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Avec Wikipédia, la ville de Bordeaux mise sur le numérique culturel et l’open data

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27/10/2014

Partagé par Pauline Moirez

Médiation numérique dans les GLAMs: Crowdsourcing, réseaux sociaux, Open data et autres initiatives

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Présentation d'Antoine Courtin.

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Linked Data Survey results: Examples in production (hangingtogether.org)

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"OCLC Research conducted an international linked data survey for implementers between 7  July and 15 August 2014. This is the second post in the series reporting the results."

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30/08/2014

Partagé par Pauline Moirez

JocondeLab : explorer les possibilités du wiki et du web sémantique (Enssib)

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30/01/2014

Partagé par Pauline Moirez

Des mondes, des rencontres, une médiation ? (DASM) (+1)

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Retour sur deux événements : - colloque "Les Mondes de la médiation culturelle" (17-19 octobre) - Rencontres numériques autour de la médiation, organisées par le ministère de la culture (21-22 octobre)

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Comment allier participation des visiteurs et petit budget ? (Culture et Communication) (+1)

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Swiss Heritage Institutions in the Internet Era Results of a pilot survey on open data and crowdsourcing (+1)

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Comment un musée contribue sur Wikipédia : retour d’expérience au musée des Augustins de Toulouse | Autour de Wikipédia et des projets Wikimedia

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04/06/2013

Partagé par Pauline Moirez

Notes from ‘Crowdsourcing in the Arts and Humanities’ (+1)

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  • Interestingly, paintings can be 'retired' from the Tagger once enough data has been gathered
  • the inherent reward of participating in the activity was a bigger motivator than competitiveness,
  • definitions of crowdsourcing in cultural heritage: 'a form of engagement that contributes towards a shared, significant goal or research question by asking the public to undertake tasks that cannot be done automatically' or 'productive public engagement with the mission and work of memory institutions'.
  • it has to produce results of value to the research community in less time than could have been done by other means
  • built a focused 'talk' tool which can programmatically filter out the most interesting unanswered comments and email them to their 30 or 40 expert users
  • full text transcriptions (difficult to automatically reconcile) vs 'rich
    metadata'
  • in some projects, interactions with a central authority are valued, in others, community interactions are really important.
  • The potential and dangers of 'gamification' and 'badgeification' and their potentially negative impact on motivation were raised
  • have you met participants in real life?' - answer, yes, and it was an opportunity to learn from them

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OpenGLAM Principles : « To be an OpenGLAM institution, you must… » (+1)

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"Galleries, libraries, archives and museums have an important role in supporting the advance of humanity’s knowledge. They have traditionally been the gatekeepers of the our cultural heritage and in their collections they hold the record of mankind."

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12/04/2013

Partagé par Pauline Moirez