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Digitizing Antiquarian Texts Using Scholarly Collaboration & Linked data. Kristen Schuster Doctoral Student University of Missouri Columbia School of Information Science & Learning Technologies . Vetusta Monumenta : print and digital edition s. Collaboration & Interdisciplinary Innovation .

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digitizing antiquarian texts using scholarly collaboration linked data

Digitizing Antiquarian Texts Using Scholarly Collaboration & Linked data

Kristen Schuster

Doctoral Student

University of Missouri Columbia

School of Information Science & Learning Technologies

collaboration interdisciplinary innovation
Collaboration & Interdisciplinary Innovation
  • Scholarly commentary
    • Dr. Noah Heringman & Dr. Anne Myers (English Department, MU)
    • Crystal Lake, Wright State University
    • Matthew M. Reeve, Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario
  • Technical contributors
    • Felicity Dykas (Digitization Unit, Ellis Library, MU)
    • SISLT Masters Students
    • Division of IT, MU (Server Space)
  • Support
    • Dr. Twyla Gibson, Digital Humanities Commons
    • Society of Antiquaries of London
    • Special Collections, Ellis Library MU
how has the project defined itself
How has the project defined itself?
  • What is a digital edition?
  • What will a digital edition provide?
  • What will a digital edition add to scholarly understandings of VetustaMonumenta?
what are the project s scholarly goals
What are the project’s scholarly goals?
  • Provide exploratory and explanatory commentary for each object represented in the first three volumes of VetustaMonumenta
  • Commentaries are an iterative process because they involve research, peer review and then integration with visual elements of the project.
what are the project s technical goals
What are the project’s technical goals?
  • Long term digital access to the digital edition
  • Implement effective relationships between images and text
preservation and curation
Preservation and curation

Retrieved from: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/resources/curation-lifecycle-model

relationships between texts and images
Relationships between texts and images
  • Cataloging
    • VRA Core & Cataloging Cultural Object
    • Getty’s Metadata Standards Crosswalks
  • Using cataloging and commentaries to create linked data
    • Internet Archives
    • Scalar
putting it all together
Putting it all together
  • A freely accessible scholarly resource
  • Understandable relationships between pages, objects and comments in a digital interface
  • A sustainable resource
questions
Questions?
  • Or please feel free to contact me:
    • kmsqt5@gmail.com