The “Tra Monti” project concerns a set of Municipalities in “Val di Vara” (La Spezia, IT). The goal is to collect archeological and architectural data about the area of study, as well as to build a sort of “oral memory” in order to promote the cultural heritage of the area and for scientific purposes. The director of the project is the University of Pisa which has promoted a collaboration between historical, archeological and IT experts. A devasting flood just during the activity, which destroyed cultural goods documented some days before, stressed the goal of the project. We designed and build a web site to manage and publish the information we collected. The web site uses only OS and Free SW components; some web 2.0 functions are available and an important GIS part is present. The spirit of the project is sympathetic to the actual technological context, whose opportunities suggest to consider the territory as a mix of “objects” and “people”. Both experts in the universities and local people on the territory can give a contribution in enriching the DataBase with new data and a knowledge contribution with their different particular skills.

Web-gis storico-archeologico della Val di Vara

SALVATORI, ENRICA;
2012

Abstract

The “Tra Monti” project concerns a set of Municipalities in “Val di Vara” (La Spezia, IT). The goal is to collect archeological and architectural data about the area of study, as well as to build a sort of “oral memory” in order to promote the cultural heritage of the area and for scientific purposes. The director of the project is the University of Pisa which has promoted a collaboration between historical, archeological and IT experts. A devasting flood just during the activity, which destroyed cultural goods documented some days before, stressed the goal of the project. We designed and build a web site to manage and publish the information we collected. The web site uses only OS and Free SW components; some web 2.0 functions are available and an important GIS part is present. The spirit of the project is sympathetic to the actual technological context, whose opportunities suggest to consider the territory as a mix of “objects” and “people”. Both experts in the universities and local people on the territory can give a contribution in enriching the DataBase with new data and a knowledge contribution with their different particular skills.
Salvatori, Enrica; Baldassarri, M.; Mogorovich, P.
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