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  • Publication . Conference object . 2015
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Davidović, Davor; Cetinić, Eva; Skala, Karolj;
    Country: Croatia
    Project: EC | EGI-Engage (654142)

    DARIAH, the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities, is a large user community that gathers scientists across Europe from the research field of the Arts and Humanities (A). The aim of DARIAH is to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the Arts and Humanities in Europe. The objective of DARIAH is to develop, maintain and operate a research infrastructure for ICT-based research practices. The DARIAH infrastructure aims to become a fully connected and effective network of tools, information, people and methodologies for investigating, exploring and supporting research across the broad spectrum of the Digital Humanities. To achieve this goal, a significant amount of effort has to be devoted to the improvement of the current infrastructure. A part of this effort is the EGI-DARIAH Competence Centre (EGI-DARIAH CC), established within the EGI-Engage Horizon2020 project. The EGI-DARIAH CC aims at bridging the gap between the DARIAH user community and the European e-Infrastructure, mainly those provided by the EGI community. To achieve this goal, EGI-DARIAH CC focuses on strengthening the collaboration between the DARIAH user community and EGI by deploying A applications in the EGI Federated cloud and increasing the number of e-Science services and applications, as well as raising awareness of A researchers about the advantages and benefits of e-Infrastructure by providing end-user support and organizing training events. Considering that the DARIAH community, as well as the general A research public, is very specific in their requirements and needs on e-Infrastructure, one of the first actions of the EGI DARIAH CC was to collect all relevant information about the DARIAH research requirements. The collection of the required information was conducted via a comprehensive web-based survey. The aim of this survey was to collect feedback from DARIAH end-users, application/service providers and developers on their knowledge and background on e-Infrastructure (e.g. computational and storage resources, user-support services, authentication policies, etc.), on how research data (information) are shared and accessed, about AAI requirements, what services and application researchers are using in their research and what are their characteristics, etc. Based on the inputs, a set of specific A services and application will be developed, such as gUSE/WS-Pgrade workflow oriented gateway, gLibrary framework for distributed information repositories and information retrieval service based on CDSTAR. Concurrently with the application development, a significant working effort is put in the education of DARIAH researchers since many of them have minor or no technical knowledge required to efficiently use various e-Infrastructure resources or new application/services that will be developed during this project. Therefore, a set of training events will be organized to demonstrate the specific applications and services developed within EGI-DARIAH CC, as well as give a general introduction on how to utilize various EGI resources, applications and services.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    R. Petrušić; B. Šalamon-Cindori;
    Publisher: Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers
    Country: Croatia

    U povodu pridruživanja Hrvatske Europskoj uniji Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica u Zagrebu odabrana je kao knjižnica mjeseca u zajednici Europske knjižnice, koja obuhvaća 48 nacionalnih i brojne europske znanstvene knjižnice. Europska knjižnica (The European Library) besplatna je online usluga utemeljena 2005. godine, kada joj se među prvim knjižnicama pridružila i Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica u Zagrebu, radi objedinjavanja zbirki i kataloga europskih nacionalnih i znanstvenih knjižnica, odnosno stvaranja skupnoga kataloga europske kulturne baštine, kao i pronalaženja i dohvaćanja više od 200 milijuna izvora te pružanja pristupa digitaliziranoj građi iz fondova knjižnica zemalja članica.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Aleksandar Kuzmanić;
    Publisher: Croatian State Archives
    Country: Croatia

    11. sastanak Međunarodnoga centra za arhivska istraživanja, APEx-Building Infrastructures for Archives in a Digital World, 25-28. lipnja 2013.12. sastanak, Madrid, Španjolska, 25-26. studenog 2013.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Lucija Konfic;
    Publisher: Croatian Musicological Society & Croatian Academy of Science and Arts, Department for History of Croatian Music & Zagreb University, Academy of Music
    Country: Croatia

