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Integrating Libraries and Electronic Publishing The DART Project at Columbia University David Millman and Kate Wittenberg

Dec 21, 2015

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  • Integrating Libraries and Electronic Publishing The DART Project at Columbia University David Millman and Kate Wittenberg
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#2 Educational Mission To help undergraduate students gain insight into the way in which anthropologists conduct research and draw conclusions Improve information literacy of undergraduate anthropology students through use of structured yet unfiltered digital resources
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#3 E-Publishing Mission To develop a digital library infrastructure that will store digital resources so that they can be used in flexible ways To catalogue digital assets embedded within complex learning tools so that they can be used for broader research and/or teaching goals
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#4 Case 1:The Ethnographic Imagination The teaching module contains a digitized selection of authors field notes and published book Students read both sets of materials and write about the process of transforming the notes into an ethnography Increasing understanding of how knowledge is created from data
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#5 Case 2: Intro to South Asian Culture Online syllabus that links to catalogued digital assets (primary texts, maps, photos, video) Teacher builds class assignments around these assets (response to questions, essays on readings, and full research paper) Increasing levels of interaction with library materials throughout the semester
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#6 Digital Teaching Tools and Research Library Resources Focus on the relationship between the closed world of the classroom and teaching tools, and the open world of the Web Can students explore freely the vast array of research tools available through the Web, while still having an appropriate level of guidance concerning how to select and evaluate the sources that they find?
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#7 Unlimited Information as Benefit or Obstacle to Learning How do we make information meaningful to users with diverse skills and needs? Future work will explore how to find the right balance between directed and unfiltered presentation of digital teaching and research materials in electronic publications
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#8 Technology Accommodate different styles for teaching fall 04 (South Asian History & Culture): web browser focus (syllabus navigation) spring 05 (Ethnographic Imagination): digital resource focus (primary source navigation) fall 05 (planning): considering mobile device in DL discovery & retrieval Web services import/export Access management Metadata: versions revisited
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#9 Syllabus web navigation
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#10 User Experience course web site catalog views local holdings remote holdings
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#11 Catalog View
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#12 Primary Source Navigation
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#13 Link idiom in browser
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#14 Navigation tool in browser
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#15 Primary source reference db
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#16 Acquisition DART catalog DART content local workflow DART faculty Digital South Asia Library DSAL @ U Chicago Cambridge Univ Library institutional repository (proposed) Tibetan-Himalayan DL thdl @ U of Virginia OAI DSpace Fedora Publishers & Archives mapping
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#17 Access DART catalog DART content OAI METS Sakai/OKI IMS/CP browser html JSR170 library & repository environments collaborative & learning environments MPEG21/DID Z39.50 openURL
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#18 Access Management bi-lateral Shibboleth federation with LSE technology ok, though evolving federation scalability challenges process documentation policy legal
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#19 Mobile front-end assumptions back-end assumptions
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#20 Versions Lots of metadata moving around Identifiers back in the forefront? Evolution of OAI-PMH ?
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#21 Simple OAI record oai:dspace.cam.ac.uk:1810_449 2004-09-20T14:50:13Z cam cam:aa https://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/449?mode=full Interview of Professor Haimendorf by Alan Macfarlane A long interview of the many fieldwork... Nepal DSpace at Cambridge No rights to the use of these metadata are granted except by prior agreement.
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#22 Exposure via OAI provenance oai:lib.uchicago.edu:ta013 2004-10-08T18:50:13Z dsal dsal:hensley http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/org/dsal/ima... Gate into Taj grounds... The University of Chicago Library No rights to the use of these... http://dsal.uchicago.edu/ oai:lib.uchicago.edu:ta013 2004-10-01 OAI...
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  • Wittenberg/Millman2005 April#23 Implicit Derivative oai:dart.columbia.edu:dart0023 2004-10-08T18:50:13Z dsal dsal:hensley https://dart.columbia.edu/main/DART-0023.html Photograph of Gate Into Taj Grounds image Hensley, Glenn S....
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