Personalized Museum Experience: The Rijksmuseum Use Case
This paper describes ongoing work exploring aspects of personalized access to and presentation of virtual museum collections. The project demonstrator illustrates an interactive approach to collecting data about museum visitors in terms of their interests in and preferences about artefacts from the Rijksmuseum collection. This data is stored in user profiles used further to recommend routes through the museum and to guide the users towards artefacts related to their interests and preferences. The overall goal of the project is to explore different users' characteristics and personalize users' museum experiences within the Rijksmuseum virtual and physical collections.
|personalization, user modeling, personalized museum tour, Semantic Web|
|Information (theme 2), Software (theme 1)|
|Archives & Museum Informatics|
|J. Trant , D. Bearman|
|Cultural Heritage Information Personalization|
|International Conference for Culture and Heritage On-line-Museums and the Web|
|Organisation||Human-centered Data Analysis|
Aroyo, L, Brussee, R, Rutledge, L, Gorgels, P, Stash, N, & Wang, Y. (2007). Personalized Museum Experience: The Rijksmuseum Use Case. In J Trant & D Bearman (Eds.), Museums and the Web 2007. Archives & Museum Informatics.