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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Alliez, Pierre; Bergerot, Laurent; Bernard, Jean-François; Boust, Clotilde; BRUSEKER, George; CARBONI, Nicola; Chayani, Mehdi; Dellepiane, Matteo; Dell'unto, Nicolo; Dutailly, Bruno; +16 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | PARTHENOS (654119)

    International audience; With this White Paper, which gathers contributions from more than 25 experts of 3D imaging, modellng and processing, as well as professionals concerned with the interoperability and sustainability of research data, the PARTHENOS project aims at laying the foundations of a comprehensive environment centered on the researchers' practices concerning 3D digital objects.The topics addressed in the document are meant to help to ensure the development of standardized good practices relating to the production, the handling, the long-term conservation and the reuse of 3D objects. Therefore, even if the focus is put on technical questions (formats, processing, and annotation), the White Paper also identifies the need to clarify the legal status of 3D objects, in order to facilitate their reuse(s) in non-research contexts, in particular in Museums.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Fromageot-Lanièpce, Virginie;
    Publisher: CNR - Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale

    The 12th Supplement to the international open access journal ‘Archeologia e Calcolatori’ is dedicated to the history of archaeological research in the digital age, with particular reference to the evolution of electronic publishing from 1955 until today. In the first part of the volume, the Author, Ingénieur de recherche at the CNRS (équipe ArScAn - Monde grec et systèmes d'information), focuses on the history of applications in France in the second half of the 20th century, starting from the earliest experiments of classification and automation of documentary analysis, which then led to the creation of archaeological databases. The second part of the volume examines the development of electronic publishing in archaeology, with particular reference to the changes brought about by the advent of the Internet and the Open Access movement. Through a careful evaluation of the websites of reference for the dissemination of monographs and journals, the analysis focuses on the different digitization and online dissemination policies for archaeological publications. The results of this systematic survey offer a series of interesting ideas to better understand and satisfy the needs of the archaeological community.

  • Publication . Book . 2017
    French
    Authors: 
    Abergel , Violette; Benistant , Pascal; Bergerot , Laurent; Bernard , Jean-François; Bohbot , Hervé; Cassen , Serge; CHAYANI , Mehdi; De Luca , Livio; Dutailly , Bruno; Epaud , Fréderic; +28 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD

    International audience; ; La TGIR Huma-Num a labellisé pour quatre ans (2014-2017) un consortium consacré à la 3D pour réaffirmer, au cœur des projets 3D, les enjeux scientifiques des SHS. Le consortium 3D SHS s’est proposé de diffuser à travers ce livre blanc des guides de bonnes pratiques (archivage 3D, logiciels et matériels, vocabulaire, cahier des charges ) à destination de la communauté SHS.

  • Open Access Dutch; Flemish
    Authors: 
    Folmer, Erwin Johan Albert;
    Publisher: PLDN
    Country: Netherlands

    Platform Linked Data Nederland bestaat dit jaar 5 jaar en om dat te vieren is een lustrum boek gemaakt, waarin de resultaten van de afgelopen 5 jaar gedeeld worden en waarin een aantal interviews staan met een aantal personen die een belangrijke rol hebben gespeeld in de positieve ontwikkelingen rondom Linked Data projecten. Frank Tierolff, bestuurder bij het Kadaster, is één van de personen, die geïnterviewd is voor dit lustrumboek. Wat Linked Data voor het Kadaster betekent en welke aspecten en ontwikkelingen verder een belangrijke rol spelen bij de ambities van het Kadaster in relatie tot Linked Data,

