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Monasterium.net

  1. 1. Monasterium.net The Medieval Charters Web Portal 1. Monasterium.net 2. Operations within theAntonella Ambrosio Digital Archives 3. Monasterium.net Benefits
  2. 2. 1. Monasterium.net What is it Monasterium.net? A huge digital resource to the European medieval documentation  More than 200.000 online charters  80 Digital Archives  11 European Countries Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  3. 3. 1. Monasterium.net What is it a Digital Archive? It is a virtual representation of an archive made of charters pictures and their data (e.g., abstracts, critical edition, further info). (Andrea Zorzi 2003; Patrick Sahle 2007) Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  4. 4. 1. Monasterium.net The Monasterium.net Digital Archive Workflow Inspection Digitisation Riproductions Rename files Data Processing XML encoding Photos and Data to Icarus Online Publishing Data MOM-CA Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  5. 5. 1. Monasterium.net Goal: Getting close and Knowing Monasterium.net How?  Available operations over medieval charters on the Digital Archives  Benefits for Archives, Universities, Scholars Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  6. 6. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives Available Operations on Monasterium.net Analyzing charters: pictures Describing charters: editing data XML encoding: markup Web surfing among the Digital Archives: searching Finding historical information: consulting, obtaining, printing Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  7. 7. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives Analyzing charters: pictures Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  8. 8. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives Describing Charters: Editing Data Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  9. 9. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives The EditMOM tool It is an XML editor  Created by BENJAMIN BURKARD Implemented by the University of Cologne about medieval charters  Based on the Charter Encoding Initiative international description standards (CEI – www.cei.uni-muenchen.de) (B. Burkard 2007; 2009) Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  10. 10. Markup2. Operations within the Digital Archives (XML encoding) Interoperability of XML Encoded data XML medieval charters encoding is essential to treat the online historical resources and to do digital editions (Michele Ansani 1999; Georg Vogeler 2005) Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  11. 11. 2. Operations within the The XML Encoding Digital Archives of a charter by Pope Honorius III Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  12. 12. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives “Markup” with EditMOM Tool is easy and intuitive Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  13. 13. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives Finding Historical Information: consulting, obtaining, printing  Easily consulting existing data within each archive  Advanced way of consulting: web surfing among the archives Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  14. 14. 2. Operations within the Digital Archives Easily Consulting existing data within each archive Image Zoom Date Abstract tradition, conservation conditions, publications etc. Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  15. 15. 2. Operations within the An advanced way of Consulting: Digital Archives Searching Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  16. 16. 3. Monasterium.net Benefits Monasterium.net Benefits Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  17. 17. 3. Monasterium.net Benefits Benefits for Users  Chance of searching and studying in a free multilingual web portal  Chance of consulting about 200.000 charters and their data  Chance of using online tools with historical, paleographical and diplomatist learning (Ambrosio 2009)  Chance of contributing to the construction of an European common knowledge Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25
  18. 18. 3. Monasterium.net Benefits Benefits for the archive Construction Assisting and counselling activity during the workflow to the creation of the digital archive Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden 2011/07/
  19. 19. 3. Monasterium.net Benefits Benefits for the archive Online publication  Using services offered by Monasterium.net (storing and managing online pictures and data)  Viewing online your own charters heritage  Chance to present your own charters heritage in an technologically advanced way  Opportunity of working at the editing in a creative and innovative way Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/
  20. 20. 3. Monasterium.net Benefits Benefits for the archive Relations Cooperating and sharing projects (easy access to European project), ideas and experiences with other bodies Chance to freely use photos and data in other context, e.g. supranational projects  Ability in contributing to build an European common knowledge Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/
  21. 21. Thank you for the attention you paid!Antonella AmbrosioHistorical Disciplines DepartementUniversity of Naples – Federico IIENArC Project managerMonasterium South Italy CoordinatorICARUS Vice-president antonella.ambrosio@unina.it info@monasterium-italia.net Monasterium.net – The Medieval Antonella Ambrosio Charters Web Portal Dresden, 2011/07/25

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