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net lab Theme 2 DIGHUMLAB Launch 10 September 2012:1315

  1. 1. Media toolsTHE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 1STUDIES NetLab
  2. 2. Two types of mediated communication Media tools  Digitized versions of radio and television  Materials published on the internetTHE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 2STUDIES NetLab
  3. 3. Why and what?Radio, Television and Internet  Important parts of 20th and 21st centuries cultural heritage  Digitized Radio and TV archives allow both broader public use and an array of new research methods — headed by Associate Professor Per Jauert  Internet materials need to be archived ’on the fly’  Digital archives are goldmines, which call for new methods THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 3 STUDIES NetLab
  4. 4. Digital Humanities? Digital physics, printed humanities?Digital humanities?  Digital physics? Oral Humanities? Printed Humanities? Televised humanities?  Humanities concerned with a growing variety of differently materialised cultural expressions, digital ones included? THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 4 STUDIES NetLab
  5. 5. The computer and digital mediaThe computer and IT dissolved into digital media  Different kinds of digital devices, architectures and interfaces  Developed to and used for all sorts of social, cultural an political purposes  By human beings, citizens, and professional experts from all disciplines, all sorts of institutions and areas in society THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 5 STUDIES NetLab
  6. 6. The NetLab projectWhat is NetLab?  A research infrastructure project for the study of internet materials  Research-driven projects  Make the internet research infrastructure available to scholars from other disciplines THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 6 STUDIES NetLab
  7. 7. Digital materialsDigital research infrastructures  The material to be analyzed in a digital form  The digital tools to analyze the material and to convey the result THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 7 STUDIES NetLab
  8. 8. Digital materials Digitized Previously analog material which has been digitized. Born-digital Has never existed in any other form than digital. Reborn-digital Born-digital material which has been collected and preserved, and which to some degree has been changed in this process.THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 8STUDIES NetLab
  9. 9. Four illustrationsWhat could a research driven development of aninternet research infrastructure look like? 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 …… 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 1223 THE CEN TRE FO R IN TERN ET STUDIES N iels O le Finnema nn & N iels Brügger 7 N etLab THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 9 STUDIES NetLab
  10. 10. A net archive corpus for education, learning, and training Restricted access to the internet archive  A corpus for students to allow for learning, training, studying and recruitment of future researchers. ☺  The alternative: To send Danish students abroad to learn the methods…☹ Corpus for trainingOpen for the public? THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 10 STUDIES NetLab
  11. 11. Network Analysis of the Danish parliamentary Elections 2007-2011 Network Analysis on the Web  Analysis of hyperlinks  Centrality is a function of the number of in-links THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 11 STUDIES NetLab
  12. 12. Network Analysis of the Danish parliamentary Elections 2007-2011 Network of Parliamentary members, 28 August 2011 THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 12 STUDIES NetLab
  13. 13. Network Analysis of the Danish parliamentary Elections 2007-2011 Network of Parliamentary members, 15 Sept. 2011 THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 13 STUDIES NetLab
  14. 14. The internet of the Danes 2009The favourite websites of the Danes  A survey made in 2009  The long tail: the 50 most visited sites represent less than 5% of the sites mentioned as favourites THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 14 STUDIES NetLab
  15. 15. The internet of the Danes 2009No. of respondents 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 …… No. of 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43 45 47 1223 sites Favourite sites THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 15 STUDIES NetLab
  16. 16. The internet of the Danes 2009How to see the favourite websites of 2009?  The only place to see the content of the preferred websites is netarkivet.dk  Test the netarchive in several respects  Analyse the favourite patterns  Develop methods and add to a permanent research infrastructure THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 16 STUDIES NetLab
  17. 17. Digital Footprints How to study private material shared by internet users, for instance on Facebook?THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 17STUDIES NetLab
  18. 18. Digital Footprints  easy to use tool  fetch closed Facebook data with user consent  search, sort, and filter the material  map and discuss questions about privacy and research ethicsBy Anja Bechmann & Peter Vahlstrup THE CENTRE FOR INTERNET Niels Ole Finnemann & Niels Brügger 18 STUDIES NetLab

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