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The 7th International Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage (PATCH 2014) will be this year co-located with the Intelligent User Interfaces Conference. PATCH aims at building a research agenda for personalization in cultural heritage in order to make experiences a link in a chain of a lifelong cultural heritage experiences which builds on past experience, is linked to daily life and provides the foundation for future experiences.
The oral presentations were given on March 24, 2014 at the Dan Carmel Hotel, Haifa. The Twitter hashtag for this event is #PATCH2014.
A total of 10 papers have been selected by the international programme committee and can be downloaded below.
- Designing Interactive Transparent Exhibition Cases, by Juan David Hincapié-Ramos, Xiang Guo and Pourang Irani (not present in Haifa)
- Designing a Performative Sharing Framework for Heritage Site Regeneration, Liam Betsworth and Matt Jones
- Interaction Design and User Needs for TV Broadcasts Enriched with Linked Open Data, Lilia Pérez Romero, Lotte Baltussen, Pieter Van Leeuwen, Michiel Hildebrand and Lynda Hardman
- Designing Interactive Transparent Exhibition Cases, by Cormac Hampson, Ella Rabinovich, Sara Porat, Maya Koleva, Ivan Uzunov and Owen Conlan
- Up Close and Personal: Individual Digital Traces as Cultural Heritage and Discovery through Forensics Tools, Christopher Lee
- Web-based Just-In-Time Retrieval for Cultural Content, by Jörg Schlötterer, Christin Seifert and Michael Granitzer
- IndHist: Tangible Approach To Learn Indian History, by Himanshu Bansal, Varun Nagpal, Ranju Ravindran and Keyur Sorathia (remote presentation)
- Enhancing Digital Cultural Heritage Collections with Social Network Capabilities, by Maristella Agosti, Nicola Ferro, Sara Porat and Ella Rabinovich
- Enhancing the Local Value of Thematic Cultural Tourism, Sergiu Gordea and Bojan Bozic
- Crowd-Curating History: The Challenges of Capturing Cultural Heritage, by Andrew Elliott (not present in Haifa)
IUI is the annual meeting of the intelligent interfaces community and serves as the principal international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user interfaces. More information on the PATCH workshop series can be found here.