  • French
    Authors: 
    Gillet, Florence;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; Within the last twenty years, cultural institutions have unquestionably entered the digital age. The technological advances in terms of scanners, search interfaces, storage media or internet connection have offered new opportunities for managing and valorising collections. At present, thousands of documents have been scanned and new technologies are an integral part of each step of the production of knowledge: accessibility of sources, content analysis, conservation and valorisation. The transition to new technologies is furthermore a response to a global change towards a more connected society where the access to knowledge is facilitated and where work tools as well as sources are increasingly virtual. The dramatic changes in the digital age have even been compared to those introduced by the advent of writing and the invention of printing.For several years now, the development of new technologies has considerably influenced the behaviour of users in archive centres and libraries. For this reason, several institutions have questioned their policies and developed new strategies with regard to the digital reality, with sometimes mixed results as these were not always consistent with the needs of their varied publics.In order to offer adequate tools, several institutions have understood the importance of focusing on the users, not only by thoroughly analysing their practices but also by listening to their different needs. Numerous survey projects have thus been initiated which have allowed to precisely define the profile of the different publics and their expectations with regard to digital access to knowledge.The study day “Study of the Behaviour and Needs of the Users in Archive Centres and Libraries” proposes to examine the different initiatives of the last years, directing the debate along three principal lines:-The scientific approach and the methods of analysis used in the context of this type of project (web analytics, log files, interviews, online survey, focus group, usability testing). The purpose is to question the problems related to their implementation and their efficiency.-The results. Who are the identified publics? What are their expectations? Which are the convergences between the different institutions?-The specific answers with which libraries and archive centres can contribute to the transformations in society and to the new expectations that are being created.; Depuis une vingtaine d’années, les institutions culturelles sont indiscutablement entrées dans l’ère du numérique. Les progrès technologiques en terme de scanners, d’interfaces de recherche, de supports de stockage ou de connexion au réseau ont offert de nouvelles opportunités de gestion et de valorisation des collections. Aujourd’hui, des milliers de documents ont été scannés et les nouvelles technologies font partie intégrante de chacune des étapes de la production du savoir : mise en accès des sources, analyse du contenu, conservation et valorisation. Le passage aux nouvelles technologies répond par ailleurs à une mutation globale vers une société plus connectée, où l'accès aux connaissances est facilité et où tant les instruments de travail que les sources elles-mêmes sont de plus en plus virtuels. Certains ont été jusqu’à comparer les bouleversements causés par l'âge du numérique à la rupture introduite par l'avènement de l'écriture et l'invention de l'imprimerie.Depuis plusieurs années déjà, il apparaît que le développement des nouvelles technologies modifie considérablement le comportement des utilisateurs dans les centres d’archives et les bibliothèques. Ce constat a amené nombre d’institutions à se remettre en question et à développer de nouvelles stratégies autour de la réalité numérique, avec des résultats parfois mitigés car trop éloignés des attentes de leurs différents publics. Afin de pouvoir proposer des outils adéquats, plusieurs institutions ont compris l’intérêt de remettre les utilisateurs au centre de leur réflexion, non seulement en analysant en profondeur leurs pratiques mais également en leur donnant la parole pour identifier leurs attentes. De nombreux projets d’enquête ont ainsi vu le jour et ont permis de définir de manière précise le profil des différents publics et leurs attentes en terme d’accès numérique au savoir. La journée d’étude « Étudier les comportements et besoins des utilisateurs dans les centres d'archives et bibliothèques » propose de revenir sur les différentes initiatives qui ont été menées ces dernières années, en orientant la discussion selon trois axes principaux : -La démarche scientifique et les méthodes d’analyse utilisées dans le cadre de ce type de projet (web analytics, log files, interviews, enquête en ligne, focus group, usability testing). L’objectif est de s’interroger sur les problématiques liées à leur mise en œuvre ainsi que sur leur efficacité.-Les résultats obtenus. Quels sont les publics identifiés ? Quelles sont leurs attentes ? Quelles convergences observe-t-on entre les différentes institutions ?-Les réponses concrètes que les bibliothèques et centres d’archives sont en mesure d’apporter aux transformations sociétales et aux nouvelles attentes qui se créent.; Sinds een twintigtal jaar zijn culturele instellingen zonder twijfel het digitale tijdperk binnengetreden. De technologische vooruitgang op het gebied van scanners, zoekinterfaces, opslagmedia en internetverbindingen hebben nieuwe mogelijkheden gecreëerd voor het beheer en de valorisatie van collecties. Er werden al duizenden documenten gescand en tegenwoordig vormen nieuwe technologieën een integraal onderdeel van elke stap van de kennisproductie: toegankelijkheid van de bronnen, inhoudsanalyse, conservatie en valorisatie. De overgang naar nieuwe technologieën is bovendien een reactie op een wereldwijde evolutie naar een meer verbonden maatschappij waarin de toegang tot kennis wordt vergemakkelijkt en waarin werkinstrumenten en bronnen steeds vaker virtueel zijn. De dramatische veranderingen veroorzaakt door het digitale tijdperk werden zelfs al vergeleken met die geïntroduceerd door de komst van het schrijven en de uitvinding van de boekdrukkunst.De ontwikkeling van nieuwe technologieën oefent al een aantal jaren een aanzienlijke invloed uit op het gedrag van archief- en bibliotheekgebruikers. Vele instellingen hebben daarom hun beleid in vraag gesteld en nieuwe strategieën ontwikkeld met betrekking tot de digitale werkelijkheid. De resultaten waren niet altijd onverdeeld positief omdat de strategieën soms niet in overeenstemming waren met de behoeften van het gevarieerde publiek.Verscheidene instellingen hebben begrepen dat ze aandacht moeten besteden aan de gebruikers als ze geschikte werkinstrumenten willen kunnen aanbieden. Ze beseften dat ze niet enkel de praktijken van de gebruikers grondig moesten analyseren, maar ook naar hen moesten luisteren om hun behoeften te kunnen begrijpen. Talloze onderzoeksprojecten werden opgestart en deze hebben het mogelijk gemaakt om het profiel van de verschillende doelgroepen en hun verwachtingen met betrekking tot de digitale toegang tot kennis nauwkeurig te definiëren.Tijdens de studiedag “Inside the User’s Mind” zullen de verschillende initiatieven van de laatste jaren volgens drie hoofdonderwerpen besproken worden:-De wetenschappelijke benadering en de gebruikte analysemethoden in het kader van dit soort projecten (web analytics, logbestanden, interviews, online enquêtes, focusgroepen, usability testing). Het doel is om de problemen in verband met de uitvoering ervan en hun effectiviteit te bespreken. -De resultaten. Welke doelgroepen werden geïdentificeerd? Wat zijn hun verwachtingen? Welke overeenkomsten zijn er tussen de verschillende instellingen?-De concrete reacties van bibliotheken en archieven op de maatschappelijke veranderingen en nieuwe verwachtingen.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jennifer Edmond; Nicola Horsley; Jörg Lehmann; Mike Priddy;
    Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
    Country: Netherlands