    The field of digital humanities, a convergence of humanities and computer sciences, has recently become a growing focus of interest. The aim of this paper is to present basic concepts of digital humanities as they relate to music and musicology, as well as the term digital musicology, in order to encourage in Croatia a greater use of the new possibilities of research provided by this field. Based on A Companion to Digital Humanities (chapter Music by I. Fujinaga and S. Forscher Weiss), this overview includes the following subjects: notation software and optical music recognition (OMR); MIDI and MP3 as technical standards; databases; computer applications for music scholars; and music information retrieval (MIR) systems. For each subject, some basic sources and materials are offered and some (more or less) current activities and projects are presented, with special consideration of Croatian perspectives. Cilj je ovoga članka predstaviti osnovne pojmove digitalne humanistike u vezi s glazbom i muzikologijom, kao i pojam digitalne muzikologije, kako bi se potaknulo korištenje novih istraživačkih mogućnosti koje ovo područje nudi. U pregled su uključena sljedeća područja: programi za pisanje nota, uključujući optičko prepoznavanje glazbenih zapisa; tehnički standardi MIDI i MP3; baze podataka; računalne aplikacije za istraživanje glazbe; te sustavi za pristupanje podacima o glazbi. Za svako područje ponuđeni su osnovni izvori i materijali te su predstavljene neke od aktualnih aktivnosti i projekata.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Publisher: Ruđer Bošković Institute
    Country: Croatia
  • Publication . Other literature type . 2014
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Mirjana Jurić;
    Publisher: Croatian State Archives
    Country: Croatia
  • Open Access Croatian
    Publisher: Institut Ruđer Bošković
    Country: Croatia
  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Marija Marošević;
    Publisher: Croatian State Archives
    Country: Croatia
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2018
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Vodopijevec, Alen; Kranjec, Irena;
    Publisher: Školska knjiga
    Country: Croatia

    Iako se čini da je ideja otvorenoga pristupa istraživačkim podatcima opće prihvaćena, postoji i niz prepreka i izazova u njezinu ostvarivanju, koji je mogu prevladati bliskom suradnjom svih sudionika u znanstvenom procesu, pomnim planiranjem i financiranjem, te edukacijom o rukovanju istraživačkim podatcima i trajnom čuvanju za daljnje korištenje. Uz prikaz raznolikosti istraživačkih podataka i tehničkih pretpostavki za njihovu dugotrajnu pohranu i čuvanje te slobodno korištenje, objašnjava se i uloga svih sudionika u znanstvenom procesu i njihovoj suradnji kao nužnom preduvjetu za slobodan pristup istraživačkim podatcima. Također se navode inicijative i projekti u Hrvatskoj čija je svrha uspostavljanje repozitorija istraživačkih podataka. Research data are the basis of scholarly knowledge. They are being collected, observed or created for the purpose of analysis in order to produce new research results, new information and knowledge. They fully depend on the context and interpretation. Enabling open access (OA) to research data is one of the key elements of the open science initiative. Data management practices vary considerably across research disciplines regardless of the data type. In addition, practices and norms on data collecting, describing, archiving and disseminating can sometimes differ even within the same research discipline. Funding agencies have started to recognize the benefits of efficient data management. Accordingly, more and more funders require a Data Management Plan when submitting proposals. Besides these efforts, the infrastructure for technical and organizational support of data management, as another important precondition in achieving OA to research data, has also been developed. The paper presents the current state of the policies, infrastructures and standards for open research data.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2017
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Janja Kovač; Ljiljana Gavrilović; Meglena Zlatkova; Valentina Gulin Zrnić; Iva Grubiša; Luka Šešo; Sara Mikelić; Ana-Marija Vukušić; Katja Sirotić; Matea Korda; +5 more
    Publisher: Croatian Ethnological Society and Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
    Country: Croatia

