Making the LEAP: linking electronic archives and electronic publications Julian Richards University of York Digital Data M...
Overview: the LEAP Project <ul><li>A project to investigate novel ways to combine the interpretive analysis of publication...
Context: the Archaeology Data Service
Standard Digital Archives “ The residues left over from the publication process...”
Background Joined up e-publication and archives Slow adoption of e-publication from the Arts & Humanities sector Tradition...
Primary Aims Investigate potential using 4 exemplars of multi-layered e-publications & e-archives
Secondary Aims <ul><li>Provide novel and imaginative forms of dissemination </li></ul><ul><li>Investigate how e-publicatio...
Editorial Questions How far do e-archives need the level of quality control required for an e-publication? How is peer rev...
Citation Questions How should e-archives &  e-publications be referenced?
Copyright Questions Do the copyright issues of published material translate to archived material?
Sustainability Questions How far are tailored interfaces capable of long-term preservation?
Culture Change What changes will need to be made to the preparation process? Will the community accept it? Research Publis...
Exemplars <ul><li>Exemplars selected based on: </li></ul><ul><li>academic significance, </li></ul><ul><li>potential of val...
Whittlewood
Whittlewood
TAESP
TAESP
Silchester
Silchester
MERV
MERV
MERV
MERV
The Future… <ul><ul><li>Exemplar 1 : The Shala Valley Project, Northern Albania - Michael L. Galaty (Millsaps College, Jac...
Making the LEAP: linking e-archives and e-publications Julian Richards [email_address] Stuart Jeffrey [email_address] Judi...
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The aim of the LEAP project (http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/project/leap/) was to investigate novel ways in which electronic publication over the Internet can provide broad access to research findings in the Arts and Humanities, and can also make underlying data available in such a way so that readers are enabled to 'drill down' seamlessly into online archives to test interpretations and develop their own conclusions. The LEAP project used the existing publishing infrastructure of the e-journal Internet Archaeology and preservation systems of the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) to provide sustainable exemplars of multi-layered e-publications and e-archives. Users can experience the project outputs from either the publication or archive level, and navigate seamlessly between the two. With funding from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation we are now developing a follow-up project, a Transatlantic LEAP, which will include linkages to US-based digital archives.

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Making the Leap (Julian Richards)

  1. 1. Making the LEAP: linking electronic archives and electronic publications Julian Richards University of York Digital Data Management in Archaeology Brussels, Nov 9, 2009
  2. 2. Overview: the LEAP Project <ul><li>A project to investigate novel ways to combine the interpretive analysis of publications with the underlying archival data </li></ul><ul><li>Internet Archaeology provides the electronic publishing; ADS the online archive </li></ul>Winner of the British Archaeological Awards - Best Archaeological Innovation 2008.
  3. 3. Context: the Archaeology Data Service
  4. 4. Standard Digital Archives “ The residues left over from the publication process...”
  5. 5. Background Joined up e-publication and archives Slow adoption of e-publication from the Arts & Humanities sector Traditional paradigm can be improved upon Potential for researchers & consumers unrealised
  6. 6. Primary Aims Investigate potential using 4 exemplars of multi-layered e-publications & e-archives
  7. 7. Secondary Aims <ul><li>Provide novel and imaginative forms of dissemination </li></ul><ul><li>Investigate how e-publications can be interactive, multi-layered and underpinned by supporting data </li></ul><ul><li>Look at how multiple forms of dissemination can be used for different audiences </li></ul><ul><li>Explore questions of linking between distributed archives and e-publications </li></ul>
  8. 8. Editorial Questions How far do e-archives need the level of quality control required for an e-publication? How is peer review to be deployed? How is intellectual credit given?
  9. 9. Citation Questions How should e-archives & e-publications be referenced?
  10. 10. Copyright Questions Do the copyright issues of published material translate to archived material?
  11. 11. Sustainability Questions How far are tailored interfaces capable of long-term preservation?
  12. 12. Culture Change What changes will need to be made to the preparation process? Will the community accept it? Research Publish Dissemination
  13. 13. Exemplars <ul><li>Exemplars selected based on: </li></ul><ul><li>academic significance, </li></ul><ul><li>potential of value-added by the ability to drill down from synthesis to primary data, </li></ul><ul><li>ability to deliver within the project timescale, and </li></ul><ul><li>inter-disciplinarity. </li></ul>
  14. 14. Whittlewood
  15. 15. Whittlewood
  16. 16. TAESP
  17. 17. TAESP
  18. 18. Silchester
  19. 19. Silchester
  20. 20. MERV
  21. 21. MERV
  22. 22. MERV
  23. 23. MERV
  24. 24. The Future… <ul><ul><li>Exemplar 1 : The Shala Valley Project, Northern Albania - Michael L. Galaty (Millsaps College, Jackson, MS), Wayne E. Lee (University of North Carolina) and Charles Watkinson (American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Princeton) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Exemplar 2 : Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí, Panamá - Karen Holmberg (Columbia University) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Exemplar 3 : The BTC Pipeline Archaeological Excavations in Azerbaijan - Paul Taylor (Smithsonian Museum) and David Maynard (Landsker Archaeology) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Exemplar 4 : Strategies for developing a next-generation virtual museum using close range scanning - Fred Limp (University of Arkansas) </li></ul></ul>Making the LEAP II: a Transatlantic LEAP
  25. 25. Making the LEAP: linking e-archives and e-publications Julian Richards [email_address] Stuart Jeffrey [email_address] Judith Winters [email_address] Michael Charno [email_address] Stewart Waller [email_address]

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