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Web 2.0: Analysis and Perspectives of a Digital Communication Method for Museum Web

In a society where technology experts talk already about of Web 3.0, the characteristics of Web 2.0 seem less interesting.
Nowadays the analysis of technology applications and the possibility of communicate cultural heritage contents could be much stronger.
With this document I will show with various examples, how the Web 2.0 is diffused and renew in the American museum webs. Through the analysis of these examples it would be possible to see how the use of this technology are changing the usability of contents and how the role of users has put on different characteristics, prerogatives and interactions.
The United States is an important example to follow for the implementation of this technology also in Italy.
Between 2000 and 2007, the use of Internet, the presence of PC, of broadband, hours of surfing in the net is increased and this phenomenon has had a great impact on the web and in the general technology.
Users are so prepared and ready to face new challenges and live new realities as the data will confirmed.
This entire panorama gives us the opportunity to reflect on the impact of Web 2.0 use in Italy. Suggestions could be different to show that also Italy, thanks to its great cultural patrimony, could have an important role in the world of Web 2.0 applied at cultural heritage.
For all these reasons, the analysis will show all the steps described above and some applications in a specific reality that is the Museo di Capodimonte in Naples through two types of suggestions which have a common target to show how technology could give the opportunity to Italy to go in a circuit of renew and innovation which America has involved and now it is involving all the rest of the world. In this case it is not important to win but to participate.

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3 Abstract In a society where technology experts talk already about of Web 3.0, the characteristics of Web 2.0 seem less interesting. Nowadays the analysis of technology applications and the possibility of communicate cultural heritage contents could be much stronger. With this document I will show with various examples, how the Web 2.0 is diffused and renew in the American museum webs. Through the analysis of these examples it would be possible to see how the use of this technology are changing the usability of contents and how the role of users has put on different characteristics, prerogatives and interactions. The United States is an important example to follow for the implementation of this technology also in Italy. Between 2000 and 2007, the use of Internet, the presence of PC, of broadband, hours of surfing in the net is increased and this phenomenon has had a great impact on the web and in the general technology. Users are so prepared and ready to face new challenges and live new realities as the data will confirmed. This entire panorama gives us the opportunity to reflect on the impact of Web 2.0 use in Italy. Suggestions could be different to show that also Italy, thanks to its great cultural patrimony, could have an important role in the world of Web 2.0 applied at cultural heritage. For all these reasons, the analysis will show all the steps described above and some applications in a specific reality that is the Museo di Capodimonte in Naples through two types of suggestions which have a common target to show how technology could give the opportunity to Italy to go in a circuit of renew and innovation which America has involved and now it is involving all the rest of the world. In this case it is not important to win but to participate.

Laurea liv.II (specialistica)

Facoltà: Scienze della Comunicazione

Autore: Olga Lo Presti Contatta »

Composta da 90 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 247 click dal 31/07/2009.

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