A Research Program For Studying Lams And Community In The Digital Age, 2018 University of Tromsø The Arctic University of Norway
A Research Program For Studying Lams And Community In The Digital Age, Andreas Vårheim, Roswitha Skare, Noah Lenstra, Kiersten F. Latham, Geir Grenersen
Proceedings from the Document Academy
The paper outlines a research effort into the changing representations, policies, strategies, activities, and practices of libraries, archives, and museums (LAMs) in the digital age. Comprehensive social changes including big slow-moving processes, such as aging populations, global migration, technological change, and environmental change, expose communities and LAM institutions to vulnerabilities. How do the institutions handle vulnerabilities, how do they become more resilient, and how do they contribute to building the resilience of their local communities?
Image And Range-Based 3d Acquisition And Modeling Of Popular Musical Instruments, 2018 Polytechnic University of Turin
Image And Range-Based 3d Acquisition And Modeling Of Popular Musical Instruments, Giacomo Patrucco, Filiberto Chiabrando, Piercarlo Dondi, Marco Malagodi
Proceedings from the Document Academy
This article aims to illustrate the importance of the contribution of 3D survey and modeling techniques in the framework of movable heritage and museum collection documentation and cataloguing. The work reported in this study focuses on digitalization and 3D modeling of some popular music instruments (belonging to the collection of Museo del Paesaggio Sonoro in Italy) in the framework of the SAMIC project (Sound Archives & Musical Instruments Collection). Different sensors and strategies have been applied during this research in order to obtain high-resolution digital replicas of the objects (a LiDAR system and a photogrammetric approach have been tested). The digital ...
Creating A Digital Scholarship Center, 2018 The College at Brockport
Creating A Digital Scholarship Center, Mary Jo Orzech
NY Digital Humanities Symposium Lightning Talk, December 1, 2018, University at Buffalo (http://nydh.org/schedule/).
Planning a digital scholarship center in Drake Memorial Library porvides a tremendous opportunity to enhance the academic library and its services. This session describes the start of a continuing journey that is part of the library’s strategic plan for Scholarly Communications and Special Collections. Library and IT partnering with faculty to identify use cases (e.g., Erie Canal interdisciplinary lab, history and museum studies, nursing, digital humanities, etc.) are critical in developing local champions. A campus grant has been submitted to establish a ...
Breaking Through The Echo Chamber: Teaching Students To Use Technology For College Research And Global Citizenry, 2018 California State University, Monterey Bay
Breaking Through The Echo Chamber: Teaching Students To Use Technology For College Research And Global Citizenry, Kaitlin Drake
Capstone Projects and Master's Theses
Preparing high school students for college level courses is vital to their success in higher education. Information literacy and digital literacy are necessary skills for college students in order to conduct their research for their classes. My own research was a compilation of scholarly articles and books focused on digital literacy, information literacy, and the issues surrounding these terms to understand what today’s students need in the classroom to succeed as young researchers. Search engines like Google operate under a facade of being an unbiased source. In reality, they are a for profit company whose search results go through ...
Did Hollywood Take Theatre "By Hook Or By Crook?", 2018 Missouri State University
Did Hollywood Take Theatre "By Hook Or By Crook?", Catherine S. Wright
MSU Graduate Theses
Hollywood and Theatre have been partners in producing entertainment for over 100 years. The relationship was fruitful for both parties, but Hollywood moguls and playwrights battled over ownership of the work and crafting of its creative nucleus, story and character. Theatre was the dominant entertainment right before the rise of motion pictures. Once Hollywood’s talkies closed the curtain on silent films, playwrights had a high creative worth to movie makers. In the cinema, story and dialogue were essential for its survival and growth. Playwrights were courted by the Hollywood studio heads but were not offered equal partnership as they ...
Using Tableau With The Digital Humanities, 2018 Bryant University
Using Tableau With The Digital Humanities, Rachael Juskuv
Library Staff Publications, Presentations & Journal Articles
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Reading Her Queenly Coiffure: A Collaborative Approach To The Study Of Marie-Antoinette's Hairstyles, Hélène Bilis, Jenifer Bartle, Laura M. O'Brien, Ruth R. Rogers
ABO: Interactive Journal for Women in the Arts, 1640-1830
Four colleagues--a faculty member, a digital services librarian, a research librarian, and a curator of Special Collections--take turns describing their role in creating an undergraduate student project around an eighteenth-century almanac that belonged to Marie-Antoinette. In recounting the steps taken, the collaborative process, the student research, and the analysis of the contents of the Trésor des Grâces almanac, we share the lessons learned for completing a digital exhibit over the course of one semester.
