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Information technologies profiles and curricula for libraries parma italy 13 14 october 2005 delos it education activities

Information Technologies Profiles and Curricula for LibrariesParma, Italy, 13 – 14 October 2005DELOS IT Education Activities

Maristella Agosti

Department of Information Engineering

University of Padova, Italy


Delos it education activities

DELOS IT Education Activities

Outline

  • Education activities conducted in the context of the DELOS Network of Excellence on Digital Libraries of the 5th and 6th Framework Programs of the European Commission

  • Emerging directions for future activities to be conducted in a coherent way with research directions of the DELOS Network

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1 st delos isdl 2001

1st DELOS ISDL 2001

1st DELOS Int. Summer School on Digital Library Technologies

9-13 July 2001, Pisa, Italy (director M. Agosti)

  • Main purpose: foster research and understanding in the fundamental technologies underlying the Digital Libraries field.

  • Directed towards members of the research community in the wide sense, that is, graduate students, young researchers and professionals involved in R&D in DL-related areas, representing both the information technology scientist, the industrial communities (e.g. electronic publishing, broadcasting, software industry) and the user communities interested in Digital Libraries technologies (libraries, archives, museums).

  • No qualifications or prerequisites were necessary, but recommended a basic knowledge of information and database management, Internet and Web applications.

  • Lecturers: leading researchers, from both the US and Europe.

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1st DELOS ISDL 2001

  • Multimedia Digital Collections, Carl Lagoze (Cornell Univ)

  • New Models for Scholarly Dissemination, Robert Wilensky (Univ of California, Berkeley)

  • Architectures and Open Access, William Y. Arms (Cornell Univ)

  • IR models and methods, metadata, and evaluation, Norbert Fuhr (Univ. of Dortmund)

  • Online Information Access from Handheld Devices, Andreas Paepcke (Stanford University)

  • Cross-language Retrieval - Carol Peters (CNR-IEI)

  • Text Categorization and Information Filtering, Fabrizio Sebastiani (CNR-IEI)

  • Video DLs, Howard Wactlar (Carnegie Mellon University)

  • Libraries in the digital world, Elizabeth Lyon (UKOLN)

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2 nd delos isdl 2002

2nd DELOS ISDL 2002

2nd Int. Summer School on Digital Library Technologies ISDL 2002, Pisa, Italy

8-12 July 2002 (director C. Thanos)

  • Focus: on Digital Library applications, i.e., exploitation of Digital Library technologies in several application domains

  • Each lecture was devoted to a presentation of a Digital Library application in a specific application

  • The one-week intensive course consisted of nine half-day lectures sessions, i.e. discussions in smaller groups on specific topics of common interest, with the participation of the lecturers.

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2nd DELOS ISDL 2002

  • Introduction, Gary Marchionini, Univ of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

  • Metadata, Thomas Baker, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft

  • Geospatial Digital Libraries, Terry Smith, Univ. of California at Santa Barbara

  • Digital Libraries in Health Applications, Judith Klavans, Columbia University

  • Digital Music Libraries, Jon Dunn, Indiana University, USA

  • Digital Libraries in the Humanities, Gregory Crane, Tufts Univ.

  • Digital Libraries of Spoken Documents, Dean Rehberger, Michigan State Univ.

  • Preservation, Seamus Ross, University of Glasgow, Scotland

  • Video Digital Libraries Scott Stevens, Carnegie Mellon University

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3 rd delos isdl 2004

3rd DELOS ISDL 2004

3rd DELOS Int. Summer School on Digital Library Technologies

ISDL 2004 - 6-10 September 2004, Pisa, Italy

(under the direction of Tiziana Catarci and Yannis Ioannidis)

  • The main purpose of the school was to foster research and understanding in the area of:

    “User-Centred design for Digital Libraries”.

  • The school was directed towards members of the research community in the wide sense, i.e. graduate students and young researchers and professionals involved in R&D in digital library-related areas. The participants represented mostly the academic computer science community, with the other participants coming from the industry and the user communities interested in Digital Libraries technologies (libraries, archives and museums).

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3rd DELOS ISDL 2004

  • Perspectives on digital repositories, Helen Tibbo

  • Information overload: need for personalised system behaviour, Yannis Ioannidis

  • Changes in the ways users search for information, Barry Smyth

  • Requirements for a cultural-oriented system designer with respect to making it accessible, Pier Luigi Feliciati

  • Changing role of museums: from plain repositories to resource centres, Maria Economou

  • User needs within the current social framework with discussion on relevant standard technologies (i.e., UML, Z39.50, SOAP, XML, RDF), Rudi Schmiede, Stephan Koernig and Wolfgang Meier

  • User interaction design (understanding users, scenarios, navigation, screen layout, physical devices, colour use), Alan Dix

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4 th delos isdl 2005

4th DELOS ISDL 2005

4th DELOS Int. Summer School on Digital Library Technologies ISDL 2005

6-11 June 2005, Sophia Antipolis , France

(co-directors: Hans Hofman and Seamus Ross)

  • Focus:

    digital preservation challenges in the context of the digital library

  • ISDL 2005 was sponsored by the UK Digital Curation Centre (DCC)

  • Digital library seen as:

    “the infrastructure, policies and procedures, and organisational, political and economic mechanisms necessary to enable access to and preservation of digital content.”

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4th DELOS ISDL 2005

  • Digital Curation in Digital Libraries, Anne Kenney, Cornell University

  • Categories, Uses and Challenges of Metadata and Process Documentation, Michael Day, UKOLN and the DCC

  • Workflow and Workflow Modelling, Stephan Heuscher, iKeep AG, Digital Archives Services

  • Identifying, Evaluating and Selecting Preservation Methods, Andreas Rauber, Vienna University of Technology and Hans Hofman National Archives of the Netherlands)

  • Managing Ingest: Handling, Documenting, and Automating, Birte Christensen-Dalsgaard, Staatsbibliotek Denmark

  • Role of Registries and Representation Information, David Giaretta, DCC

  • Methodologies of Selection and Appraisal, Ross Harvey, Charles Sturt University

  • Digital Libraries as Persistent Collections of Autonomous Objects, Manfred Thaller, University of Cologne

  • Question and Answer Session, Panel Hans Hofman

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4 th delos isdl 2005 learning outcomes

4th DELOS ISDL 2005Learning Outcomes

By the end of the Summer School, students will have:

  • gained an appreciation of the issues surrounding digital preservation within the context of digital library development and management;

  • developed a coherent and practical understanding of activities surrounding digital preservation;

  • gained experience with workflow modelling, and metadata definition;

  • acquired an appreciation of the approaches to selecting and appraising potential digital acquisitions;

  • become familiar with the OAIS model and gained a knowledge of the approaches to repository design and deployment;

  • a working knowledge of the issues surrounding audit and certification of digital repositories;

  • a working knowledge of the techniques and practices that underlie digital curation;

  • develop a firm understanding of the issues of authenticity, integrity, and reliability in relation to digital libraries; and

  • considered how digital curation and preservation requirements can be integrated into approaches to digital library development.

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Future of isdl

Future of ISDL

  • 2006: two ISDL?

  • Under development

    • New edition on digital preservation challenges in the context of the digital library

    • A new subject: “Audio-Visual DL”

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