    This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open programme and is available on www.bloomsburycollections.com. It is funded by Trinity College Dublin, DARIAH-EU and the European Commission. This book explores the challenges society faces with big data, through the lens of culture rather than social, political or economic trends, as demonstrated in the words we use, the values that underpin our interactions, and the biases and assumptions that drive us. Focusing on areas such as data and language, data and sensemaking, data and power, data and invisibility, and big data aggregation, it demonstrates that humanities research, focussing on cultural rather than social, political or economic frames of reference for viewing technology, resists mass datafication for a reason, and that those very reasons can be instructive for the critical observation of big data research and innovation.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Darhri, Anas Alaoui M.; Vincent Baillet; Bastien Bourineau; Alessio Calantropio; Gabriella Carpentiero; Medhi Chayani; Livio de Luca; Iwona Dudek; Bruno Dutailly; Hélène Gautier; +22 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | PARTHENOS (654119)

    International audience; Through this White Paper, which gathers contributions from experts of 3D data as well as professionals concerned with the interoperability and sustainability of 3D research data, the PARTHENOS project aims at highlighting some of the current issues they have to face, with possible specific points according to the discipline, and potential practices and methodologies to deal with these issues.During the workshop, several tools to deal with these issues have been introduced and confronted with the participants experiences, this White Paper now intends to go further by also integrating participants feedbacks and suggestions of potential improvements.Therefore, even if the focus is put on specific tools, the main goal is to contribute to the development of standardized good practices related to the sharing, publication, storage and long-term preservation of 3D data.

