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* {{Wp|Negative (photography)|Negatives}} as sets of pictures depending on technology for copy ({{Wp|Exposure (photography)|exposure}}, {{Wp|Contrast (vision)|contrast}}, material ...)
 
* {{Wp|Negative (photography)|Negatives}} as sets of pictures depending on technology for copy ({{Wp|Exposure (photography)|exposure}}, {{Wp|Contrast (vision)|contrast}}, material ...)
 
* Digitization (+publication) as part of stewardship
 
* Digitization (+publication) as part of stewardship
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== Remarks ==
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* [[#Cultural Memory Organizations|Cultural Memory Organizations]]
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** {{Wp|Intangible cultural heritage}}: more potential for preservation in Digital Age
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* [[#Museums|Museums]]
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** interpretative role of scholars ↔ complexity/abundance/interdependence of cultural reality/context
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*** validation/evaluation/review of data/information from sources outside museums (outsiders, visitors, private collectors, Web 2.0 collaboration = outside of scholarly expertise)
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*** using experience from Wikipedia (no specific role by affiliation to tradional "knowledge" organizations like cultural memory organizations or universities) for validation/evaluation/review process:<ref>cf.
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* {{Wp|Wikipedia:Editorial oversight and control}}
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* {{Wp|Wikipedia:Neutral point of view}}
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* [[Museum Documentation and Wikipedia.de]], Th. Tunsch: [http://www.archimuse.com/mw2007/papers/tunsch/tunsch.html ''Museum Documentation and Wikipedia.de: Possibilities, opportunities and advantages for scholars and museums'']. In J. Trant and D. Bearman (eds). ''Museums and the Web 2007: Proceedings.'' Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, published March 31, 2007 at [http://www.archimuse.com/mw2007/papers/tunsch/tunsch.html http://www.archimuse.com/mw2007/papers/tunsch/tunsch.html]</ref>
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***# Data/Information (from ''outsider'') &rArr; Museum
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***# '''How do you know?''' &lArr; Museum (asks ''outsider'')
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***# Repeat if necessary, documentation of origin (reference)
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** accessibility of collections and information about collections
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** connecting existing information
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:04, September 15, 2008

Stewardship and Cultural Memory Organizations in the Digital Age was the subject at the Friday Afternoon Seminar (UC Berkeley School of Information) held by Clifford Lynch on September 12th, 2008.

Notes

  • Digital content
    • Files
    • Database records
    • Games
  • Stewardship
    • Objectives
    • Roles
    • Responsibilities

Cultural Memory Organizations

History

  • Royal collections → national collections
  • Printing, publishing, copyright
    • More techniques (~mid 19th c.): photography, audio recording

Museums

  • focused on exhibitions
    • ↔ similarity and difference in collections
      • easier with surrogates/replicates
      • cf. publication of parts of manuscripts in different collections worldwide
  • projects possible due to digitization
  • Importance of interoperability and standards
  • Collections and limited institutional knowledge + role of "outsiders"

Replication, Digitization, Surrogates

  • 2-, 3-dimensional
  • Negatives as sets of pictures depending on technology for copy (exposure, contrast, material ...)
  • Digitization (+publication) as part of stewardship

Remarks

  • Cultural Memory Organizations
  • Museums
    • interpretative role of scholars ↔ complexity/abundance/interdependence of cultural reality/context
      • validation/evaluation/review of data/information from sources outside museums (outsiders, visitors, private collectors, Web 2.0 collaboration = outside of scholarly expertise)
      • using experience from Wikipedia (no specific role by affiliation to tradional "knowledge" organizations like cultural memory organizations or universities) for validation/evaluation/review process:[3]
        1. Data/Information (from outsider) ⇒ Museum
        2. How do you know? ⇐ Museum (asks outsider)
        3. Repeat if necessary, documentation of origin (reference)
    • accessibility of collections and information about collections
    • connecting existing information

References

  1. Codex Sinaiticus
  2. cf. Dead Sea scrolls (Wikisource)
  3. cf.

External links

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