Here are some of the sources of the information posted on this website. We are very appreciative of these resources and want to provide appropriate acknowledgements and credit to the appropriate individuals and organizations.
1. Self-Driving Church Tour. Lamont County, Alberta. When we discovered and downloaded this 2001 document, it was the inspiration for the development of the Little Churches on the Prairies website. We used their Tour Guide to select the churches we wanted to photograph / video. We also incorporated their history information on the selected churches on our site.
2. Canadian Orthodox History Project. This is a great resource. We have used it mainly to supplement historical information on some of the parishes on our website. Where we already had some historical information, we added links to the relevant pages on the Orthodox History Project website.
3. Find a Grave. This website is a huge database of cemeteries and grave records from around the world. For each of the churches on our Little Churches on the Prairies website, we have added a Find a Grave link to their cemetery. We have also contributed some of our drone photographs to the various cemeteries listed on our website.
4. Virtual Tours for Museums and Historic Sites – A Literature Review. The purpose of this literature review is to help us and others create effective and engaging on-line virtual tours.
5. Here are some articles that we found with useful information and suggestions regarding technology and museums.
- Why do people visit art museums?
- Digital Ideas for museums in a post-pandemic world
- Virtual Tours: High interaction cost, moderate usefulness
- Evaluation of virtual tour in an online museum