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Archives Hub - Data in :: Data out

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  1. 1. Data In :: Data Out<br />The Archives Hub as part of a national resource discovery vision<br />SAA 2011, Chicago<br />
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  3. 3. Always think about flexible approaches in order to open up and maximise the potential of your data<br />2) Think visual, but combine this with a solid backbone that provides good content and context<br />3) 'Data out' relies upon the quality of 'data in'. Look for effective ways to maintain the quality of the data coming in. <br />Key Points<br />
  4. 4. Exposure<br />
  5. 5. Identity<br />
  6. 6. Visual, flexible & contextualised<br />
  7. 7. ontology is overrated? <br />Visual immediacy & flexible data<br />
  8. 8. Innovation: link from description, etc. <br />Visual immediacy<br />
  9. 9. Data by region<br />
  10. 10. Rich Content<br />
  11. 11.
  12. 12. Specialist access<br />
  13. 13. Query:<br />“artists”<br />Styled<br />Results set<br />Query:<br />“artists” + ‘women’<br />Genesis styles & presents<br />User only aware of “artists” search<br />XML results set<br />Archives Hub<br />API: SRU<br />All descriptions with ‘women’ as an index term + “artists” as a keywords<br />
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  15. 15. in<br />Finding Aid<br />Repository(Agent)<br />Place <br />PostcodeUnit<br />administeredBy/administers<br />maintainedBy/maintains<br />encodedAs/encodes<br />hasPart/partOf<br />EAD Document<br />accessProvidedBy/providesAccessTo<br />Level<br />Biographical History<br />topic/page<br />hasBiogHist/isBiogHistFor<br />Language<br />level<br />ArchivalResource<br />language<br />at time<br />topic/page<br />origination<br />hasPart/partOf<br />Creation<br />TemporalEntity<br />product of<br />associatedWith<br />extent<br />inScheme<br />Extent<br />Agent <br />Concept <br />ConceptScheme<br />representedBy<br />Object<br />associatedWith<br />foaf:focus<br />Is-a<br />Is-a<br />Family <br />Person <br />Place <br />Org <br />Book<br />participates in<br />Subject<br />Genre <br />Function <br />Birth<br />Death<br />TemporalEntity<br />at time<br />
  16. 16. in<br />Finding Aid<br />Repository(Agent)<br />Place <br />PostcodeUnit<br />administeredBy/administers<br />maintainedBy/maintains<br />encodedAs/encodes<br />hasPart/partOf<br />EAD Document<br />accessProvidedBy/providesAccessTo<br />Level<br />Biographical History<br />topic/page<br />hasBiogHist/isBiogHistFor<br />Language<br />level<br />ArchivalResource<br />language<br />at time<br />topic/page<br />origination<br />hasPart/partOf<br />Creation<br />TemporalEntity<br />product of<br />associatedWith<br />extent<br />inScheme<br />Extent<br />Agent <br />Concept <br />ConceptScheme<br />representedBy<br />Object<br />associatedWith<br />foaf:focus<br />Is-a<br />Is-a<br />Family <br />Person <br />Place <br />Org <br />Book<br />participates in<br />Subject<br />Genre <br />Function <br />Birth<br />Death<br />TemporalEntity<br />at time<br />
  17. 17. The Linking benefits of Linked Data<br />BBC:Cranford<br />Copac:Cranford<br />VIAF:Gaskell<br />DBPedia: Gaskell<br />Hub:Gaskell<br />Geonames:Manchester<br />Hub:Dickens<br />DBPedia: Dickens<br />Connected<br />
  18. 18. Experimental<br />
  19. 19. Linking Lives:<br /><ul><li>New perspective
  20. 20. Name-based interface
  21. 21. Connections with other data sources
  22. 22. Archives become inter-connected
  23. 23. Issues of authority, trust, provenance, open data licences</li></ul>Inter-connected<br />
  24. 24. All these innovations rely on the data <br />that comes in<br />
  25. 25. Data In: Control<br />
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  27. 27. Data In: Education<br />
  28. 28. Data In: Education<br />
  29. 29. Data In: Import<br />
  30. 30. Data In: Friendly faces! <br />
  31. 31. UKAD:<br /><ul><li>New website
  32. 32. Indexing tutorial
  33. 33. Case studies
  34. 34. Other resources
  35. 35. Survey: more training, more guidance</li></li></ul><li>Always think about flexible approaches in order to maximise the potential of your data<br />2) Think visual, but combine this with a solid backbone that provides content and context<br />3) 'Data out' relies upon the quality of 'data in'. Look for effective ways to maintain the quality of the data coming in. <br />Data in = 4-pronged approach: control, education, data sharing & personal support. <br />
  36. 36. Archives Hub<br />http://archiveshub.ac.uk<br />Archives Hub Blog<br />http://archiveshub.ac.uk/blog<br />Archives Hub Twitter<br />http://www.twitter.com/archiveshub<br />

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  • Flexible: different ways – different channels, different audiences. From more general to very specialist.
  • Not won here yet. Want visual – more user-friendly – how to achieve this? Very difficult challenge. More radical? BUT want to have semantic integrity. POTENTIAL. FLEXIBILITY. Some people only want an item.
  • Want to convey what the Hub offers and also give users a more visual experienceNeed to convey what Hub is and benefits of an aggregation
  • Not only a more user oriented way to present the data but also a means to build community, work with contributors, and implement SEO. Also now working with Copac.Contributors increasing suggest and write features. This can be VISUAL. Good Google juice – FINDABLE. Targets users – maybe being more specific is the way to go?
  • Be integrated: part of the information spaceBe visual: create impact, be user-friendlyBe flexible: have potential
  • Flexible: different ways – different channels, different audiences. From more general to very specialist.

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