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Stanford University SALT Project 2007 - 2009

Stanford University SALT Project 2007 - 2009

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  • 1. Self Archiving Legacy Toolkit (SALT) Computer-assisted Semantic Annotation of Scientific Life Works Will Snow, Project Manager wdsnow-EE77@stanfordalumni.org
  • 2. The problem   Preservation and access of the “papers” of distinguished faculty (Luminaries)   Adding “context and content” implies rapid preparation for the Luminary
  • 3. The opportunity   Living Luminaries   The Internet Image: New York Times Photograph from the Year in Ideas by Zachary Scott December 12, 2004.
  • 4. SALT end-to-end   Semi-automated organization of “papers”   Make available via the next-gen Internet   Elicit new knowledge and meaning • Born-digital workflow • Auto entity extraction • Concept mapping • Archival Tools
  • 5. SALT vs. traditional archiving   SALT will engage earlier with the Luminary   Encouraging participation by the “record maker”   Processes born-digital material and physical   Creates a “hybrid” representation   Largely automated process   Speed and scalability   Rich and findable content   Online links are inherent   “Snap to Grid”
  • 6. SALT Workflow   Semi-automatic workflow creates representation for proofing   Results in preservation and access
  • 7. Content   Born digital files are normalized to PDF   Metadata extracted electronically   Scanned physical documents incorporated
  • 8. Auto Tag Documents
  • 9. Faceted Browser   Automatic tags used to create “facets”   Enables filtered search and pivoting
  • 10. Snap to Grid   Tags distilled with automatic synonyms   Links to online “name authority”
  • 11. Edit Tools   For Luminary, Archivist, Legal   Snap to Grid and clean up
  • 12. Visualization of Legacy   Tags auto-generate visualization   The Luminary may edit, add connections
  • 13. Visualization of Legacy   Automated generation of timeline
  • 14. Pathway   The Luminary may draw a Pathway   An annotation may be recorded and linked
  • 15. Mash Ups, Network Effect   Linked knowledge appears in mash ups   Thinkbase shows a visualization of links
  • 16. Mash Ups, Network Effect   Genealogy of Influence viewer
  • 17. Mash Ups, Network Effect   Powerset indexes all of Freebase   Results yield names, dates, concepts
  • 18. Mash Ups, Network Effect   Parallax is a public faceted browser
  • 19. Serving the Patron   Typical scholar, student starts with search
  • 20. Serving the Patron   Key Archive docs may appear in results
  • 21. Serving the Patron   The Patron is led to a faceted search
  • 22. Stanford Luminary Archives   SALT enables our own Collections   Links to other institutions   Pivot through information   Paths of influence   Progression of ideas   Network of innovation
  • 23. Call to action   For questions or next steps… Self Archiving Legacy Toolkit Computer-assisted Semantic Annotation of Scientific Life Works Will Snow wdsnow-EE77@stanfordalumni.org doodle from http://accuracyandaesthetics.com