    Digitalna humanistika i digitalizacija etnografske baštine. Godišnji znanstveno-stručni skup Hrvatskog etnološkog društva i 8. znanstveni seminar u čast Branimiru Brataniću, Etnografski muzej Zagreb, 1. lipnja 2017. godine (Janja Kovač); Stranputice humanistike, Petar Bagarić, Ozren Biti i Tea Škokić, ur., Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb, 2017., 215 str. (Ljiljana Gavrilović); Sensitive Objects. Affect and Material Culture, Jonas Frykman and Maja Povrzanović Frykman, eds., Nordic Academic Press, Lund, 2016, 285 pp. (Meglena Zlatkova); Emanuela Guano, Creative Urbanity. An Italian Middle Class in the Shade of Revitalization, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2017., 242 str. (Valentina Gulin Zrnić); Mjesto izvedbe i stvaranje grada, Valentina Gulin Zrnić, Nevena Škrbić Alempijević i Josip Zanki, ur. Hrvatsko društvo likovnih umjetnika, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb, 2016., 203 str. (Iva Grubiša); Novi Travnik: između utopije i nostalgije, Mario Katić i Velimir Bugarin, ur., Sveučilište u Zadru, Udruga "Baština" Novi Travnik, HKD "Napredak" Sarajevo, Zadar, 2016., 172 str. (Luka Šešo); Mune i Žejane Maksu Pelozi. Zbornik radova sa znanstvenoga skupa Mune Maksu Pelozi, Vele Mune, 24. listopada 2015., Robert Doričić, Helena Doričić, Igor Eterović, Ivana Eterović i Nevena Škrbić Alempijević, ur. Udruga "Žejane", Žejane, 2016., 281 str. (Sara Mikelić); Osama(e). Život naselja do tri stanovnika u Istri. / L'ermo(i). La vita nei villagi con fino a tre abitanti in Istria, autorica izložbe i kataloga Ivona Orlić, Etnografski muzej Istre / Museo Etnografico dell'Istria, 25. 12. 2016. – 5. 4. 2017. (Ana-Marija Vukušić); Sandi Blagonić, Istrijani protiv Istrana. Diskurzivna konstrukcija identiteta i simbolička natjecanja, Naklada Jesenski i Turk, Zagreb, 2016., 183 str. (Katja Sirotić); Reana Senjković, Svaki dan pobjeda. Kultura omladinskih radnih akcija, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Srednja Europa, Zagreb, 2016., 350 str. (Matea Korda); Duško Petrović, Izbjeglištvo u suvremenom svijetu. Od političkoteorijskih utemeljenja do biopolitičkih ishoda, Naklada Ljevak, Zagreb, 2016., 440 str. (Tomislav Pletenac); Tijana Trako Poljak, Hrvatski simbolički identitet. Značenja nacionalnih simbola iz perspektive hrvatskih građana, Tim press, Zagreb, 2016., 313 str. (Marijeta Rajković Iveta); Milana Černelić, Bunjevci. Ishodišta, sudbine, identiteti, Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za etnologiju i kulturnu antropologiju, FF-press, Zavod za kulturu vojvođanskih Hrvata, Zagreb, Subotica, 2016., 264 str. (Petra Kelemen); Balázs Borsos, The Regional Structure of Hungarian Folk Culture, Waxmann, Münster, New York, 2017., 436 str. (Jelka Vince Pallua); Christine A. Jones, Mother Goose Refigured. A Critical Translation of Charles Perrault’s Fairy Tales, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, 2016., 216 str. (Nada Kujundžić)

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  • Publication . Conference object . 2015
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Davidović, Davor; Cetinić, Eva; Skala, Karolj;
    Country: Croatia
    Project: EC | EGI-Engage (654142)

    DARIAH, the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities, is a large user community that gathers scientists across Europe from the research field of the Arts and Humanities (A). The aim of DARIAH is to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the Arts and Humanities in Europe. The objective of DARIAH is to develop, maintain and operate a research infrastructure for ICT-based research practices. The DARIAH infrastructure aims to become a fully connected and effective network of tools, information, people and methodologies for investigating, exploring and supporting research across the broad spectrum of the Digital Humanities. To achieve this goal, a significant amount of effort has to be devoted to the improvement of the current infrastructure. A part of this effort is the EGI-DARIAH Competence Centre (EGI-DARIAH CC), established within the EGI-Engage Horizon2020 project. The EGI-DARIAH CC aims at bridging the gap between the DARIAH user community and the European e-Infrastructure, mainly those provided by the EGI community. To achieve this goal, EGI-DARIAH CC focuses on strengthening the collaboration between the DARIAH user community and EGI by deploying A applications in the EGI Federated cloud and increasing the number of e-Science services and applications, as well as raising awareness of A researchers about the advantages and benefits of e-Infrastructure by providing end-user support and organizing training events. Considering that the DARIAH community, as well as the general A research public, is very specific in their requirements and needs on e-Infrastructure, one of the first actions of the EGI DARIAH CC was to collect all relevant information about the DARIAH research requirements. The collection of the required information was conducted via a comprehensive web-based survey. The aim of this survey was to collect feedback from DARIAH end-users, application/service providers and developers on their knowledge and background on e-Infrastructure (e.g. computational and storage resources, user-support services, authentication policies, etc.), on how research data (information) are shared and accessed, about AAI requirements, what services and application researchers are using in their research and what are their characteristics, etc. Based on the inputs, a set of specific A services and application will be developed, such as gUSE/WS-Pgrade workflow oriented gateway, gLibrary framework for distributed information repositories and information retrieval service based on CDSTAR. Concurrently with the application development, a significant working effort is put in the education of DARIAH researchers since many of them have minor or no technical knowledge required to efficiently use various e-Infrastructure resources or new application/services that will be developed during this project. Therefore, a set of training events will be organized to demonstrate the specific applications and services developed within EGI-DARIAH CC, as well as give a general introduction on how to utilize various EGI resources, applications and services.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    R. Petrušić; B. Šalamon-Cindori;
    Publisher: Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers
    Country: Croatia

