In the digital world of the knowledge society, developing the infrastructures required to provide citizens with access to cultural content and tourism services demands a multi-fold analysis of social, business, and technological factors. Digital Culture and E-Tourism: Technologies, Applications and Management Approaches presents integrated approaches to culture and tourism, emphasizing content, context and multiple dynamic views of interactions. Covering applications of such technologies as broadband networks, Web 2.0, open source software and semantic knowledge portals, this text is a valuable resource for students, researchers and contributors to the cultivation of a regional and global vision for the management of cultural content and tourism.
1. Social network sites (SNS) and digital culture / Ana Laws -- 2. Museum or mausoleum? / Maureen Thomas, Marianne Selsjord, Robert Zimmer -- 3. Service design / Satu Miettinen -- 4. Geospatio-temporal semantic Web for cultural heritage / Tomi Kauppinen ... [et al.] -- 5. A study on development strategies of tourism cultural and creative industry / Xiaoquan Niu -- 6. The Web of data and the tourism industry / Diego Berrueta ... [et al.] -- 7. Internet in marketing strategy in Greek tourism industry / Irene Samanta -- 8. Supporting and promoting tourism network systems through ICT applications / Marco De Maggio, Valentina Ndou, Laura Schina -- 9. New approaches for managing tourism complexity / Valentina Ndou -- 10. Creating digital heritage content / Judith van der Elst, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Jorge Garcia -- 11. The role of architecture on tourism industry / Murat ??etin -- 12. Advanced technologies and tourism behaviour / Eleonora Pantano, Rocco Servidio -- 13. A study on tourist management in china based on Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology / Aliana Leong, Dr. Li -- 14. Virtual tourism / Jingyuan Zhao, Patricia Ord????ez de Pablos, Robert Tenysson.
Number Of Pages: 350
Published: 30th November 2010