Campiello is a system supporting the exchange of information among communities living in art cities, with the goal of turning local inhabitants and tourists into active participants in the creation of knowledge. In order to provide accessibility to all the members of the communities, Campiello adopts multiple interfaces. The paper presents the experience with the use of Campiello in Venice with focus on how its interfaces support access to the underlying community knowledge.

Agostini, A., DE MICHELIS, G., & Divitini, M. (2001). Ubiquitous Access to Community Knowledge via Multiple Interfaces: Design and Experiences. In Universal Access in HCI: Towards an Information Society for All (pp.217-221). Constantine Stephanidis.

Ubiquitous Access to Community Knowledge via Multiple Interfaces: Design and Experiences

AGOSTINI, ALESSANDRA;DE MICHELIS, GIORGIO;
2001-08

Abstract

Campiello is a system supporting the exchange of information among communities living in art cities, with the goal of turning local inhabitants and tourists into active participants in the creation of knowledge. In order to provide accessibility to all the members of the communities, Campiello adopts multiple interfaces. The paper presents the experience with the use of Campiello in Venice with focus on how its interfaces support access to the underlying community knowledge.
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ubiquitous access, community knowledge, local communities, tourism, innovative interfaces, multiple interfaces
English
Universal Access in HCI: Towards an Information Society for All
0-8058-3609-8
Agostini, A., DE MICHELIS, G., & Divitini, M. (2001). Ubiquitous Access to Community Knowledge via Multiple Interfaces: Design and Experiences. In Universal Access in HCI: Towards an Information Society for All (pp.217-221). Constantine Stephanidis.
Agostini, A; DE MICHELIS, G; Divitini, M
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