di Enrica Salvatori, Maria Simi
in Memoria e Ricerca n.s. 34 (2010), p. 171
This article, based on experience from teaching and research unique - made by teachers of this course of Humanistic Informatics, University of Pisa and the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King’s College London – will present general considerations concerning the opportunities and problems that may make the use of mono or multi-user virtual environments as the teaching of history and related disciplines as in the projects of dissemination of cultural content. Describes some critical achievements of historic buildings in Second Life and using the software Unity and some possible methods for their use for educational-informational in relation to methodological and epistemological problems posed by the digitization of cultural heritage.