LIS 670 Spring 2013


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Posters for Fashion archives project and Linked Open Data project.

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LIS 670 Spring 2013

  1. 1. Historical Context gives insights into the designer, culture and design limitations/innovations. Educational Content can assist users in finding new connections and related information. — Institutions of Note: Discoverability Features such as keyword boxes, faceted searching image searching, timelines, and related content help users find information, remain on the website in order to browse, as well as ensure that all facets of the institution’s resources are being utilized.—Institutions of Note: Collaboration with other institutions local and international will increase the content and diversity of the digital archive, as well as result in the efficient and thorough dissemination of knowledge.— Institutions of Note: Intelligent Interface Design is necessary in order to draw users to the website. Once there a clean, simple and easy to use interface will encourage users to linger longer, facilitating the dissemination of knowledge and increasing traffic.— Institutions of Note: •V&A Fashion •Valentino Museum •Vogue •The Costume Institute •Kent State University Museum •VADS •André Studios •Bata Shoe Museum •Valentino Museum •V&A Fashion •VADS •Kent State University Museum •Vogue •The Costume Institute •V&A Fashion •Valentino Museum •VADS •VADS •André Studios FIT/NYPL •Vogue UK “Fashions fade, style is eternal.” ~YSL
  2. 2. Linked Open Data for Cultural Heritage: Evolution of an Information Technology Cultural Heritage: Description & Access Pratt SILS LIS 670 – Spring 2013 Prof. Cristina Pattuelli Julia Marden– Carolyn Li-Madeo Jeff Edelstein – Noreen Whysel Lola Galla– Alison Rhonemus Developing Datasets Release one or more datasets in linked open format, expressed as RDF triples, that others may use. Projects: Library of Congress; Pan- Canadian Documentary Heritage Network Linking Data Cultural heritage institutions link their datasets to others (e.g., DBpedia, VIAF, GeoNames) to enhance discovery and reuse of their collections. Projects: Hungarian National Library; Civil War 150; Linking Lives; Bibliothèque national de France Documenting Processes for Reuse Explain linked open data and ways that cultural heritage professionals can use datasets. Projects: New York Times; Deutsche National Bibliothek Developing User Interfaces Institutional or collaborative projects use the datasets to develop applications , including interfaces, visualizations, and augmented reality. Projects: Pan-Canadian Documentary Heritage Network; Agora; Amsterdam Mobile City App; Linked Jazz Promoting Reuse Institutions go beyond the creation of their own test projects, encouraging users to develop innovative applications. Projects: Open Cultuur Data, EUScreen Expanding the Definition of Cultural Heritage Efforts from outside the cultural heritage framework, such as government agencies and international aid organizations, can serve to strengthen societies and their cultural institutions. Project: Open Data for Resilience Initiative