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For ecloud meeting on 13 May 2015 in Amsterdam, NL

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  1. 1. eCloud newspapers 13 May 2015, Amsterdam, NL Erik Duval Dept. Computerwetenschappen, KU Leuven, B http://erikduval.wordpress.com @ErikDuval
  2. 2. 09h30-09h40: welcome, logistics 09h40-09h45: Europeana Newspapers and eCloud 09h45-10h30: participant introductions 10h30-11h00: aim of eCloud demonstrator, earlier work 11h00-11h15: coffee 11h15-11h30: briefing for break-out groups 11h30-13h00: break-out groups 13h00-14h00: lunch 14h00-15h00: results of break-out groups 15h00-15h30: discussion on common themes 15h30-16h00: conclusion, next steps
  3. 3. participant introductions participants briefly introduce themselves, their research and their interest in eCloud (a few slides can be shown, but only if they present something that is hard to explain otherwise)
  4. 4. • 09h30-09h40: welcome, logistics • 09h40-09h45: Europeana Newspapers and eCloud • 09h45-10h30: participant introductions • 10h30-11h00: aim of eCloud demonstrator, earlier work • 11h00-11h15: coffee • 11h15-11h30: briefing for break-out groups • 11h30-13h00: break-out groups • 13h00-14h00: lunch • 14h00-15h00: results of break-out groups • 15h00-15h30: discussion on common themes • 15h30-16h00: conclusion, next steps
  5. 5. aim Development of services and tools
 that leverage Europeana content
 for use by researchers
  6. 6. aim What kind of research
 can a digital humanities researcher do
 with this technology
 that he cannot (practically) do
 without the technology?
  7. 7. In this paper, we address the following research questions: 1. What are the main problems for digital musicologists whose research focuses on Early Music? 
 2. How can we address these problems and demonstrate the potential added value of cloud- based tools and services on top of large repositories of content like Europeana for Early Music musicologists?
  8. 8. user centered design
  9. 9. focus on specific community (or smaller: individual researcher…)
  10. 10. We study the development of ideas in texts by philosophers & scientists, famous Bolzano LeśniewskiWhitehead & Russell TarskiFrege …and less famous Wolff Kant 1732 1781 1837 1879 1910 1929 1933 [fill in some biologist] Lotze, Drobisch, Twardowski Peano, Huntington,Vebl Zermelo, von Neumann Krug, Watts Salamucha
  11. 11. problems… • navigating and identifying relevant content & building corpora; • lack of user-friendly tools for conducting fine- grained textual research; • lack of appropriate tools and infrastructure that allow members of research groups to work collaboratively.
  12. 12. tools… • search tools to find relevant content • visualization tools (maps, timelines) • annotation tools • social awareness and discovery tools
  13. 13. persona Anita is a post-doctoral researcher on Technology- Enhanced Learning in a computer science department of a European university. She is collaborating with colleagues from different European research units, in a Framework 7 EU project. She regularly travels to project meetings, workshops, and conferences throughout the EU. Anita is pretty tech savvy and works in a department that is well equipped with smartphones, laptops, large screens, and even a few multitouch tabletops.
  14. 14. scenario Anita is assisting her supervisor with the preparation of a new EU proposal. There are some partners that her team regularly collaborates with and they decide to invite three of those partners to join the proposal preparation. They then turn to the multitouch table and use Muse to explore whom else they have worked with, and, more importantly, whom their colleagues have worked with before. Together with her supervisor, she thus discovers a team that focuses on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) in Norway. Anita remembers that she met one of members of that team earlier in the year. Through the visualisation, Anita and her supervisor discover that the Norwegian team has a close collaboration with the team in Lausanne that they had already invited for the new project. They thus decide to ask the Lausanne team about the Norwegian partners first. Moreover, her supervisor will travel to Madrid next week for a conference. With the tabletop visualization, they remember that they had previously worked with two research units in Madrid: Anita’s supervisor sends an email to both of them to set up a meeting to discuss the new project proposal.
  15. 15. • 09h30-09h40: welcome, logistics • 09h40-09h45: Europeana Newspapers and eCloud • 09h45-10h30: participant introductions • 10h30-11h00: aim of eCloud demonstrator, earlier work • 11h00-11h15: coffee • 11h15-11h30: briefing for break-out groups • 11h30-13h00: break-out groups • 13h00-14h00: lunch • 14h00-15h00: results of break-out groups • 15h00-15h30: discussion on common themes • 15h30-16h00: conclusion, next steps
  16. 16. another (type of) example
  17. 17. 1 2 3 4
  18. 18. briefing personas & scenarios tool identification & mashup evaluation sessions
  19. 19. briefing personas & scenarios
  20. 20. be specific • “she enters some search terms and finds relevant documents” • “she enters ‘einstein’ and sees a list of articles on the timeline, including a very early mention in a Swiss paper: she opens the article which mentions that Einstein obtained his PhD from ETHZurich. She’s struck by the fact that the very short article mentions that Einstein is a Jew….”
  21. 21. feel free to suggest New Stuff if you doubt whether it is possible,
 then just assume it is
  22. 22. be prepared to report back: flipchart & powerpoint & whatever works for you…
  23. 23. ?@ErikDuval http://erikduval.wordpress.com
  24. 24. • 09h30-09h40: welcome, logistics • 09h40-09h45: Europeana Newspapers and eCloud • 09h45-10h30: participant introductions • 10h30-11h00: aim of eCloud demonstrator, earlier work • 11h00-11h15: coffee • 11h15-11h30: briefing for break-out groups • 11h30-13h00: break-out groups • 13h00-14h00: lunch • 14h00-15h00: results of break-out groups • 15h00-15h30: discussion on common themes • 15h30-16h00: conclusion, next steps
  25. 25. ?@ErikDuval http://erikduval.wordpress.com

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