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    Ways of Access to Virtual Cultural Heritage

    Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2014)

    London, UK, 8 - 10 July 2014


    Elena Gaevskaya and Tatyana Laska


    The article is devoted to features of access to digital cultural heritage objects. Access to digital heritage is a interdisciplinary issue. The authors focus on the facets of fine art and pedagogy. This approach stems from the fact that the learning content affects to the teaching methods and the resource design. The authors are presenting results of research in frame of the Project is dedicated to complex of issues related to reconstruction of the outstanding monuments of ancient art - the Church of the Savior on Nereditsa and Savior on Llyin Street in Novgorod. Materials Project Virtual World of the Russion Museum is examined for comparative analysis.


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