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Uma esquina de testemunhos, um projeto de memórias: a musealização do patrimônio cultural do Bar Ocidente

Oliveira, Priscila Chagas
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso Formato: application/pdf
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O Bar Ocidente está localizado na Rua João Telles, esquina com a Avenida Osvaldo Aranha, no centro do Bairro Bom Fim em Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil). Inaugurado em 3 de dezembro de 1980, 5 anos antes do fim da Ditadura Militar no Brasil, o Bar transformou-se rapidamente de um local marginalizado e “agitador” para o principal ponto alternativo de Porto Alegre, considerado Patrimônio Cultural da Cidade. Dessa forma, levando em consideração a importância cultural do Bar Ocidente e a participação da autora nos projetos “Bar Ocidente: Memória Cultural de Porto Alegre” e “Acessibilidade, Direitos Culturais e Preservação do Acervo do Bar Ocidente,” este trabalho buscou compreender como se deu o processo de musealização para a constituição do Acervo Digital Bar Ocidente levando em consideração a identidade cultural dos grupos urbanos frequentadores do Bar. Como objetivos, procurou-se identificar os sujeitos envolvidos nos Projetos e os critérios de seleção, incorporação e comunicação adotados, buscando também discutir como são representados os grupos frequentadores do Bar através das práticas de musealização empregadas. Por último discuti-se a representatividade do patrimônio digital recém-lançado na web como potencial comunicacional na área da Museologia. Este trabalho fez uso de uma metodologia de cunho qualitativo e como técnica de coleta de dados foram realizadas entrevistas do tipo semiestruturada e não diretiva...

O gosto do arquivo (digital) : documento, arquivo e evento históricos a partir do September 11th Digital Archive (2002 – 2013)

Silveira, Pedro Telles da
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso Formato: application/pdf
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Este trabalho procura estudar alguns dos desdobramentos do encontro entre conhecimento histórico e as novas tecnologias de mídia, em especial a internet. Ele toma como fio condutor a análise sobre os arquivos digitais surgidos na primeira década do século XXI, em especial o September 11th Digital Archive, que se originou em 2002 e se manteve ativo até o ano de 2007. Este e outros arquivos digitais, argumenta-se aqui, levantam problemas que modificam os próprios elementos base da atuação do historiador, tais como as noções de documento e evidência históricas, a concepção e a organização do arquivo e, por último, o entendimento do que é um evento histórico e sua relação com a narrativa e com o tempo presente. Neste sentido, esse trabalho procura problematizar e conceituar o impacto das tecnologias digitais sobre a historiografia e o que significa propriamente uma história digital.; The present study seeks to analyze some of the outcomings of the encounter between historical knowledge and new media technologies, especially the internet. It takes as its guiding line study of digital archives established in the first decade of the twenty-first century, more specifically the September 11th Digital Archive, which opened its site in 2002 and remained active until 2007. The main point of this work is that not only this but also other digital archives bring up discussions that change or challenge the very elements of the historical profession...

Management of the picture archiving and communications system archive at Texas Children’s Hospital

Blado, Maria Elissa E.
Fonte: Springer-Verlag Publicador: Springer-Verlag
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2001 Português
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As hospitals convert from conventional film-based imaging to picture archival and communications systems (PACS), methods for managing an enormous library of images must change considerably. While most hospitals are required to retain general, non-mammographic, radiologic images for 7 years beyond the examination date, our pediatric hospital must maintain images until the child’s eighteenth birthday, plus the 5-year statute of limitations. Although the physical extent of an electronic archive is tiny compared with a film archive, a long-range strategy is required to ensure that electronic images acquired today can be retrieved and viewed 23 years in the future. Challenges to the long-term stability of the electronic archive include the limited and uncertain shelf life of high-density electronic storage media, the finite maintainability of the electromechanical systems for reading the media, the short product lifetime of software for accessing the images, rapid development of higher density storage products, and the exponential advancement of computer and networking technology that fuels product obsolescence. Since we cannot assure the function of our current archive in two decades, we are committed to a continual process of migration of old electronic image data to newermedia and systems. As an early-adopter of PACS technology...

Digital Archive Policies and Trusted Digital Repositories

Smith, MacKenzie; Moore, Reagan W.
Fonte: Digital Curation Centre, UK Publicador: Digital Curation Centre, UK
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The MIT Libraries, the San Diego Supercomputer Center, and the University of California San Diego Libraries are conducting the PLEDGE Project to determine the set of policies that affect operational digital preservation archives and to develop standardized means of recording and enforcing them using rules engines. This has the potential to allow for automated assessment of "trustworthiness" of digital preservation archives. We are also evaluating the completeness of other efforts to define policies for digital preservation such as the RLG/NARA Trusted Digital Repository checklist and the PREMIS metadata schema. We present our results to date.; National Archives and Records Administration (US) under NSF cooperative agreement 0523307 through a supplement to SCI 0438741 and the NSF grant ITR 0427196.

