CURRENT ISSUES IN TOURISM CFP - Museums, Art Galleries and Digital Innovation Challenges

CALL FOR PAPERS
SPECIAL ISSUE
Museums, Art Galleries and Digital Innovation Challenges: Emerging Issues and Amazing Alchemies
 
 
Guest Editors:
Prof. Silvia Fissi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), University of Florence, Italy
Prof. Elena Gori (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), University of Florence, Italy
Prof. Rosa Lombardi (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Prof. Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), University of Granada, Spain
Prof. Alberto Romolini (a.romolini@uninettunouniversity.net), Uninettuno University of Rome, Italy
 

Important Dates:
Initial paper submission deadline: 31st Dec, 2020
Final revision deadline: 30th June, 2021
Projected publication date: Autumn 2021.
 
This special issue seeks a wide range of papers contributing to the creation of a background in the field of digital innovation in museums and art galleries. Thus, the contributions of the paper should be directed to academic and practitioners’ communities. Therefore, the Special Issue aims to look further into this issue though contributions that address the use of digital innovation in the museum, touching upon:
  • Museums, art galleries and social change: digital social innovation
  • The strategy for introduction and development of digital innovation
  • Heritage and digital community identity
  • New digital business models and art galleries and museums
  • The interaction between museums, art galleries and communities through digital platforms and instruments
  • The use of big data, blockchain and privacy protection in the digital museum and art institutions
  • The use of social media and digital technologies for communication and sharing experiences
  • New digital skills and the improvement of human resource digitalization
  • Museums, art galleries and smart tourism
  • New accounting tools for digital innovation: measuring value, level of digital innovation and impacts
  • Cross-institution digital collaboration
  • Digital events and performances in museums and art galleries
  • Resistance to digital innovations
 
Any question regarding this special issue should be addressed to the Guest Editors