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Tool & Content Partners 2


Questions that need to be addressed to shape this direction

  • "Stuff" - should this be renamed "tools and content" - representative of the things we care about, not just technology?
  • Sub-question: commercial partners, license, IP-restricted content - relates to our need to get at stuff
  • Tool interoperability; want to specify not only tools and also environments - how well do they play with each other
  • Incentives for sharing
  • Questions of identity - better managing identities can allow for a variety of research accesses to materials that might otherwise look like threats to those kinds of installations (multiple hits from counting tools on data sets)
  • Might be related to, how might we negotiate with owners of collections of archives that are protective of their sources? How might we create a sense of trust for sharing materials?

Direction name


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Scope

In Scope


Related to Bamboo


Out of scope


Top priorities to address by W3 (Jan 2009)


Possible Demonstrator Projects

get faculty involved...

1. image tool

Share set of images (2000):
Art History faculty member co-teaching with U. of Chicago... NW...
with students

multiple sources
multiple formats
integrated display

2. multiple texts

critical texts... used in a class, some in 19C fiction, etc..
Jane Austen @ Oxford University

deep analytics: data mining, phrase patterns

G. Crane
Martin

3. Discovery Identification

Scholars' oaister

OAIster is a union catalog of digital resources.

4. Entity Extraction

dates --> simile

SIMILE is a joint project conducted by the MIT Libraries and MIT CSAIL.
Semantic Interoperability of Metadata and Information in unLike Environments
places -> google maps

PARTNERS

Nayos
R. Prellinger

Getty

ECAI

MITH

D. Rumsey

Seasr
Fedora/dSpace

DSpace captures your data in any format - in text, video, audio, and data. It distributes it over the web. It indexes your work, so users can search and retrieve your items. It preserves your digital work over the long term.

JSTOR/ARTSTOR

an Cohen

TAPOR

TAPoR is the Text Analysis Portal for Research, a collaboration by six Canadian universities to build a centralized gateway to representative texts and sophisticated text analysis tools.
Tahoo
Mozilla
Amazon (S3)
Google

VRE (dance)

J. Unsworth

5. ANNOTATION TOOLS

by media type
persistance

example: publishing a dissertation/thesis

6.Middleware App

Zotoro -> Monk
-> SEASR

7. Tool Discovery

Registry of tools

8. Scholarly BPL

Scholarly workflow.. levels? expertise level of scholar
click a button, sequence workflow, workbench level...

BPL = Business Process Language/Linkage?

visual environment where scholar sequences tools

workbench: create flow

Metadata for tools: what kind of parameters

Find 5 tools and put together... stitch together

Put together favorites tools:
Get text
Lexical tool
Visualization tool


Workplans

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