  • Publication . Book . 2017
    Open Access German
    Authors: 
    Helbig, Kerstin; Fromm, Niels; Riesenweber, Christina; Schlegel, Birgit; Schobert, Dagmar; Voigt, Michaela; Winterhalter, Christian;
    Publisher: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Universitätsbibliothek der Humboldt-Universität
    Country: Germany

    Im Spätsommer 2016 begannen die Planungen der Open-Access-Teams der Freien Universität, der Humboldt-Universität und der Technischen Universität Berlin für die internationale Open Access Week 2016. In einem Call for Posters wurden Berliner und Brandenburger Open-Access-Projekte dazu aufgerufen, ihre Aktivitäten in einer Ausstellung vorzustellen. Die Publikation dokumentiert die Posterausstellung und Podiumsdiskussion zur Open Access Week 2016. Sie enthält 30 Poster inklusive Beschreibungen und Links zu den Originalversionen in Druckqualität, ergänzt um Fotos einer Abendveranstaltung bei Wikimedia Deutschland. In late summer 2016 the open access teams of the Freie Universität, the Humboldt-Universität and the Technische Universität Berlin started their plans for the international Open Access Week 2016. In a call for posters, open access projects from Berlin and Brandenburg were requested to present their activities in a poster exhibition. The publication documents the poster exhibition and panel discussion during the Open Access Week 2016. It contains all posters including abstracts and links to the original versions in print quality, supplemented by photos from the Wikimedia event. Not Reviewed

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Matthew James Driscoll; Elena Pierazzo;
    Publisher: Open Book Publishers

    This volume presents the state of the art in digital scholarly editing. Drawing together the work of established and emerging researchers, it gives pause at a crucial moment in the history of technology in order to offer a sustained reflection on the practices involved in producing, editing and reading digital scholarly editions—and the theories that underpin them. The unrelenting progress of computer technology has changed the nature of textual scholarship at the most fundamental level: the way editors and scholars work, the tools they use to do such work and the research questions they attempt to answer have all been affected. Each of the essays in Digital Scholarly Editing approaches these changes with a different methodological consideration in mind. Together, they make a compelling case for re-evaluating the foundation of the discipline—one that tests its assertions against manuscripts and printed works from across literary history, and the globe. The sheer breadth of Digital Scholarly Editing, along with its successful integration of theory and practice, help redefine a rapidly-changing field, as its firm grounding and future-looking ambit ensure the work will be an indispensable starting point for further scholarship. This collection is essential reading for editors, scholars, students and readers who are invested in the future of textual scholarship and the digital humanities.

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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Alliez, Pierre; Bergerot, Laurent; Bernard, Jean-François; Boust, Clotilde; BRUSEKER, George; CARBONI, Nicola; Chayani, Mehdi; Dellepiane, Matteo; Dell'unto, Nicolo; Dutailly, Bruno; +16 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | PARTHENOS (654119)

    International audience; With this White Paper, which gathers contributions from more than 25 experts of 3D imaging, modellng and processing, as well as professionals concerned with the interoperability and sustainability of research data, the PARTHENOS project aims at laying the foundations of a comprehensive environment centered on the researchers' practices concerning 3D digital objects.The topics addressed in the document are meant to help to ensure the development of standardized good practices relating to the production, the handling, the long-term conservation and the reuse of 3D objects. Therefore, even if the focus is put on technical questions (formats, processing, and annotation), the White Paper also identifies the need to clarify the legal status of 3D objects, in order to facilitate their reuse(s) in non-research contexts, in particular in Museums.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Fromageot-Lanièpce, Virginie;
    Publisher: CNR - Istituto di Scienze del Patrimonio Culturale

    The 12th Supplement to the international open access journal ‘Archeologia e Calcolatori’ is dedicated to the history of archaeological research in the digital age, with particular reference to the evolution of electronic publishing from 1955 until today. In the first part of the volume, the Author, Ingénieur de recherche at the CNRS (équipe ArScAn - Monde grec et systèmes d'information), focuses on the history of applications in France in the second half of the 20th century, starting from the earliest experiments of classification and automation of documentary analysis, which then led to the creation of archaeological databases. The second part of the volume examines the development of electronic publishing in archaeology, with particular reference to the changes brought about by the advent of the Internet and the Open Access movement. Through a careful evaluation of the websites of reference for the dissemination of monographs and journals, the analysis focuses on the different digitization and online dissemination policies for archaeological publications. The results of this systematic survey offer a series of interesting ideas to better understand and satisfy the needs of the archaeological community.

