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Virtual Museums may use 3 types of communication styles: Dramatization (where the "sender" deliveries a message/information by reconstructing and presenting events, novel stories, actions and items in a capturing and engaging way so as to involve the "receiver); Exposition (in which events, monuments, artifacts, artworks or beliefs are defined, described and interpreted by a "Sender" who aims at informing and making aware the "Receiver"; it also refers to the organized presentation of items displayed in the form of  Exhibitions); Narration (in which the "Sender" provides information about events, monuments, artifacts, artworks, customs or beliefs by arranging them in a sequence - e.g. chronological -, in order to create an account of a subject by the "Receiver's" side. It includes description and interpretation and it may also rely upon/encompass some form of schematic representation of facts and figures).

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Virtual Museums by Communication

European Union Seventh Framework is a Network of Excellence. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 2007/2013) under the Grant Agreement 270404.