    U povodu pridruživanja Hrvatske Europskoj uniji Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica u Zagrebu odabrana je kao knjižnica mjeseca u zajednici Europske knjižnice, koja obuhvaća 48 nacionalnih i brojne europske znanstvene knjižnice. Europska knjižnica (The European Library) besplatna je online usluga utemeljena 2005. godine, kada joj se među prvim knjižnicama pridružila i Nacionalna i sveučilišna knjižnica u Zagrebu, radi objedinjavanja zbirki i kataloga europskih nacionalnih i znanstvenih knjižnica, odnosno stvaranja skupnoga kataloga europske kulturne baštine, kao i pronalaženja i dohvaćanja više od 200 milijuna izvora te pružanja pristupa digitaliziranoj građi iz fondova knjižnica zemalja članica.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Aleksandar Kuzmanić;
    Publisher: Croatian State Archives
    Country: Croatia

    11. sastanak Međunarodnoga centra za arhivska istraživanja, APEx-Building Infrastructures for Archives in a Digital World, 25-28. lipnja 2013.12. sastanak, Madrid, Španjolska, 25-26. studenog 2013.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Lucija Konfic;
    Publisher: Croatian Musicological Society & Croatian Academy of Science and Arts, Department for History of Croatian Music & Zagreb University, Academy of Music
    Country: Croatia

    The field of digital humanities, a convergence of humanities and computer sciences, has recently become a growing focus of interest. The aim of this paper is to present basic concepts of digital humanities as they relate to music and musicology, as well as the term digital musicology, in order to encourage in Croatia a greater use of the new possibilities of research provided by this field. Based on A Companion to Digital Humanities (chapter Music by I. Fujinaga and S. Forscher Weiss), this overview includes the following subjects: notation software and optical music recognition (OMR); MIDI and MP3 as technical standards; databases; computer applications for music scholars; and music information retrieval (MIR) systems. For each subject, some basic sources and materials are offered and some (more or less) current activities and projects are presented, with special consideration of Croatian perspectives. Cilj je ovoga članka predstaviti osnovne pojmove digitalne humanistike u vezi s glazbom i muzikologijom, kao i pojam digitalne muzikologije, kako bi se potaknulo korištenje novih istraživačkih mogućnosti koje ovo područje nudi. U pregled su uključena sljedeća područja: programi za pisanje nota, uključujući optičko prepoznavanje glazbenih zapisa; tehnički standardi MIDI i MP3; baze podataka; računalne aplikacije za istraživanje glazbe; te sustavi za pristupanje podacima o glazbi. Za svako područje ponuđeni su osnovni izvori i materijali te su predstavljene neke od aktualnih aktivnosti i projekata.

  • Open Access Croatian
    Publisher: Ruđer Bošković Institute
    Country: Croatia
  • Publication . Other literature type . 2014
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Mirjana Jurić;
    Publisher: Croatian State Archives
    Country: Croatia
  • Open Access Croatian
    Publisher: Institut Ruđer Bošković
    Country: Croatia
  • Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Marija Marošević;
    Publisher: Croatian State Archives
    Country: Croatia
  • Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 2018
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Vodopijevec, Alen; Kranjec, Irena;
    Publisher: Školska knjiga
    Country: Croatia

    Iako se čini da je ideja otvorenoga pristupa istraživačkim podatcima opće prihvaćena, postoji i niz prepreka i izazova u njezinu ostvarivanju, koji je mogu prevladati bliskom suradnjom svih sudionika u znanstvenom procesu, pomnim planiranjem i financiranjem, te edukacijom o rukovanju istraživačkim podatcima i trajnom čuvanju za daljnje korištenje. Uz prikaz raznolikosti istraživačkih podataka i tehničkih pretpostavki za njihovu dugotrajnu pohranu i čuvanje te slobodno korištenje, objašnjava se i uloga svih sudionika u znanstvenom procesu i njihovoj suradnji kao nužnom preduvjetu za slobodan pristup istraživačkim podatcima. Također se navode inicijative i projekti u Hrvatskoj čija je svrha uspostavljanje repozitorija istraživačkih podataka. Research data are the basis of scholarly knowledge. They are being collected, observed or created for the purpose of analysis in order to produce new research results, new information and knowledge. They fully depend on the context and interpretation. Enabling open access (OA) to research data is one of the key elements of the open science initiative. Data management practices vary considerably across research disciplines regardless of the data type. In addition, practices and norms on data collecting, describing, archiving and disseminating can sometimes differ even within the same research discipline. Funding agencies have started to recognize the benefits of efficient data management. Accordingly, more and more funders require a Data Management Plan when submitting proposals. Besides these efforts, the infrastructure for technical and organizational support of data management, as another important precondition in achieving OA to research data, has also been developed. The paper presents the current state of the policies, infrastructures and standards for open research data.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2017
    Open Access Croatian
    Authors: 
    Janja Kovač; Ljiljana Gavrilović; Meglena Zlatkova; Valentina Gulin Zrnić; Iva Grubiša; Luka Šešo; Sara Mikelić; Ana-Marija Vukušić; Katja Sirotić; Matea Korda; +5 more
    Publisher: Croatian Ethnological Society and Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
    Country: Croatia

