses as "Cultural heritage Operator".
How to Cite
Lorusso, S., & Comba, V. (2006). E-learning in University: a case of study on cultural heritage. Conservation Science in Cultural Heritage, 6(1), 39–57. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.1973-9494/470
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