  • Publication . Book . 2017
    French
    Authors: 
    Abergel , Violette; Benistant , Pascal; Bergerot , Laurent; Bernard , Jean-François; Bohbot , Hervé; Cassen , Serge; CHAYANI , Mehdi; De Luca , Livio; Dutailly , Bruno; Epaud , Fréderic; +28 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD

    International audience; ; La TGIR Huma-Num a labellisé pour quatre ans (2014-2017) un consortium consacré à la 3D pour réaffirmer, au cœur des projets 3D, les enjeux scientifiques des SHS. Le consortium 3D SHS s’est proposé de diffuser à travers ce livre blanc des guides de bonnes pratiques (archivage 3D, logiciels et matériels, vocabulaire, cahier des charges ) à destination de la communauté SHS.

  • Open Access Dutch; Flemish
    Authors: 
    Folmer, Erwin Johan Albert;
    Publisher: PLDN
    Country: Netherlands

    Platform Linked Data Nederland bestaat dit jaar 5 jaar en om dat te vieren is een lustrum boek gemaakt, waarin de resultaten van de afgelopen 5 jaar gedeeld worden en waarin een aantal interviews staan met een aantal personen die een belangrijke rol hebben gespeeld in de positieve ontwikkelingen rondom Linked Data projecten. Frank Tierolff, bestuurder bij het Kadaster, is één van de personen, die geïnterviewd is voor dit lustrumboek. Wat Linked Data voor het Kadaster betekent en welke aspecten en ontwikkelingen verder een belangrijke rol spelen bij de ambities van het Kadaster in relatie tot Linked Data,

