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Mixing web and digitized archives The future of digital heritage of the World War I. Valérie Beaudouin (Telecom ParisTech ), Philippe Chevallier ( BnF ) , Lionel Maurel (BDIC), Clément Oury ( BnF ) IIPC – 19 mai 2014. Context & methodology. OUR research project’s story

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mixing web and digitized archives the future of digital heritage of the world war i

Mixing web and digitized archivesThe future of digital heritage of the World War I

Valérie Beaudouin (Telecom ParisTech), Philippe Chevallier (BnF), Lionel Maurel (BDIC), Clément Oury (BnF)

IIPC – 19 mai 2014

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OUR researchproject’s story

  • A question for the Libraries & Archives: How istheirdigital heritage disseminated and re-used by the public on the web?
  • Identification of a « non-traditional » use of the digitizedheritage: Gallica’s(the BnF digital library)top feeder sites.
  • Lauching a research program in the context of the Cluster of Excellence (labex) “Pasts in the Present: history, heritage, memory”, Investissements d’avenir, ANR-11-LABX-0026-01

The future of online digitized heritage:

the case of the World War I (2013-2016)

2 Libraries: Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) & Bibliothèque de documentation internationale contemporaine (BDIC).

2 Research Institutes: Télécom Paris-Tech & Institut des sciences sociales du politique (ISP).

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A NEW DEVICE

  • … to allow us to adressthreeproblems:
  • epistemological:how to constitute a corpus of websites?
  • technical:how to collect the web to analyse it?
  • juridical:whatlegalframework for conductingsuch a work?
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Building a corpus

    • List of web sites dedicated to WWI established by librarians
    • Archiving the web sites on a regular basis
  • Exploring the web archives of WWI
    • Detection of links between websites
    • Identification of documentary ressources cited (public vs private archives)
  • Linking with Gallica audience measurement
    • What are the websites dedicated to WWI which generate traffic on Gallica ?
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A space for discussion on WWI

forum as a space for discussing documents
Forum as a space for discussing documents
  • Which types of sources? : public institutions (Gallica, Mémoire des hommes, BDIC) vs individual mementos
  • How are these documents shared, cited, commented?
  • Who is in charge of transmitting the digitized archives?
albums valois a case study
« Albums Valois » : a case study
  • BDIC : 539 albums gathering pictures taken on the front lines during the Great War
    • Digitization in progress
    • Uploading in nov 2014
  • How will the images spread on the Web?
    • Definition (in progress) of the protocol
definition of an experimental protocol
Definition of an experimental protocol
  • Corpus
    • Samples of photographs of similar content
  • Kinds of disseminationmodalitiesaccording to :
    • Locus : social network, organizations’ websites, etc.
    • Editorializing : metadata, comments, etc.
  • Tools for observation and analysis:
    • Quantitative : metrics
    • Qualitative : observation
conclusion
Conclusion
  • A researchprotocolsteeringclear of bothBig data approach and subjective evaluation:
    • A research question
    • Carefulmethodology : corpus definition , selection and evaluation of tools.
  • A reactive and collective process :
    • Requiring computer and social sciences competences
    • Requiringcooperationbetweenresearchers and librarians
    • Scalable
  • Hope : to be able to shareexperimentalresults and protocolswithother teams working on othercorpora.