Automated Validation of Trusted Digital Repository Assessment Criteria

Smith, MacKenzie
Fonte: Texas Digital Library Publicador: Texas Digital Library
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The RLG/NARA trusted digital repository (TDR) certification checklist defines a set of assessment criteria for preservation environments. The criteria can be mapped into data management policies that define how a digital preservation environment is operated. We explore how the enforcement of these management policies can be automated through their characterization as rules that control preservation services. By integrating a rule-based data management system with the DSpace digital archive system, we expect to demonstrate automated audits of the TDR checklist for a defined set of local policies. The system is sufficiently general that one can also demonstrate the completeness and self-consistency of preservation environments. This is the concept that all required preservation metadata are controlled by management policies, and that for each management policy the required preservation metadata are preserved.; National Archives and Records Administration under NSF cooperative agreement 0523307 through a supplement to SCI 0438741, "Cyberinfrastructure; From Vision to Reality"

Our Americas Archive Partnership (OAAP) Digital Archive

Our Americas Archive Partnership (OAAP) Digital Archive
Fonte: Our Americas Archive Partnership (OAAP) Digital Archive; Our Americas Archive Partnership (OAAP) Digital Archive ( Houston, Texas ) Publicador: Our Americas Archive Partnership (OAAP) Digital Archive; Our Americas Archive Partnership (OAAP) Digital Archive ( Houston, Texas )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: Digital Archive
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Includes links to educational materials from http://oaap.rice.edu/research.php to selected resources in Connexions, including: "Literary Skills and the Archive", "Print Culture in the Americas", "Travel Literature and History", "Using Historical Documents", and others.; Includes options for list, timeline, and map views for search results, http://oaap.rice.edu/results.php#timeline

European digital archive on soil maps (EuDASM): preserving important soil data for public free access

PANAGOS Panagiotis; JONES Arwyn; BOSCO CLAUDIO; KUMAR S.
Fonte: TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD Publicador: TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
Tipo: Articles in Journals Formato: Online
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Historical soil survey paper maps are valuable resources that underpin strategies to support soil protection and promote sustainable land use practices, especially in developing countries where digital soil information is often missing. However, many of the soil maps, in particular those for developing countries, are held in traditional archives that are not easily accessible to potential users. Additionally, many of these documents are over 50 years old and are beginning to deteriorate. Realising the need to conserve this information, the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the ISRIC-World Soil Information foundation have created the European Digital Archive of Soil Maps (EuDASM), through which all archived paper maps of ISRIC has been made accessible to the public through the Internet. The immediate objective is to transfer paper-based soil maps into a digital format with the maximum possible resolution and to ensure their preservation and easy disclosure. More than 6,000 maps from 135 countries have been captured and are freely available to users through a user-friendly web-based interface. Initial feedback has been very positive, especially from users in Africa, South America and Asia to whom archived soil maps were made available to local users...

Update on Research Now: Cross-Training for Digital Scholarship

Courtney, Angela; Dalmau, Michelle
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Collections Services Publicador: Indiana University Digital Collections Services
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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In preparation for the opening of the Indiana University Libraries??? Scholars??? Commons, staff from across the libraries including, Collection Development & Scholarly Communication, Library Technologies, Reference Services, and Arts & Humanities, will engage in an extended, hands-on learning project known as Research Now: Cross Training for Digital Scholarship. Our project team will develop a digital archive tentatively called The History of the Indiana University Libraries, which is conceived as a comprehensive, multimedia, and perpetual digital archive documenting the earliest days of the Indiana University (IU) Libraries through present times. The archive will serve as an engaged learning opportunity for first-year, front line Scholars??? Commons staff as we retool our skills and knowledge in preparation for the opening of the Scholars??? Commons. The project aims to: consolidate two parallel web sites that cover the history of the IU Libraries by migrating the existing content into services such as Archives Online, Image Collections Online, and other services for long-term digital preservation and access digitize and describe existing content (35 mm slides, photographs, manuscripts, newspaper clippings and other ephemeral materials and objects) held by Lou Malcomb...

Tom Thomas Remembered: A Digital TOC to the Digital Archive; TOC

McFadden, Sue
Fonte: Indiana University East Campus Library Archives Publicador: Indiana University East Campus Library Archives
Tipo: Outros
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This document provides link access to the digital artifacts in the collection. It is a digital Table of Contents or TOC.; Indiana University East Campus Library Archives

Digital Video Scholarship: Discussions about Collecting and Using Field Work Video

Cowan, Will
Fonte: Indiana University Digital Library Program Publicador: Indiana University Digital Library Program
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The primary examples will be video collected in the Ethnographic Video for Instruction and Analysis Digital Archive project but I won't really focus on technical issues. I plan to discuss issues about these videos involving Intellectual Property, the rights of the groups being filmed, what does "public access" mean and do we really want it for video used for scholarship, revealing "raw" data versus a finished product, the scholarly process of working with and presenting video vs. more traditional methods of scholarship, what does video on the internet mean for traditional pedagogy and is there even such a thing as video scholarship involving field video or other video shot by the scholar and can we arrive at a consensus about the value of such an endeavor. These issues have all been discussed as part of the EVIADA project at one time or another and the project team has attempted to solve some of them. I plan to share some of those solutions as well as pose some questions we don't have answers for yet.

