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Click the image to download We are delighted that we can now make available five of the case studies written by researchers across the humanities and social sciences. Read More Project case studies now available. Peter Webster, a member of the project team, here reflects on the conference we held at the IHR on 3 December. Peter writes: In Read More Web archives as big data.
This is a cross-posting of an item that our colleague Josh Cowls has just written for his own blog. Thanks to Josh for permission Jaspreet writes: When people use a commercial Read More Search results for historical material. Read More Project progress, an update.
This is a post by one of the project team from the British Library. Read More Web archives at the British Library. This is a post from team member Josh Cowls, cross-posted from his blog. Josh is also on Twitter: JoshCowls. I am in Aarhus this Read More Recreational bugs: the limits of representing the past through web archives. The British Library is about to embark on its annual task of archiving the entire UK web space.
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We will be pushing the button, Read More How big is the UK web? Eric Mayer and Monica Bulger are authors of a new report by RIN looking at information practices in the physical sciences. They find that physical scientists "are still fairly conservative when it comes to adopting new communications technologies". Eric Mayer and Monica Bulger are authors of a new report by RIN looking at information practices in the physical sciences, and highlighting the richly varied ways in which physical scientists work, collaborate and share information. How can the vast material on the web be stored and archived for the benefit of researchers in the future?
Eric Meyer talks about the challenge of a 'preservation mindset' which doesn't consider properly how websites will be used in the future. Eric Meyer says that crowd-sourcing projects like Galaxy Zoo call on the need people feel to be contribute and belong to something bigger than themselves.
Eric Meyer contributes to The Guardian's live chat on using the Internet and digital technologies in Higher Education. Selected Publications Meyer, E. Meyer, Bill Mulligan In this project we evaluate Human-Machine Networks by focusing on two cases of peer-production in Wikipedia and citizen science projects in Zooniverse by applying quantitative methods to transactional big data. Meyer A study of big data and other innovative data-driven approaches for evidence-informed policy making.
Meyer, Josh Cowls The Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities project works with data derived from the UK domain crawl from to , in order to develop a framework for the study of web archive data and produce a major history of the UK web space. Meyer, Ulrike Deetjen The aim of this study is to undertake an in-depth examination of the practices in data sharing to advance the science of dementia and other age-related neurodegenerative diseases. Taylor, Josh Cowls The project will follow 'big data' from its public and private origins through open and closed pathways into the social sciences, and document and shape the ways they are being accessed and used to create new knowledge about the social world.
Meyer, Dr Isis Hjorth Theatre and dance have fallen a long way behind music in the way they connect with audiences digitally. Meyer, Dr Cristobal Cobo The SESERV consortium aims to maximize research impact by raising awareness of socio-economic trends in the areas of incentives, accounting, Digital Europe, and risk management, and by addressing possible policy priorities within the research community. Meyer, Dr Cristobal Cobo KNETWORKS aims to create a strong knowledge sharing and dissemination network in the Atlantic area to promote the exchange of good practices and implementation strategies for building and exploiting a 21st century knowledge and information society.
Meyer Web archives are the best hope for future researchers to understand the web of yesterday and today, but efforts to ensure that archives will be useful are lagging. Meyer, Dr Kathryn Eccles This project was designed to synthesize the evidence about the impact that digital resources are having on various audiences, and how resource providers have stepped up efforts to embed resources into the practices of communities.
Meyer, Dr Christine Madsen, Dr Sally Wyatt, Dr Charles van den Heuval, Dr Meghan Dougherty This project explores how to bridge the gap between archivists and researchers, and how preserved web content archives might be used by researchers and others to ask meaningful new questions. Meyer Presence research focuses on understanding and controlling the cognitive experience of being somewhere, or someone: we are analysing social impact scenarios to raise and address potential ethical and policy issues relating to Presence technologies.
Meyer, Dr Kathryn Eccles Aiming to better understand the organizational, collaborative and technological developments in e-Infrastructures which are effective in supporting virtual research organizations in different fields. Meyer, Dr Christine Madsen, Dr Kathryn Eccles This project combined quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure the impact of online scholarly resources and to develop a best practices toolkit that allows assessment of the impact of digitisation projects by researchers and funding bodies. Meyer The e-Horizons Institute researched the coming technological breakthroughs in e-science that will have cross-sector social and economic implications as they are taken up by business, government and other actors.
Meyer The TIDSR best practices toolkit includes a number of elements to aid researchers and funding bodies to assess the impact of their digitisation projects, including measures that have been judged to be effective measures of impact. Meyer, Dr Christine Madsen Establishing a framework for e-Humanities research using available open source tools and technologies and archived web content to create novel research interfaces to the first of many, scholarly, e-Humanities web collections.
Meyer This dissertation project examines the intersection between technology and scientific practice for marine mammal scientists who use digital photography.cannadate.regexbyte.com/public/kadinlarla-tanisma/oepatanlk-eki.php
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Featured Meyer, E. MIT Press. Cruz, E. Books Meyer, E. Oxford University Press. Chapters Meyer, E. Shotton, D. Bowman, A. Procter, R. The opportunities and risks of bottom-up innovation: An e-infrastructure for the social sciences" In: World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities.
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