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Item Acesso RestritoDigital Adaptation of the Portuguese Museums Educational Service in a Pandemic Context: Case Study(Springer, 2022) Silva, Fátima Matos; Borges, Isabel; Costa, Eusébio; Pinto, Agostinho de Sousa; Abreu, AntónioThe promotion and dissemination of cultural heritage, exhibited in Portuguese national museums, are of great importance, mainly in its educational aspect, but also as a foundation for the perpetuation of memory, both for the population in general and, above all, for children, adolescents and young adults. In this article, the main objective is to investigate the digital adaptation, resulting from the technological innovation implemented in six Portuguese national museums, namely in their educational services, as a way to overcome the problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic, problems that were aggravated during periods of lockdown and closure of these museums. We also intend to analyse the problem of accessibility to digital information and to understand how the institutional web contents of these educational services of the museums under study, which depend on the Direção Geral do Património Cultural (Directorate General for Cultural Heritage), comply with the accessibility requirements contained in Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), as set out in Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and the European Standard EN 17161:2019. The final analysis revealed several weaknesses that affect the interest and motivations of users, given the wide range of museum product offerings. Item Acesso RestritoInfoaccessibility on the Websites of inbound markets of Portugal destination(Springer, 2020) Borges, Isabel; Silva, Fátima Matos; Costa, Eusébio; Pinto, Agostinho Sousa; Abreu, AntónioIn this article we discuss the problem of infoaccessibility and its importance in the promotion of tourist destinations. In the era of globalization and a perspective of constant competitiveness among the territories, a new paradigm arises in the way the tourist offer is available to any type of user, regardless their limitations. The relevance of information and its communication, crucial in the manage-ment of destination’s brand, and the way in which different websites reconfigure and adapt to the European guidelines is one of our main approaches. In this context, the main objective of this article focused on the analysis, espe-cially quantitative, of institutional websites of the main Portuguese inbound mar-kets, in order to understand the degree of compliance with the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). However, we support the analysis in the perspective of the tourist user. Item Acesso AbertoThe wine and cultural regions of Vinhos Verdes and Douro: analysis of the website’s usability and accessibility(Cyprus University of Technology, 2022-12) Silva, Fátima Matos; Borges, Isabel; Costa, Eusébio; Pinto, Agostinho Sousa; Abreu, AntónioViticulture is historically linked to Portugal, being an integral activity of its culture and heritage, promoting the several demarcated regions. This article discusses this issue, aiming to contribute to a better perception of the levels of accessibility provided by websites related to two important wine regions. In this context, we analysed the websites of the demarcated regions of Vinhos Verdes (Sub-regions of Melgaço and Monção, Lima and Amarante) and Douro (Baixo and Cima Corgo), in the specific case of the websites of the municipalities of these regions, as well as the Portal of Vinhos Verdes and the Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro e Porto. To achieve our goal, we have verified compliance with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Con-tent Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG). As we analyse it from the point of view of the wine tourist and considering the poor results obtained, we en-courage constructive suggestions, highlighting some examples of good prac-tices, using the five senses, to improve the personal experiences of users of this type of cultural heritage. Item Acesso RestritoUsability and accessibility of institutional websites in demarcated wine regions: The cases of Vinhos Verdes and Douro(Springer Nature, 2020) Costa, Eusébio; Silva, Fátima Matos; Borges, Isabel; Pinto, Agostinho Sousa; Abreu, AntónioIn this article we discuss the problem of usability and virtual accessibility and its importance in the municipalities websites in the Vinhos Verdes and Douro demarcated regions. In this context, the main objective of this article is focused on the analysis, especially quantitative, of the websites from two major demarcated regions: Vinhos Verdes (Sub-regions of Melgaço and Monção, Lima and Amarante) and Douro (Baixo and Cima Corgo) and the specific case of the municipalities websites, the Portal of the Vinho Verde and the Instituto dos Vinhos do Douro and Porto, in order to understand the degree of compliance with the requirements of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). However, we support the analysis in the perspective of the wine tourist user. Item Acesso RestritoVirtual accessibility on digital business websites and tourist distribution(Springer, 2020) Pinto, Agostinho Sousa; Costa, Eusébio; Borges, Isabel; Silva, Fátima Matos; Abreu, AntónioGlobalization has affected the tourism industry as well as tourism products. The Internet has fundamentally reshaped the way tourism-related information is made available and how people plan and consume tourism products. Accessibility to all information must be guaranteed to users in general but also to users with special needs. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 covers a wide range of recommendations for making web content more accessible. Whereas the realization, or otherwise, of a particular business depends heavily on a set of sen-sations that are experienced at the time of acquisition between the potential cus-tomer and the websites, and this relationship may be positively or negatively af-fected by previous experiences, economic viability may be constrained by such accessibility. Analysis of various websites of travel agents, such as travel agen-cies, airlines and hotels, revealed several weaknesses that may affect the relation-ship with a potential customer.