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1 A centre of expertise in digital information management UKOLN is supported by: Memory institutions and the social fabric of the Web Dr Liz Lyon Director, UKOLN MLA Partnership Digital Agenda Scoping Group June 2006 This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0

2 Technorati now indexes >44.1M blogs

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4 Survey of museum blogs in March 2006: museums have been slow to develop blogs and community sites

5 Blended worlds….. Cultural tourist?

6 Architecture of Participation

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8 Architecture of Participation

9 Massive digitisation projects

10 UK participants include: National Archives Natural History Museum Microsoft MSN Book Search BBC Creative Archive

11 Click-Use Licences: Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI) Licensing options?

12 Podagogy?? Blended worlds….. Leisure and learning? Formal and informal approaches?

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16 Avian flu outbreaks mashup - Nature January 2006 Data from FAO, WHO… +Google Earth

17 Reflections…… The cultural space now reflects the two-way Web- grassroots meets the institution? People are capturing and sharing their personal collections, lives and memories Sector boundaries are fuzzier: blended culture, tourism, leisure & learning Opportunities for engaging (new) audiences and building communities …..Consider interactions with the physical world Requirement for integrated digital infrastructure

18 Culture, Learning, Leisure workflows Aggregator services Museums, libraries, archives digital repositories Data curation, preservation: e-Depot, deep archives, data centres Deposit Harvest Deposit Physical artefacts Digitisation Data analysis, transformation, mining, modelling Search, harvest Presentation services: portals Discovery, linking, citation Linking, citation Personal collections Deposit Cultural knowledge cycle Vs 0.x This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Personal data capture: images, text

19 JISC Vision: a global landscape of federated repositories fusion layer repository federator repository portal heterogeneous - metadata formats, content formats, identifiers, packaging standards homogeneous - metadata formats, content formats, identifiers, packaging standards From Andy Powell: ie/arch/presentations/jiie-jcs-2005/ Multi-disciplinary, cross- sectoral National, institutional Different platforms Many format types: data, eprints, images, geospatial e-Framework and Information Environment context Define common + domain- specific + repository services Interoperability based on open standards, software tools

20 Digital repositories, OA & preservation Long-term access: trust, responsibility, policy Trusted DR Audit Checklist for Certification Draft Research Libraries Group-NARA Taskforce 2005 criteria in 4 categories –Organisation –Functions, processes & procedures –Designated community & usability –Technologies & technical infrastructure UK Digital Curation Centre: advice, tools & services RepInfo Registry EU CASPAR Integrated Project Task Force on the Permanent Access to the Records of Science MLA Preservation in the Regions, DPC Mind the Gap Reports Assuring Permanent Access to Cultural Materials?

21 Adding value: repository services Tools: for deposit, normalisation, manipulation, transformation….. Citation, linking, annotation, visualisation Aggregators: generic, sectoral, (sub-) disciplinary Knowledge extraction: Mining (data, text, structure) Modelling (virtual worlds…) Analysis (lexical, image….) Emerging tools: TerMine, GENIA, Cafetiere Nature 23 March 2006 OTMI: Open Text Mining Interface


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