Browse by Subject "cultural heritage"
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(2009-01-20)The development of domain ontologies and the process of open/axial coding outlined by Strauss & Corbin's (1998) grounded theory methods bear important similarities that point towards opportunities for "cross-fertilization" ...
(iSchools, 2013-02)CHAOS (Cultural Heritage Archive Open System) is a digital platform for Danish radio broadcasts. Radio broadcasts are an important and vibrant part of our cultural heritage, but providing efficient and effective access ...
(2010-02-03)Large-scale aggregations of digital collections from libraries, archives and museums offer users unprecedented access to cultural heritage materials. But they also have failed to incorporate important contextual information ...
(Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship, 2015-03-07)The "Digital Collection Contexts: Intellectual and Organizational Functions at Scale" workshop was held March 4, 2014, at the iConference in Berlin, Germany. The aim was to unite a community of faculty, students, system ...
Finding a Sustainable Place for Archivists within the American Library Association: A Historical Survey (Society of American Archivists, 2009-08-11)The convergence trend compels many archivists, librarians and museum professionals to work together closely. Although some claim this trend is caused by digital technology, many of the issues influencing collaboration ...
(iSchools, 2013-02)A current trend is to make museum collections widely accessible by digitising cultural heritage collections for the Internet. The present case study aims to add to previous studies by exploring what characterises online ...
The history and future of local history infrastructure: Open access and Commodification of local history in the United States and the Anglosphere (Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China, Peking University, 2010-11-27)This paper argues that constructing an open access infrastructure for the global sharing of local history information requires understanding the historical periodization of local history infrastructures across time and space. ...
(Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997)We have seen an explosion of image database developments in the decade since work began on the first multi-user networked system. This paper explores the state of technology a decade ago, revisits one of the earliest ...
(2009-02-08)The Categories for the Description of Works of Art (CDWA) is a foundational framework for describing cultural heritage resources. This poster presents a model of the CDWA Lite core categories as an OWL ontology.
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(2009-02-09)The Categories for the Description of Works of Art (CDWA) is a foundational framework for describing cultural heritage resources. This poster presents a model of the CDWA Lite core categories as an OWL ontology.
A Preliminary Investigation into the Search Behaviour of Users in a Collection of Digitized Broadcast Audio (iSchools, 2014-03-01)An increasing number of large digitized audio-visual collections within digital humanities have recently been made available for users. Often access to digitized audio-visual collections is hampered by little and inconsistent ...
(2012-05-22)The Dublin Core 1:1 Principle asserts that "related but conceptually different entities, for example a painting and a digital image of the painting, are described by separate metadata records" (Woodley et al., 2005). While ...
(Community Informatics Research Laboratory, 2010-07)This Lab Note reflects one part of a year-long project called eBlackChampaign-Urbana. Our interest here is to provide better access to the dispersed documentation of local African-American history and culture in ChampaignUrbana, ...