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Cultural Byways on the Information Highway: Contextualizing Spaces and Places with History and Folklore

Authors: Kristin G. Congdon (University of Central Florida) , Steve Teicher (University of Central Florida) , Adrienne M. Engell (University of Central Florida)

  • Cultural Byways on the Information Highway: Contextualizing Spaces and Places with History and Folklore

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    Cultural Byways on the Information Highway: Contextualizing Spaces and Places with History and Folklore

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This article is a report on a project in which a group of faculty and students at the University of Central Florida placed high resolution audio-visual equipment on the downtown bus system in Orlando to be used as virtual museum sites exploring the potentially lost heritage of Orlando. This project exemplifies the potential convergence of new technologies and content for teaching, playing, and living, changing a bus ride into an education activity.

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Congdon, K. G. & Teicher, S. & Engell, A. M., (2003) “Cultural Byways on the Information Highway: Contextualizing Spaces and Places with History and Folklore”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education 21(1), p.27-35. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.4998

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01 Sep 2003
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