Archipelproject: Social Impact & Examples (Preserving our History in a Sustainable Digital Way series)

Video is titled “Teaser” on YouTube Archipel is a project based on the finding that a sustainable digital archive infrastructure is needed in Flanders in order to ensure a structural approach to the problem of digital archiving. The  project is also based on the fact that there is an important role for players from the world of arts, cultural and …

D7.6.1 Online Access to Audiovisual Heritage Status Report

Contents: Executive summary Introduction Part One–General Access to Audiovisual Heritage 2011 Status Report: 1. Providing access for different user groups through the digital content lifecycle 2. Trends in online access 3. Business models and added value of online audiovisual collections Part Two–Access to Audiovisual Heritage in the Educational Domain : 4. E-Learning 5. Value proposition and revenue models in education …

Audio-visual Collections and the User Needs of Scholars in the Humanities : a Case for Co-Development

Contents: 1 Introduction 2 Tension between the ‘tribes’ 3 Stages in scholarly e-research 4 Summary and conclusion References Deze paper presenteert een typologie (tabel 1) van de rollen die een audiovisueel archief kan spelen in de diverse fasen van geesteswetenschappelijk onderzoek in combinatie met een inventarisatie van de uitdagingen voor alle betrokken partijen. Hiermee zouden zowel ICT-ontwikkelaars als onderzoekers een …

Personalizing Access to Cultural Heritage Collections using Pathways

Contents: Introduction Background User Models Paths as a metaphor for navigation The PATHS project Conclusion Acknowledgements References Dit artikel bespreekt de mechanismen voor persoonlijke toegang tot cultureel erfgoed collecties. De onderzoekers van de University of Sheffield stellen voor dat de notie van paden en routes een flexibele en krachtige metafoor biedt om bestaande modellen voor persoonlijk, cognitief zoekgedrag aan te …

The Digitized Archival Document Trustworthiness Scale

Designated communities are central to validation of preservation. If a designated community is able to understand and use information found within a digital repository, the assumption is that the information has been properly preserved. As judging the trustworthiness of information requires at least some level of understanding of that information, this paper presents results of a study aimed at developing …