The Role of E-Learning in Arts and Cultural Heritage Education

Marion Gruber

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    Abstract

    Arts and cultural heritage education (ACHE) holds great potential for encouraging greater participation, innovation, and creativity in learning. This article analyse how ACHE approach the challenges of the rising information society and utilize the possibilities of information and communication technologies. It outlines the domains of ACHE and e-learning from a theoretical perspective. With this knowledge it investigates the current use of digital media in education, in the exhibition room and on the Internet. Furthermore this article analyses today’s ACHE and the role of e-learning in the educational activities from cultural institutions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 16 Nov 2009

    Keywords

    • e-learning
    • arts and cultural heritage education
    • museums, galleries, and archives
    • mobile learning
    • ICT
    • TEL

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