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Innovation in museums through the use of ICTs

  title={Innovation in museums through the use of ICTs},
  author={Camila Costa Barbosa},
In the last decades, museums have transformed their role from restricted high-class mausoleums to popular attractions along with other leisure activities for both local and touristic routes. Hence, they have to relate with the socio-economic environment in similar ways as for-profit organizations, concerning the sustainability of their operations, and to innovate to achieve excellence in their mission of serving the society with socio-cultural and educational purposes. While museums have many… Expand

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