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Web Archive Retrieval ToolsPaul Doorenbosch Jaap Kamps Richard Rogers Arjen de Vries René Voorburg       CATCH Meeting HiT...
Information               Access                                          Paul DoorenboschArjen de Vries                  ...
Unlimited ways to publish/access/share information
Our daily lives take place “on the Web”
Ease of publishing on the Web comes at a price           Web content is ephemeralWeb archives preserve the heritage of the...
d to the information      defined. After the morning introduc-  lieve that informa-     tory session, we split the worksho...
Search support has massively improved
Complex tasks are still painstaking!Many queries, tabs, notes, cut-and-paste, ...
Exploratory and faceted search
Interactively construct a (hidden) query
Search strategy from building blocks
Each block = data or manipulations           Strategy BuilderBuild a dedicated search engine “on the fly”
Research methods become search strategies    Store, refine, reuse, share strategies      Researchers enrich the archive
Archival selection determines future use
Digital humanities is a paradigm switch
Supporting Complex Search TasksNick Belkin Charlie Clarke Ning Gao Jaap Kamps Jussi Karlgren                         Thank...
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WebART in 10 minutes

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WebART in 10 minutes

  1. 1. Web Archive Retrieval ToolsPaul Doorenbosch Jaap Kamps Richard Rogers Arjen de Vries René Voorburg CATCH Meeting HiTime e-History, November 1, 2011
  2. 2. Information Access Paul DoorenboschArjen de Vries René Voorburg Web Archive Jaap Kamps New Media Richard Rogers
  3. 3. Unlimited ways to publish/access/share information
  4. 4. Our daily lives take place “on the Web”
  5. 5. Ease of publishing on the Web comes at a price Web content is ephemeralWeb archives preserve the heritage of the future
  6. 6. d to the information defined. After the morning introduc- lieve that informa- tory session, we split the workshop Focus on use: Web research(ers) search falls squarelyhuman-computer into three new working groups, based on the results of that discussion.ome emphasis on val, rather than vice f the thrusts o f this attempt to character-users engage in, toctivities, and to iden-chniques and mea- appropriate insights or and performance.participated in thewere chosen on theef submitted positionsented a broad spec-and academia. Partic- France, Canada, U.S. After accep- J.s were asked to sub-age) position - ©escribed relevantpectives a few weeks hop. These papers
  7. 7. Search support has massively improved
  8. 8. Complex tasks are still painstaking!Many queries, tabs, notes, cut-and-paste, ...
  9. 9. Exploratory and faceted search
  10. 10. Interactively construct a (hidden) query
  11. 11. Search strategy from building blocks
  12. 12. Each block = data or manipulations Strategy BuilderBuild a dedicated search engine “on the fly”
  13. 13. Research methods become search strategies Store, refine, reuse, share strategies Researchers enrich the archive
  14. 14. Archival selection determines future use
  15. 15. Digital humanities is a paradigm switch
  16. 16. Supporting Complex Search TasksNick Belkin Charlie Clarke Ning Gao Jaap Kamps Jussi Karlgren Thanks! SIGIR 2011 Workshop, July 28, 2011

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