Digital services and Internet

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HAC106 Digital services and Internet

Professor: Dimitris KOUKOPOULOS, Dimitris TSOLIS | Course outline [pdf file]

The course focuses on the study of the efficient use of internet technologies, as well as the study of appropriate methodologies for the design and evaluation of digital services, in contexts of cultural content with an emphasis on the history and archeology of cities. Particular emphasis is placed on the development of specific scenarios of digital services of cultural content in urban environments. Through the specific approach of the course, the student will come into contact with a new philosophy of efficient management and dissemination of cultural content of archaeological and historical interest and digital services through the World Wide Web and the Internet.


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