Moreover, an oral archive where such innovative tasks like oral elicitation and searching in the narratives are performed should allow the exchange and increment of community knowledge. People who search within the archives become, from the point of view of the Dcog approach, an additional representation of the collected information and, at the same time, a further and enriched knowledge representation due to the additional value individual experience might give.
In the prototype there are six different environments reciprocally interwoven: the photobook; the archives; the museum; the stories; the area; the messages.
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