Prof Dr Maria Economou is Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage at the School of Humanities (Information Studies) and the Hunterian Museum at the University of Glasgow.
Economou, M. (2015): Heritage in the Digital Age. In: Logan, W.; Nic Craith, M.; Kockel, U. (Eds.): A Companion to Heritage Studies. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, P. 215-228.
Economou, M.; Pujol Tost, L. (2011): Evaluating the use of virtual reality and multimedia applications for presenting the past. In: Styliaras, G.; Koukopoulos, D.; Lazarinis, F. (Eds.): Handbook of Research on Technologies and Cultural Heritage: Applications and Environments. IGI Global, P. 223-239.
Economou, M.; Meintani, N. (2011): Promising beginning? Evaluating museum mobile phone apps. In: Ciolfi, L., Scott, K. & Barbieri, S. (Eds.): Rethinking Technology in Museums 2011. Emerging experiences. Limerick, Ireland, University of Limerick, 26-27 May 2011, P. 87-101.
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