RAM at FIU; Haitian Art Digital Archive

RAM; Liesl Picard
Fonte: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL ) Publicador: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL )
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LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Toussaint Interview; Haitian Art Digital Archive

Liesl Picard
Fonte: Universidade da Flórida Publicador: Universidade da Flórida
Tipo: moving image
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LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Gerard Fortune Interview - Gallery walk through with the artist; Haitian Art Digital Archive

Liesl Picard
Fonte: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Port-au-Prince, Haiti ) Publicador: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Port-au-Prince, Haiti )
Tipo: moving image
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LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Michel Philippe Lerebours; Haitian Art Digital Archive

Michel Philippe Lerebours ( Interviewee ); Picard, Liesl ( Interviewer )
Fonte: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL ) Publicador: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL )
Tipo: moving image
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LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Emerante De Pradines; Haitian Art Digital Archive

Emerante De Pradines ( Interviewee ); Picard, Liesl ( Interviewer )
Fonte: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL ) Publicador: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL )
Tipo: moving image
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LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Erol Josue; Haitian Art Digital Archive

Josue, Erol ( Interviewee ); Picard, Liesl ( Interviewer )
Fonte: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL ) Publicador: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL )
Tipo: moving image
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LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Arnold Antonin; Haitian Art Digital Archive

Antonin, Arnold ( Speaker )
Fonte: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL ) Publicador: Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University; Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University ( Miami, FL )
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Lecture by Arnold Antonin, Film Director and Owner, Arnold Antonin Films, Haiti. Conducted in Haitian Creole. Part of LACC's 15th Annual Haitian Summer Institute Lecture Series. Part of LACC's FLAC Lecture Series. Sponsored by LACC.; LACC's Haitian Art Digital Archive (HADA) contributes to the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University's ongoing efforts to help preserve Haitian cultural patrimony, highlight the work of Haiti's cultural leaders, scholars and artists, and promote broad access to discussions about the Arts through the use of Haitian Creole. All content is available for free through the Digital Library of the Caribbean and may be accessed from across the globe. HADA is made possible through partial support from the US Department of Education Title VI Grant.

Discovery & Born-Digital Archiving: Open Source Systems for Preservation and Access

Cooper, L. Bryan; Perez Martinez, Margarita
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
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The Everglades Explorer (EE) portal at http://ee.fiu.edu continues to evolve with the addition of the Internet Archive's Archive-It, and future planned alignment with the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). The reasons for the development of the portal continue to exist, as originally perceived four years ago. Adaptations to ongoing change and system testing continues, and the use of Archive-It has broad institutional potential beyond EE. Cross-walking skills continue to grown, and will benefit future syndication and discovery system integration. The metadata normalization and harmonization will help save time for the end-user. Preservation and access to learning and research resources for the Greater Everglades Watershed -- stretching from the Kissimmee River Basin to the Florida Keys -- can continue to expand.

D2D: Digital Archive to MPEG-21 DIDL

Manepalli, Suchitra; Manepalli, Giridhar; Nelson, Michael L.
Fonte: Universidade Cornell Publicador: Universidade Cornell
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Digital Archive to MPEG-21 DIDL (D2D) analyzes the contents of the digital archive and produces an MPEG-21 Digital Item Declaration Language (DIDL) encapsulating the analysis results. DIDL is an extensible XML-based language that aggregates resources and the metadata. We provide a brief report on several analysis techniques applied on the digital archive by the D2D and provide an evaluation of its run-time performance.; Comment: 28 pages, 8 figures

Finding scientific articles in a large digital archive: BioStor and the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Roderic Page
Fonte: Nature Preceedings Publicador: Nature Preceedings
Tipo: Manuscript
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The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) is a large digital archive of legacy biological literature, comprising over 31 million pages scanned from books, monographs, and journals. During the digitisation process basic metadata about the scanned items is recorded, but not article-level metadata. Given that the article is the standard unit of citation, this makes it difficult to locate cited literature in BHL. Adding the ability to easily find articles in BHL would greatly enhance the value of the archive. A service was developed to locate articles in BHL based on matching article metadata to BHL metadata using approximate string matching, regular expressions, and string alignment. This article finding service is exposed as a standard OpenURL resolver on the BioStor web site "http://biostor.org/openurl/":http://biostor.org/openurl/. This resolver can be used on the web, or called by bibliographic tools that support OpenURL. BioStor provides tools for extracting, annotating, and visualising articles from the Biodiversity Heritage Library. BioStor is available from "http://biostor.org/":http://biostor.org/.