  • French
    Authors: 
    Gillet, Florence;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; Within the last twenty years, cultural institutions have unquestionably entered the digital age. The technological advances in terms of scanners, search interfaces, storage media or internet connection have offered new opportunities for managing and valorising collections. At present, thousands of documents have been scanned and new technologies are an integral part of each step of the production of knowledge: accessibility of sources, content analysis, conservation and valorisation. The transition to new technologies is furthermore a response to a global change towards a more connected society where the access to knowledge is facilitated and where work tools as well as sources are increasingly virtual. The dramatic changes in the digital age have even been compared to those introduced by the advent of writing and the invention of printing.For several years now, the development of new technologies has considerably influenced the behaviour of users in archive centres and libraries. For this reason, several institutions have questioned their policies and developed new strategies with regard to the digital reality, with sometimes mixed results as these were not always consistent with the needs of their varied publics.In order to offer adequate tools, several institutions have understood the importance of focusing on the users, not only by thoroughly analysing their practices but also by listening to their different needs. Numerous survey projects have thus been initiated which have allowed to precisely define the profile of the different publics and their expectations with regard to digital access to knowledge.The study day “Study of the Behaviour and Needs of the Users in Archive Centres and Libraries” proposes to examine the different initiatives of the last years, directing the debate along three principal lines:-The scientific approach and the methods of analysis used in the context of this type of project (web analytics, log files, interviews, online survey, focus group, usability testing). The purpose is to question the problems related to their implementation and their efficiency.-The results. Who are the identified publics? What are their expectations? Which are the convergences between the different institutions?-The specific answers with which libraries and archive centres can contribute to the transformations in society and to the new expectations that are being created.; Depuis une vingtaine d’années, les institutions culturelles sont indiscutablement entrées dans l’ère du numérique. Les progrès technologiques en terme de scanners, d’interfaces de recherche, de supports de stockage ou de connexion au réseau ont offert de nouvelles opportunités de gestion et de valorisation des collections. Aujourd’hui, des milliers de documents ont été scannés et les nouvelles technologies font partie intégrante de chacune des étapes de la production du savoir : mise en accès des sources, analyse du contenu, conservation et valorisation. Le passage aux nouvelles technologies répond par ailleurs à une mutation globale vers une société plus connectée, où l'accès aux connaissances est facilité et où tant les instruments de travail que les sources elles-mêmes sont de plus en plus virtuels. Certains ont été jusqu’à comparer les bouleversements causés par l'âge du numérique à la rupture introduite par l'avènement de l'écriture et l'invention de l'imprimerie.Depuis plusieurs années déjà, il apparaît que le développement des nouvelles technologies modifie considérablement le comportement des utilisateurs dans les centres d’archives et les bibliothèques. Ce constat a amené nombre d’institutions à se remettre en question et à développer de nouvelles stratégies autour de la réalité numérique, avec des résultats parfois mitigés car trop éloignés des attentes de leurs différents publics. Afin de pouvoir proposer des outils adéquats, plusieurs institutions ont compris l’intérêt de remettre les utilisateurs au centre de leur réflexion, non seulement en analysant en profondeur leurs pratiques mais également en leur donnant la parole pour identifier leurs attentes. De nombreux projets d’enquête ont ainsi vu le jour et ont permis de définir de manière précise le profil des différents publics et leurs attentes en terme d’accès numérique au savoir. La journée d’étude « Étudier les comportements et besoins des utilisateurs dans les centres d'archives et bibliothèques » propose de revenir sur les différentes initiatives qui ont été menées ces dernières années, en orientant la discussion selon trois axes principaux : -La démarche scientifique et les méthodes d’analyse utilisées dans le cadre de ce type de projet (web analytics, log files, interviews, enquête en ligne, focus group, usability testing). L’objectif est de s’interroger sur les problématiques liées à leur mise en œuvre ainsi que sur leur efficacité.-Les résultats obtenus. Quels sont les publics identifiés ? Quelles sont leurs attentes ? Quelles convergences observe-t-on entre les différentes institutions ?-Les réponses concrètes que les bibliothèques et centres d’archives sont en mesure d’apporter aux transformations sociétales et aux nouvelles attentes qui se créent.; Sinds een twintigtal jaar zijn culturele instellingen zonder twijfel het digitale tijdperk binnengetreden. De technologische vooruitgang op het gebied van scanners, zoekinterfaces, opslagmedia en internetverbindingen hebben nieuwe mogelijkheden gecreëerd voor het beheer en de valorisatie van collecties. Er werden al duizenden documenten gescand en tegenwoordig vormen nieuwe technologieën een integraal onderdeel van elke stap van de kennisproductie: toegankelijkheid van de bronnen, inhoudsanalyse, conservatie en valorisatie. De overgang naar nieuwe technologieën is bovendien een reactie op een wereldwijde evolutie naar een meer verbonden maatschappij waarin de toegang tot kennis wordt vergemakkelijkt en waarin werkinstrumenten en bronnen steeds vaker virtueel zijn. De dramatische veranderingen veroorzaakt door het digitale tijdperk werden zelfs al vergeleken met die geïntroduceerd door de komst van het schrijven en de uitvinding van de boekdrukkunst.De ontwikkeling van nieuwe technologieën oefent al een aantal jaren een aanzienlijke invloed uit op het gedrag van archief- en bibliotheekgebruikers. Vele instellingen hebben daarom hun beleid in vraag gesteld en nieuwe strategieën ontwikkeld met betrekking tot de digitale werkelijkheid. De resultaten waren niet altijd onverdeeld positief omdat de strategieën soms niet in overeenstemming waren met de behoeften van het gevarieerde publiek.Verscheidene instellingen hebben begrepen dat ze aandacht moeten besteden aan de gebruikers als ze geschikte werkinstrumenten willen kunnen aanbieden. Ze beseften dat ze niet enkel de praktijken van de gebruikers grondig moesten analyseren, maar ook naar hen moesten luisteren om hun behoeften te kunnen begrijpen. Talloze onderzoeksprojecten werden opgestart en deze hebben het mogelijk gemaakt om het profiel van de verschillende doelgroepen en hun verwachtingen met betrekking tot de digitale toegang tot kennis nauwkeurig te definiëren.Tijdens de studiedag “Inside the User’s Mind” zullen de verschillende initiatieven van de laatste jaren volgens drie hoofdonderwerpen besproken worden:-De wetenschappelijke benadering en de gebruikte analysemethoden in het kader van dit soort projecten (web analytics, logbestanden, interviews, online enquêtes, focusgroepen, usability testing). Het doel is om de problemen in verband met de uitvoering ervan en hun effectiviteit te bespreken. -De resultaten. Welke doelgroepen werden geïdentificeerd? Wat zijn hun verwachtingen? Welke overeenkomsten zijn er tussen de verschillende instellingen?-De concrete reacties van bibliotheken en archieven op de maatschappelijke veranderingen en nieuwe verwachtingen.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Jennifer Edmond; Nicola Horsley; Jörg Lehmann; Mike Priddy;
    Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
    Country: Netherlands