Fake Or Visual Trickery? Understanding The Quantitative Visual Rhetoric In The News, 2018 California State University, Fresno
Fake Or Visual Trickery? Understanding The Quantitative Visual Rhetoric In The News, Rohit Mehta, Lynette Deaun Guzmán
Journal of Media Literacy Education
In online and video/television spaces, news media discourses incorporate multimodal design as a discursive move capable of steering meaning toward desirable implications. Around the 2016 U.S. presidential elections, while polarized news outlets made their positionality on the candidates obvious, more neutral or central news outlets revealed their preferences through subtle multimodal design choices. One of these design choices is using a quantitative visual rhetoric: persuasive multimodal moves that draw on quantification through visual, spatial, and textual manipulation—involving the choice of data representation, visual images, and illustrations, (im)balance between numeric and alphabetic texts, and general quantitative narrative ...
Examining Internet Usage Patterns On Socio-Economic Benefits Of Marginalised Communities: The Case Of Community Information Centres In Ghana, 2018 CSIR-INSTITUTE FOR SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
Examining Internet Usage Patterns On Socio-Economic Benefits Of Marginalised Communities: The Case Of Community Information Centres In Ghana, Stephen Bekoe, Kodjo Atiso, Daniel Azerikatoa Ayoung, Lucy Dzandu, Kennedy Kubuga Kumangkem
Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)
In this paper, we explore the socio-economic effects of internet use at the community information centres (CICs) on livelihoods in three regions of Ghana. Sustainable livelihood framework was used as a lens to understand the phenomena being studied. Primary and secondary data collection methods were used. Three CICs in three regions were purposively selected and qualitative research method was adopted for the study. The data were analysed using Nvivo. The findings showed that sending email information was largely the reason why people used the Internet. We found that through the Internet, people learn, develop new business ideas and expand the ...
My Experience At The Walrus, 2018 Western University
My Experience At The Walrus, Megan Levine
SASAH 4th Year Capstone and Other Projects: Presentations
Megan Levine interned at The Walrus for six weeks in the summer of 2017 as part of her Community Engaged Learning credit for SASAH. She worked in the Digital Editing department, and while there she was responsible for creating newsletters and problem solving issues that arose in the digital publication space, and she enjoyed the opportunity to learn from the distinguished authors at the magazine. Here, Megan reflects on her learnings while at The Walrus and shares how she developed personally and professionally through her internship.
Web-Based Archaeology And Collaborative Research, 2018 University of York
Web-Based Archaeology And Collaborative Research, Fabrizio Galeazzi, Heather Richards-Rissetto
Anthropology Faculty Publications
While digital technologies have been part of archaeology for more than fifty years, archaeologists still look for more efficient methodologies to integrate digital practices of fieldwork recording with data management, analysis, and ultimately interpretation.This Special Issue of the Journal of Field Archaeology gathers international scholars affiliated with universities, organizations, and commercial enterprises working in the field of Digital Archaeology. Our goal is to offer a discussion to the international academic community and practitioners. While the approach is interdisciplinary, our primary audience remains readers interested in web technology and collaborative platforms in archaeology
Mapping Colonial Interdependencies In Dutch Brazil: European Linen & Brasilianen Identity, 2018 Middlebury Collge
Mapping Colonial Interdependencies In Dutch Brazil: European Linen & Brasilianen Identity, Carrie Anderson
In Dutch Brazil, the Brasilianen were essential allies to the West India Company. To maintain this critical alliance, the Dutch presented them with gifts of linen, a fabric in high demand. Representations of Brasilianen wearing linen garments were pervasive and include an image on Joan Blaeu’s 1647 map of the Brazilian Captaincies of Rio Grande and Paraíba. Traditional interpretations of these linen-clad Brasilianen prioritize a center/periphery model; in contrast, I argue that these pictured linens document the interdependencies between the WIC and the Brasilianen, a position supported by digital maps plotting Dutch/indigenous exchanges.
