#smARTradio® is a project by the Radio Magica Foundation in collaboration with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the University of Udine, Italy. The project aims to disseminate and promote knowledge of the Italian cultural heritage to a targeted audience of families with children –– including those with visual, hearing and/or intellectual disabilities –– through audio and video stories penned by renowned Italian authors. In this paper, we will focus on the UNESCO archaeological site of Aquileia in north-eastern Italy to show how the use of a Talking Map® can enable access to and ease the understanding of historical and archaeological contents

The #smARTradio project and the Talking Map of Aquileia (Italy): how to make a UNESCO archaeological site accessible to all

Giovanna De Appolonia
Formal Analysis
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Elena Rocco
Formal Analysis
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2021-01-01

Abstract

#smARTradio® is a project by the Radio Magica Foundation in collaboration with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the University of Udine, Italy. The project aims to disseminate and promote knowledge of the Italian cultural heritage to a targeted audience of families with children –– including those with visual, hearing and/or intellectual disabilities –– through audio and video stories penned by renowned Italian authors. In this paper, we will focus on the UNESCO archaeological site of Aquileia in north-eastern Italy to show how the use of a Talking Map® can enable access to and ease the understanding of historical and archaeological contents
Proceedings Third Swiss Conference on Barrier-Free Communication
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