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Web annotation has a lot of potential for scholarly research but current tools have several big limitations. At the Humanities Cluster of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences we are developing a scholarly web annotation tool that allows different types of fine-grained annotations on objects of any media type and combining manual and algorithmic annotations.

Web annotation has a lot of potential for scholarly research but current tools have several big limitations. At the Humanities Cluster of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences we are developing a scholarly web annotation tool that allows different types of fine-grained annotations on objects of any media type and combining manual and algorithmic annotations.

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Scholary Web Annotation - HuC Live 2018

  1. 1. Scholarly Web Annotation HuC Live - 12/12/2018 - Compagnietheater, Amsterdam Marijn Koolen
  2. 2. Annotation is a Scholarly Primitive
  3. 3. Source: http://cdn8.openculture.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/kubrick-shining-text-1.jpg
  4. 4. Source: https://medium.com/@tom.crane/beyond-the-viewer-fragments-and-links-in-annotation-space-b3284e25f34
  5. 5. https://frametrail.org/images/frametrail-ui.jpeg
  6. 6. Challenges
  7. 7. Copyright Collections
  8. 8. Implementation: Jaap Blom (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision)
  9. 9. Mixed Media
  10. 10. Interoperability
  11. 11. Melgar, Koolen, Huurdeman & Blom. A Process model of Scholarly Media Annotation (ACM CHIIR 2017) Annotation across Research Phases
  12. 12. Innovations
  13. 13. source: https://clariah.github.io/mediasuite-blog/blog/2018/08/27/screening-desmet Annotating and Linking Multiple Objects
  14. 14. About the media object: this page has navigation buttons at the top
  15. 15. About the media object: this page has navigation buttons at the top About a translation in a digital edition: I think this should be “horse races”
  16. 16. About the media object: this page has navigation buttons at the top About a translation in a digital edition: I think this should be “horse races” About the letter content: Van Gogh attended school here
  17. 17. Context of Creation
  18. 18. Opportunities
  19. 19. Annotations to Train Cultural AI
  20. 20. Acknowledgements • Joint research and co-development with • Liliana Melgar (University of Amsterdam) • Peter Boot (Huygns ING) • Jaap Blom (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision) • Ronald Haentjens Dekker (KNAW HuC) • Han Sloetjes (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) • John P. Bell (Dartmouth College) • Hugo Huurdeman (Timeless Futures) • Joscha Jäger (Filmic Web, FrameTrail) • Gaudenz Halter (University of Zurich) • Niels-Oliver Walkoskwi (Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der W.) • Mark Hall (Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg)

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