July 16, 2017

Download Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics 2014 by Samantha K. Hastings PDF

By Samantha K. Hastings

Produced via The collage of South Carolina’s college of Library and knowledge technology this can be the authoritative annual compilation of analysis, most sensible practices, and a evaluation of literature within the fields of cultural background, imaging for museums and libraries, and electronic humanities. The scope is foreign.

The Annual will construct at the commonality of pursuits among museums, data and libraries, and scholarship within the arts and arts. a piece of writing board could be constructed from 4 to seven students within the box to incorporate yet now not restricted to researchers and knowledge pros with past paintings within the box of cultural background and informatics.

Each factor will comprise 3 significant components:

• unique learn articles
• Literature stories at the 3 major study components within the field:, Social networking and cultural associations, the price of tradition, and open resource resources
• evaluate of developments and applied sciences within the field

The Annual evaluation is a necessary evaluation and synthesis of this nascent and growing to be field.

Show description

Read Online or Download Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics 2014 PDF

Similar library & information science books

A Box Full of Tales

Kid's programming made effortless. so easy. What librarian does not dream of providing extra and higher kid's courses with much less attempt? finally, those tend to be the preferred and sought-after courses within the library. yet also they are the main tough: any librarian who has installed the sweat and time required to tug jointly a unmarried caliber software will recoil on the prospect of placing jointly eighteen courses every week!

IFLA 123: Changing Roles Of NGO's In Developing Countries (IFLA Publications)

Non-governmental companies (NGOs) are starting to be exponentially. In 1993, the Yearbook of overseas agencies indexed 16,000 across the world famous NGOs. by way of 2004, this quantity used to be 63,000. With this raise comes a dazzling progress within the actions and highbrow output of NGOs engaged on a neighborhood and overseas point.

Presstime in Paradise: The Life and Times of the Honolulu Advertiser, 1856-1995

Because it first rolled off the presses in 1856, The Honolulu Advertiser has been a big strength in reporting and shaping the inside track of Honolulu and, secondarily, the Hawaiian Islands. George Chaplin, editor-in-chief of the Advertiser from 1959 to 1986, has written a colourful and enjoyable insider's account of approximately a century and a half Advertiser heritage.

Bringing the Arts into the Library

Is your library so engaged in conserving present with expertise that it has missed bringing the humanities into the neighborhood? Collaboration with group arts businesses could be a key consider the good fortune of cultural programming in libraries. know about noteworthy and winning courses serving assorted groups and populations, to get rules to your personal surroundings.

Extra resources for Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics 2014

Sample text

2002). Learning conversations in museums. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Lewin, K. (1947). Frontiers in group dynamics: II. Channels of group life; social planning and action research. Human Relations, 1(2), 143–53. 1177/001872674700100201 Marty, P. (2007). The changing nature of information work in museums. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 58, 97–107. 20443 Marty, P. (2009). An introduction to museum informatics. In P. Marty & K. B. ), Museum informatics: People, information, and technology in museums (pp.

Nahon (2011) states, “even if one has the discretion to control information, the context determines the role” (p. 758), suggesting that at times the gated choose to be gated and designating an individual to be their gatekeeper. In stark contrast to traditional gatekeeper models, Nahon ventures to suggest “the emergence and maturity of the life cycle of gatekeepers in networks depend on a recursive relationship with the gated” (p. 761). Implications for research are drawn from examples of social media movements in which the gated have crowned their gatekeeper, essentially substituting one gatekeeper for another.

The chapter draws on data from interviews, archival records, historical newspapers, internal project documents, national and international grant proposals, international policy documents, and an array of secondary sources. Archives and Performance Existing research suggests that although archives provide societies with an opportunity to preserve cultural evidence, the preservation of temporal, event-based, and intangible cultural heritage such as performances, oral traditions, social practices, and festive events poses an ongoing challenge.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.66 of 5 – based on 48 votes