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Living memory and the interpretation of heritage: Developing a multimedia interactive to record and store personal stories for use in heritage interpretation and research.

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Pocock, C and Stell, M and Frost, L and Crozier, JM (2010) Living memory and the interpretation of heritage: Developing a multimedia interactive to record and store personal stories for use in heritage interpretation and research. Technical Report. CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Queensland, Australia.

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Abstract

The voices and stories of local communities help tourists to better understand the places they visit. Oral histories, stories and community associations are also important aspects of heritage significance. These stories enliven the presentation of heritage sites and create connections between past and present. This project funded by the STCRC and Derwent Valley Council develops a Living Memory Interpretation Module to enhance visitor experiences at Heritage Tourism sites in Australia. The project develops a costeffective and manageable tool for communities to shape the presentation of their heritage. It also gives visitors access to community stories and allows them to record their own responses and experiences. The project includes a suite of guidelines for the replication and management of the module at heritage properties throughout Australia

Item Type: Report (Technical Report)
Publisher: CRC for Sustainable Tourism
Additional Information: Copyright © CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd 2010
Date Deposited: 24 May 2011 07:47
Last Modified: 18 Nov 2014 04:17
URI: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/id/eprint/10805
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