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Technology-Powered Strategies to Rethink the Pedagogy of History and Cultural Heritage through Symmetries and Narratives
Lopez-Nores, Martin [University of Vigo]
Gustavo Bravo-Quezada, Omar [Universidad Politécnica Salesiana]
Bassani, Maddalena [Università degli Studi di Padova]
Antoniou, Angeliki [University of the Peloponnese]
Lykourentzou, Ioanna [Utrecht University]
Jones, Catherine mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (IPSE) >]
Kontiza, Kalliopi [The National Gallery, London]
González-Soutelo, Silvia [University of Vigo]
Reboreda-Morillo, Susana [University of Vigo]
Naudet, Yannick [Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology - LIST]
Vlachidis, Andreas [University College London - UCL]
Bikakis, Antonis [University College London - UCL]
Pazos-Arias, José Juan [Universidad Autónoma de Madrid]
[en] digital humanities ; semantic web ; deep learning ; historical and cultural symmetries ; reflection ; curiosity
[en] Recent advances in semantic web and deep learning technologies enable new means for
the computational analysis of vast amounts of information from the field of digital humanities.
We discuss how some of the techniques can be used to identify historical and cultural symmetries
between different characters, locations, events or venues, and how these can be harnessed to develop
new strategies to promote intercultural and cross-border aspects that support the teaching and
learning of history and heritage. The strategies have been put to the test in the context of the
European project CrossCult, revealing enormous potential to encourage curiosity to discover new
information and increase retention of learned information
European Commission - EC
Researchers ; Students
H2020 ; 693150 - CROSSCULT - CrossCult: Empowering reuse of digital cultural heritage in context-aware crosscuts of European history

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