Handbook of Research on Cultural Heritage and Its Impact on Territory Innovation and Development

Handbook of Research on Cultural Heritage and Its Impact on Territory Innovation and Development

Lídia Oliveira (University of Aveiro, Portugal), Ana Carla Amaro (University of Aveiro, Portugal) and Ana Melro (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Release Date: November, 2020|Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 447
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6701-2
ISBN13: 9781799867012|ISBN10: 1799867013|EISBN13: 9781799867036|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781799867029
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Description & Coverage
Description:

Cultural heritage is perceived as the glue that keeps individuals together and makes them feel a part of something larger. It is the past that allows individuals to understand their present and move towards the future. In networked society, it is impossible to think about cultural heritage and its preservation and maintenance without including the digital processes and ICT systems, as well as its impact on territorial innovation.

The Handbook of Research on Cultural Heritage and Its Impact on Territory Innovation and Development is a critical and comprehensive reference book that analyzes how preservation and sustainability of cultural heritage occurs in countries, as well as how it contributes to territorial innovation. Moreover, the book examines how technological tools contribute to its preservation and sustainability, as well as its dissemination. Highlighting topics that include public policies, spatial development, and architectural heritage, this book is ideal for cultural heritage professionals, government officials, policymakers, academicians, researchers, and students.

Coverage:

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Architectural Heritage
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Green Innovation
  • Internet of Things
  • Public Policies
  • Social Innovation
  • Social Networks
  • Spatial Development
  • Sustainability
  • Territorial Development
  • Territorial Innovation
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Lídia Oliveira (full name: Lídia de Jesus Oliveira Loureiro da Silva) (lidia@ua.pt | phone: +351 92 91 90 764 | Skype: lidiaoliveira2) has a degree in Philosophy from the University of Coimbra (1990), a Master's degree in Educational Technology from the University of Aveiro, in partnership with the University of Valenciennes (France) and Mons (Belgium) (1995), and a PhD in Sciences and Technologies of Communication from the University of Aveiro (2002). She did her post-doctorate (2009-2010) at CES - Centre for Social Studies - Associate Laboratory of the University of Coimbra. In 2010 she did her Aggregation Examination at the University of Aveiro, in the scientific area of Sciences and Technologies of Communication. She is been a professor and researcher in the Department of Communication and Art (http://www.ua.pt) at the University of Aveiro since 1995 until the present (since 2014 she is Associate Professor with Habilitation). She investigates the implications of information technology and network communication on cognitive and social routines, of the individuals, groups and organizations. Her main scientific interest is in cyberculture studies and social network analysis. Her areas of interest are: Social Network Analysis, Cyberculture Studies, Sociology of Communication, Science and Technologies of Communication, ICT and Education, Multimedia, Information Systems, Digital Libraries, Science Communication, Communication in the Scientific Community (theoretical and empirical studies). She has published both nationally and internationally in peer review journals, book chapters and, conferences proceedings. She teaches on the undergraduate Course of New Communication Technologies; on the Master in Multimedia Communication (interactive multimedia and audio-visual digital branch); on the Master in Reading Promotion and School Libraries; on the Doctoral Program in Multimedia and Education (Consortium between the Department of Education and the Department of Communication and Art, University of Aveiro) and on the Doctoral Program in Information and Communication in Digital Platforms (Consortium between the Department of Communication and Art at the University of Aveiro and the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto). Information on-line: CV DeGois Key DeGóis: 3915920968130714 http://www.degois.pt/visualizador/curriculum.jsp?key=3915920968130714 Google Académico http://scholar.google.com.br/citations?hl=pt-PT&user=LHoxd0QAAAAJ ResearchGate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lidia_Oliveira_Silva/ Academia.edu https://aveiro.academia.edu/LídiaOliveiraSilva Scopus Scopus Author ID 54581462800 http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=54581462800 ORCID - Connecting Research and Researchers ID 0000-0002-3278-0326 http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3278-0326 ResearcherID – B5678-2011
Ana Melro has a Ph.D. in Information and Communication in Digital Platforms, from University of Aveiro and Faculty of Arts, University of Porto (2013). In 2007 finished her master degree in Sociology of Childhood, at University of Minho. And also has one degree in Management (2010), from University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro and other in Sociology (2004), from University of Minho. Ana Melro is currently a post-doctoral fellowship at DigiMedia (Cic.Digital), University of Aveiro.
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