From e-Heritage systems to Interpretive Archaeology Systems (IAS): A Research Framework for Evaluating Cultural Heritage Communication in the Digital Age
Monod, Emmanuel; Klein, Heinz (2005), From e-Heritage systems to Interpretive Archaeology Systems (IAS): A Research Framework for Evaluating Cultural Heritage Communication in the Digital Age, in Weinhardt, Christof; Bodendorf, Freimut; Becker, Jörg; Ein-Dor, Philip; Winter, Robert; Avison, David E.; Kallinikos, Jannis; Rajola, Federico; Bartmann, Dieter, Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Systems, Information Systems in a Rapidly Changing Economy, ECIS 2005, Regensburg, Germany, May 26-28, 2005, p. 1045-1054
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleECIS European Conference in Information Systems
Book titleProceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Systems, Information Systems in a Rapidly Changing Economy, ECIS 2005, Regensburg, Germany, May 26-28, 2005
Book authorWeinhardt, Christof; Bodendorf, Freimut; Becker, Jörg; Ein-Dor, Philip; Winter, Robert; Avison, David E.; Kallinikos, Jannis; Rajola, Federico; Bartmann, Dieter
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Abstract (EN)The principal purpose of this paper is to examine which research approaches are best suited for determining the requirements of the next generation of interactive interpretation support systems for cultural heritage site. We are optimistic that such systems if properly designed to exploit the potential of advanced information and communication technologies (ICTs), can not only meet, but even exceed visitor-user expectations. The research framework proposed to achieve this ideal integrates insights from both Interpretive Archaeology and interpretive IS research. We call the application of ICT’s in systems for communicating cultural heritage information “e-Heritage Systems or e-HS. We define “Interpretive Archaeology Systems”(IAS) as a subclass of e-HS, the design of which is informed by hermeneutics and phenomenology, Therefore, the principal purpose of the paper is to promote a shift from e-HS to IAS. To illustrate the fruitfulness of our preferred approach for IAS requirements identification, we derive a set of criteria from our research philosophy and apply them to the evaluation of an existing e-HS: the ARCHEOGUIDE in Olympia.
Subjects / KeywordsInformation systems; Cultural heritage; Phenomenology; Interpretive Information Systems Research; Interpretive Archaeology; Hermeneutics; Interpretive Archaeology Systems
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