    This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open programme and is available on www.bloomsburycollections.com. It is funded by Trinity College Dublin, DARIAH-EU and the European Commission. This book explores the challenges society faces with big data, through the lens of culture rather than social, political or economic trends, as demonstrated in the words we use, the values that underpin our interactions, and the biases and assumptions that drive us. Focusing on areas such as data and language, data and sensemaking, data and power, data and invisibility, and big data aggregation, it demonstrates that humanities research, focussing on cultural rather than social, political or economic frames of reference for viewing technology, resists mass datafication for a reason, and that those very reasons can be instructive for the critical observation of big data research and innovation.

  • English
    Authors: 
    Darhri, Anas Alaoui M.; Vincent Baillet; Bastien Bourineau; Alessio Calantropio; Gabriella Carpentiero; Medhi Chayani; Livio de Luca; Iwona Dudek; Bruno Dutailly; Hélène Gautier; +22 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France
    Project: EC | PARTHENOS (654119)

    International audience; Through this White Paper, which gathers contributions from experts of 3D data as well as professionals concerned with the interoperability and sustainability of 3D research data, the PARTHENOS project aims at highlighting some of the current issues they have to face, with possible specific points according to the discipline, and potential practices and methodologies to deal with these issues.During the workshop, several tools to deal with these issues have been introduced and confronted with the participants experiences, this White Paper now intends to go further by also integrating participants feedbacks and suggestions of potential improvements.Therefore, even if the focus is put on specific tools, the main goal is to contribute to the development of standardized good practices related to the sharing, publication, storage and long-term preservation of 3D data.

  • Publication . Book . 2017
    Open Access German
    Authors: 
    Helbig, Kerstin; Fromm, Niels; Riesenweber, Christina; Schlegel, Birgit; Schobert, Dagmar; Voigt, Michaela; Winterhalter, Christian;
    Publisher: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Universitätsbibliothek der Humboldt-Universität
    Country: Germany

    Im Spätsommer 2016 begannen die Planungen der Open-Access-Teams der Freien Universität, der Humboldt-Universität und der Technischen Universität Berlin für die internationale Open Access Week 2016. In einem Call for Posters wurden Berliner und Brandenburger Open-Access-Projekte dazu aufgerufen, ihre Aktivitäten in einer Ausstellung vorzustellen. Die Publikation dokumentiert die Posterausstellung und Podiumsdiskussion zur Open Access Week 2016. Sie enthält 30 Poster inklusive Beschreibungen und Links zu den Originalversionen in Druckqualität, ergänzt um Fotos einer Abendveranstaltung bei Wikimedia Deutschland. In late summer 2016 the open access teams of the Freie Universität, the Humboldt-Universität and the Technische Universität Berlin started their plans for the international Open Access Week 2016. In a call for posters, open access projects from Berlin and Brandenburg were requested to present their activities in a poster exhibition. The publication documents the poster exhibition and panel discussion during the Open Access Week 2016. It contains all posters including abstracts and links to the original versions in print quality, supplemented by photos from the Wikimedia event. Not Reviewed

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Matthew James Driscoll; Elena Pierazzo;
    Publisher: Open Book Publishers

    This volume presents the state of the art in digital scholarly editing. Drawing together the work of established and emerging researchers, it gives pause at a crucial moment in the history of technology in order to offer a sustained reflection on the practices involved in producing, editing and reading digital scholarly editions—and the theories that underpin them. The unrelenting progress of computer technology has changed the nature of textual scholarship at the most fundamental level: the way editors and scholars work, the tools they use to do such work and the research questions they attempt to answer have all been affected. Each of the essays in Digital Scholarly Editing approaches these changes with a different methodological consideration in mind. Together, they make a compelling case for re-evaluating the foundation of the discipline—one that tests its assertions against manuscripts and printed works from across literary history, and the globe. The sheer breadth of Digital Scholarly Editing, along with its successful integration of theory and practice, help redefine a rapidly-changing field, as its firm grounding and future-looking ambit ensure the work will be an indispensable starting point for further scholarship. This collection is essential reading for editors, scholars, students and readers who are invested in the future of textual scholarship and the digital humanities.