On December 18th (Tuesday), Wikihub will be unavailable from 7-9am.

Versions Compared

Key

  • This line was added.
  • This line was removed.
  • Formatting was changed.

...

An Org-chart is shown at the bottom of this page.

Section
Column
width75%70%
Panel

UNIT: Research Technology Programs (RTP)

The Unit formally known as Data Repository Services

Key RTP accomplishments - September 2008-2009

Panel

UNIT: Services Architecture and Development

  • CollectionSpace is a collaboration that brings together a variety of cultural and academic institutions with the common goal of developing and deploying an open-source, web-based software application for the description, management, and dissemination of museum collections information. Visit the project wiki or the community site.
     
  • Project Bamboo is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary, and inter-organizational effort that brings together researchers in arts and humanities, computer scientists, information scientists, librarians, and campus information technologists to tackle the question:How can we advance arts and humanities research through the development of shared technology services? Visit the project website.
     
  • The Delphi project provides a framework of semantic tools and community annotation for museum collections. The open-source toolkit includes linguistic analysis tools and services to produce an easy-to-use faceted browsing UI that makes it simple and fun to explore and understand museum collections. Visit the project website or see it in action on the PAHMA deployment.
     
  • Berkeley Prosopography Services (BPS) is an open-source prosopographical toolkit that generates interactive visualizations of the biological and social connections that link documented individuals, providing a dynamic and heuristic tool for researching historical communities documented in legal and administrative archives. Visit the project site.

Panel

UNIT: Enterprise Data Warehouse & Database Services

Column
width35%
RSS Feed
max5
showTitlesOnlytrue
urlhttp://dsblog.berkeley.edu/feed