    Digitalna humanistika i digitalizacija etnografske baštine. Godišnji znanstveno-stručni skup Hrvatskog etnološkog društva i 8. znanstveni seminar u čast Branimiru Brataniću, Etnografski muzej Zagreb, 1. lipnja 2017. godine (Janja Kovač); Stranputice humanistike, Petar Bagarić, Ozren Biti i Tea Škokić, ur., Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb, 2017., 215 str. (Ljiljana Gavrilović); Sensitive Objects. Affect and Material Culture, Jonas Frykman and Maja Povrzanović Frykman, eds., Nordic Academic Press, Lund, 2016, 285 pp. (Meglena Zlatkova); Emanuela Guano, Creative Urbanity. An Italian Middle Class in the Shade of Revitalization, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2017., 242 str. (Valentina Gulin Zrnić); Mjesto izvedbe i stvaranje grada, Valentina Gulin Zrnić, Nevena Škrbić Alempijević i Josip Zanki, ur. Hrvatsko društvo likovnih umjetnika, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Zagreb, 2016., 203 str. (Iva Grubiša); Novi Travnik: između utopije i nostalgije, Mario Katić i Velimir Bugarin, ur., Sveučilište u Zadru, Udruga "Baština" Novi Travnik, HKD "Napredak" Sarajevo, Zadar, 2016., 172 str. (Luka Šešo); Mune i Žejane Maksu Pelozi. Zbornik radova sa znanstvenoga skupa Mune Maksu Pelozi, Vele Mune, 24. listopada 2015., Robert Doričić, Helena Doričić, Igor Eterović, Ivana Eterović i Nevena Škrbić Alempijević, ur. Udruga "Žejane", Žejane, 2016., 281 str. (Sara Mikelić); Osama(e). Život naselja do tri stanovnika u Istri. / L'ermo(i). La vita nei villagi con fino a tre abitanti in Istria, autorica izložbe i kataloga Ivona Orlić, Etnografski muzej Istre / Museo Etnografico dell'Istria, 25. 12. 2016. – 5. 4. 2017. (Ana-Marija Vukušić); Sandi Blagonić, Istrijani protiv Istrana. Diskurzivna konstrukcija identiteta i simbolička natjecanja, Naklada Jesenski i Turk, Zagreb, 2016., 183 str. (Katja Sirotić); Reana Senjković, Svaki dan pobjeda. Kultura omladinskih radnih akcija, Institut za etnologiju i folkloristiku, Srednja Europa, Zagreb, 2016., 350 str. (Matea Korda); Duško Petrović, Izbjeglištvo u suvremenom svijetu. Od političkoteorijskih utemeljenja do biopolitičkih ishoda, Naklada Ljevak, Zagreb, 2016., 440 str. (Tomislav Pletenac); Tijana Trako Poljak, Hrvatski simbolički identitet. Značenja nacionalnih simbola iz perspektive hrvatskih građana, Tim press, Zagreb, 2016., 313 str. (Marijeta Rajković Iveta); Milana Černelić, Bunjevci. Ishodišta, sudbine, identiteti, Filozofski fakultet, Odsjek za etnologiju i kulturnu antropologiju, FF-press, Zavod za kulturu vojvođanskih Hrvata, Zagreb, Subotica, 2016., 264 str. (Petra Kelemen); Balázs Borsos, The Regional Structure of Hungarian Folk Culture, Waxmann, Münster, New York, 2017., 436 str. (Jelka Vince Pallua); Christine A. Jones, Mother Goose Refigured. A Critical Translation of Charles Perrault’s Fairy Tales, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, 2016., 216 str. (Nada Kujundžić)