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Mathew Palakal, Computer Science Susan Tennant, Informatics Mission CLIOH, an initiative of the Informatics Research Institute (IRI), an academic research and development entity of the School of Informatics at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and Bloomington.
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Susan Tennant, Informatics
CLIOH, an initiative of the Informatics Research Institute (IRI), an academic research and development entity of the School of Informatics at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and Bloomington.
The main objective of the CLIOH project is to develop a new-media digital library of the world’s most threatened cultural treasures in collaboration with the IU Library system, the Mathers Museum in Bloomington, Indiana and the Indiana State Museums. Secondly, establish a digital librarian-training program using CLIOH project as a conduit.
State of the art technology capturing threatened treasures
Cutting edge indexing
Global internet access
Application-- Education--Library & Museum
CHAN CHANG PERU
Wavelet Best Basis
Video Break Detection
The Dublin Core Metadata Initiative is an open forum engaged in the development of interoperable online metadata standards that support a broad range of purposes and business models. DCMI's activities include consensus-driven working groups, global workshops, conferences, standards liaison, and educational efforts to promote widespread acceptance of metadata standards and practices.
Digital library program (EDL)
Educating Next Generation
of Digital Librarians using CLIOH
Education for Digital Librarians (EDL) with focus on:
Multimedia data capture, storage, and delivery, metadata, indexing, and database design, information architecture and user interface design, and networking, communication protocols, and interoperability.
A theoretical layer dealing with user needs and behaviors, human-computer interaction, information retrieval, knowledge organization, and documentation.
An outer layer dealing with issues such as scholarly communication, costs and budgeting, copyright and intellectual property, roles and responsibilities of digital librarians, and management of DLs.
The framework for evaluating CLIOH involves an examination of the projects mission. This evaluation plan measures (1) how the resources are allocated and (2) how the output activities and services are of benefit to the audience served. It also provides feedback on program quality through measurable outcomes. Evaluation of Project CLIOH will involve both short and long term objectives. Measurement will be in terms of (1) Inputs, (2) Activities and Services and (3) Outputs.CLIOH evaluations will be conducted by New Media Associate Professor Anthony Faiola
Tom Townsend Skip Comer
Jin-Shiun Yang Xiaoqui Bao
Jonathon King Jeffrey Huang
Andy Harris Jim Odom
Jeremiah Cook Shiaofen Fang
Michael J. Dunn Jiang Yu Zheng
Darrell Bailey Carlos Sosa
Javed Mostafa Clint Koch
The CLIOH team is currently
working on these two major components:
I. Creation of the digital CLIOH library;
II. Creation of a digital librarian-training program
using CLIOH project as a conduit.