SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles                                    Robert Sanderson                                ...
Overview•    Motivation•    SharedCanvas Model•    Examples•    Distributed Approach                    SharedCanvas: Coll...
MotivationMany repositories of digitized books,  manuscripts and other culturally  important objects.Just as many home-gro...
VisionA collaborative future:    •  Rich landscape of interconnected       repositories of images, texts, media    •  Seam...
Naïve Approach: Transcribe Images Directly           SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            5    Books in Brows...
Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR                        SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles     ...
Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR            Fold A Open                        SharedCanvas: Collab...
Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR            Fold A Open                  Fold A and B Open         ...
Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR            Fold A Open                  Fold A and B Open   f. iii...
Canvas Paradigm•  A Canvas is an empty space in which to build up a display•  A SharedCanvass top left and bottom right co...
Painting the Canvas?Requirements:   •  Need to allow distributed association of resources with the      Canvas, or part of...
Annotations to Paint Images       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            12Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2...
Annotations to Paint Text       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            13Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 201...
Open Annotation•  http://www.openannotation.org/•  Focus on interoperable sharing of annotations     •  Web-centric and op...
Base Open Annotation Model•  Annotation      (a document)•  Body            (the ‘comment’ of the annotation)•  Target    ...
Transcription: Morgan 804       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            16Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 201...
Transcription: Morgan 804       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            17Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 201...
SharedCanvas Implementation       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            18Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2...
Musical Manuscripts: Parker CCC 008        SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            19 Books in Browsers 11, 28th...
SharedCanvas Implementation       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            20Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2...
Marginalia and Annotations       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            21Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 20...
Where are Annotations Stored?       SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            22Books in Browsers 11, 28th October...
Publish/Subscribe Method: Publishpublish                 SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles            23          Boo...
Publish/Subscribe Method: Subscribepublish                  subscribe                  SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimi...
Publish/Subscribe Method: Consumepublish                 subscribe                                  consume               ...
SummaryModel:   •  Canvas paradigm provides a coherent solution to modeling the      layout of medieval manuscripts   •  A...
Thank You                                            Robert Sanderson                                                 rsan...
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Books in Browsers / SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles

  1. 1. SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles Robert Sanderson rsanderson@lanl.gov Los Alamos National Laboratory Benjamin Albritton blalbrit@stanford.edu Stanford University http://www.shared-canvas.org/ This presentation arises from work funded, in part, by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 1 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  2. 2. Overview•  Motivation•  SharedCanvas Model•  Examples•  Distributed Approach SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 2 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  3. 3. MotivationMany repositories of digitized books, manuscripts and other culturally important objects.Just as many home-grown page turning websites, apps and programs.Just as many models and descriptive formats.Medieval manuscripts are often held at multiple locations, only exist in fragments, may be only partially digitized, … Ms MurF: 10.5076/e-codices-kba-0003 SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 3 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  4. 4. VisionA collaborative future: •  Rich landscape of interconnected repositories of images, texts, media •  Seamless user interfaces disconnected from those repositories •  Improved efficiency and usability through open, shared developmentRequirements: •  Shared Data Model •  Shared services BNF f.fr 113, folio 1 recto SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 4 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  5. 5. Naïve Approach: Transcribe Images Directly SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 5 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  6. 6. Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 6 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  7. 7. Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR Fold A Open SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 7 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  8. 8. Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR Fold A Open Fold A and B Open SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 8 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  9. 9. Naïve Approach: Multiple Representations?CCC 26 f. iiiR Fold A Open Fold A and B Open f. iiiV How to align multiple images, pages without images, fragments… ?! SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 9 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  10. 10. Canvas Paradigm•  A Canvas is an empty space in which to build up a display•  A SharedCanvass top left and bottom right corners correspond tothe equivalent corners of a page SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 10 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  11. 11. Painting the Canvas?Requirements: •  Need to allow distributed association of resources with the Canvas, or part of the Canvas •  Any type of resource, or part of a resource, should be able to be painted •  Need to allow users to comment about the Canvas, or part of it, or any of the resourcesSolution: •  Associate resources using Annotations SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 11 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  12. 12. Annotations to Paint Images SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 12Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  13. 13. Annotations to Paint Text SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 13Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  14. 14. Open Annotation•  http://www.openannotation.org/•  Focus on interoperable sharing of annotations •  Web-centric and open, not locked down silos •  Create, consume and interact in different environments•  “Annotation” •  Scholarly commentary about the manuscript •  Painting resources on the SharedCanvas•  The same framework as NISO/IA Social Bookmarking effort SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 14 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  15. 15. Base Open Annotation Model•  Annotation (a document)•  Body (the ‘comment’ of the annotation)•  Target (the resource the Body is ‘about’) SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 15 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  16. 16. Transcription: Morgan 804 SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 16Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  17. 17. Transcription: Morgan 804 SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 17Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  18. 18. SharedCanvas Implementation SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 18Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  19. 19. Musical Manuscripts: Parker CCC 008 SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 19 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  20. 20. SharedCanvas Implementation SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 20Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  21. 21. Marginalia and Annotations SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 21Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  22. 22. Where are Annotations Stored? SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 22Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  23. 23. Publish/Subscribe Method: Publishpublish SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 23 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  24. 24. Publish/Subscribe Method: Subscribepublish subscribe SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 24 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  25. 25. Publish/Subscribe Method: Consumepublish subscribe consume SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 25 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  26. 26. SummaryModel: •  Canvas paradigm provides a coherent solution to modeling the layout of medieval manuscripts •  Annotations, and Collaboration, at the heart of the modelImplementation: •  Distribution across repositories for all resources •  PubSub enables customized views and avoids tool lock-in •  Encourages tool development by experts SharedCanvas brings digitized works to the desktop in a powerful, extensible and interoperable fashion SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 26 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco
  27. 27. Thank You Robert Sanderson rsanderson@lanl.gov azaroth42@gmail.com @azaroth42 Benjamin Albritton blalbrit@stanford.edu @bla222 Web: http://www.shared-canvas.org/ Paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.2925 http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.3687 Slides: http://slidesha.re/ AcknowledgementsDMSTech Group: http://lib.stanford.edu/dmmOpen Annotation Collaboration: http://www.openannotation.org/ SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles 27 Books in Browsers 11, 28th October 2011, San Francisco

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