Magis Brugge: Visualizing Marcus Gerards’ 16th-Century Map Through Its 21st-Century Digitization, 2018 Musea Brugge and Kenniscentrum vzw
Magis Brugge: Visualizing Marcus Gerards’ 16th-Century Map Through Its 21st-Century Digitization, Elien Vernackt
Marcus Gerards delivered his town plan of Bruges in 1562 and managed to capture the imagination of viewers ever since. The 21st century digitization project MAGIS Brugge, supported by the Flemish government, has helped to treat this map as a primary source worthy of examination itself, rather than as a decorative illustration for local history. A historical database was built on top of it, with the analytic method called ‘Digital Thematic Deconstruction.’ This enabled scholars to study formally overlooked details, like how it was that Gerards was able to balance the requirements of his patrons against his own needs ...
In The Loop: Fall 2018, 2018 DePaul University
In The Loop: Fall 2018
In The Loop
Letter from the Dean; Laugh Out Loud; Reel Rewind; Computer Science for All; The Truth Value Project; Seen and Heard; Bravo! Bravo!; Checkmate Cybercrimes; The Trendy Designer
Emerging Technical Services: The Vision Of The Committee On Technical Processing, 2018 University of Washington
Emerging Technical Services: The Vision Of The Committee On Technical Processing, Charlene Chou
Journal of East Asian Libraries
Due to the increasing demands of e-resources, manuscript/archives, born digital/digitized collections and digital humanities/digital scholarship, collection development has been diversified and metadata creation has to be strategic and dynamic. It is imperative that we have to follow international standards to create metadata for data sharing globally. Therefore, collaborative cataloging and training programs will definitely play a pivotal role to fulfill the goals of global collaboration and sharing in the long run. For meeting all these emerging demands, CTP (Committee on Technical Processing) would like to share the goals and work plans with the CEAL community, and welcome ...
Visualizing Scholarly Communication, 2018 Purdue University
Visualizing Scholarly Communication, Nina Collins, Matthew Hannah
Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations
University libraries across the country are investing in Digital Humanities and digital scholarship initiatives, providing support for research and teaching using digital tools and methods. Because digital scholarship offers scholars new ways to visualize and analyze their research, which communicates such research in new ways, it has clear lines of connection with scholarly communications. Combining these two unique areas of library activity offers opportunities for new library research by leveraging methods from DH to tackle problems in scholarly communications. Researchers at Purdue are collaborating on just such a project by applying digital tools to the analysis of predatory publishing. In ...
Intellectual Property Rights And New Media Art, 2018 University of Denver
Intellectual Property Rights And New Media Art, Heather Seneff
This paper addresses issues concerning new media art and intellectual property rights, especially in terms of nomenclature. What is new media art? The author examines new media and copyright law to discuss how intellectual property is determined to be copyrightable in terms of new technologies. What is the role of copyright in creativity? How can this role change when considering technologies and practices that eschew or circumvent copyright? Open source software and copyleft will be also addressed in this paper. Does originality change in the Age of Technology and what factors have influenced our concept of originality? The author will ...
Preserving The Layers: Storage And Metadata For Geographic Information Systems, 2018 Smith College
Preserving The Layers: Storage And Metadata For Geographic Information Systems, Jonathan D. Cartledge
This paper is an introduction to maps created with Geographic Information Systems, or, GIS. It describes the makeup and uses of these electronic maps and goes on to describe how this material is cataloged, utilizing CSDGM and ISO 19115 standards. The paper concludes by chronicling a couple of pilot projects conducted at Smith College to store, catalog and retrieve these files.
Basics Of Photogrammetry For Vr Professionals: 3d Visualization Of Cultural Heritage Objects, 2018 University of New Hampshire
Basics Of Photogrammetry For Vr Professionals: 3d Visualization Of Cultural Heritage Objects, Otto Luna
Photogrammetry, the process of creating 3D digital models from a series of 2D photographs, has the potential of making cultural heritage objects and collections more accessible. The low-cost and relatively easy-to-learn technique allows for the quick creation of highly-accurate 3D renderings of objects, from small statuettes, to entire buildings and historic sites. Several cultural heritage institutions, including the British Museum and the Smithsonian Institution are already employing photogrammetry to provide greater access to their collections. And the technique was a key topic of conversation at a conference on 2D and 3D photography held at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam in 2017 ...
2018 Vra State Of The Association Address, 2018 Dartmouth College
2018 Vra State Of The Association Address, Jen W. Green
During the 2018 Annual Business Meeting of the Visual Resources Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the president highlighted the accomplishments and challenges of the Association in a state of the association presentation. This article provides the transcript.