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Bibliographic metadata standards are a longstanding mechanism for Digital Libraries to manage records and express relationships between them. As digital scholarship, particularly in the humanities, incorporates and manipulates these records in an increasingly direct manner, existing systems are proving insufficient for providing the underlying… (More)
The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) is engaged in the development of tools that will give scholars the ability to analyze the HathiTrust digital library's 14 million volume corpus. A cornerstone of the HTRC's digital infrastructure is the workset -- a kind of scholar-built research collection intended for use with the HTRC's analytics platform. Because… (More)
Diverse datasets in the area of Digital Musicology expose complementary information describing works, composers, performers, and wider historical and cultural contexts. Interlinking across such datasets enables new digital methods of scholarly investigation. Such bridging presents challenges when working with legacy tabular or relational datasets that do… (More)
The wide availability of digital technologies has increased the quantity and diversity of information that can be collected from and about a musical performance. Making this data easily accessible for study by musicologists requires the development of supporting methodologies and tools to assist and automate its systematic cataloguing, archiving, and… (More)
Performance of a musical work potentially provides a rich source of multimedia material for future investigation, both for musicologists' study of reception and perception, and in improvement of computational methods applied to its analysis. This is particularly true of music theatre, where a traditional recording cannot sufficiently capture the ephemeral… (More)
In this paper, the effect of the ongoing migration of government and commercial services to the Web is examined. We report on preliminary results from the qualitative analysis of the experiences of a representative focus group of Australian citizens age 65 and over, who reside in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Far from its beginnings as symbols pressed into clay tablets, Ancient Sumerian is now being digitized and shared through cutting edge semantic web technologies.