Collections as networks.
Zeldenrust, Douwe (2018). Collections as networks, Uncovering information exchanges and information networks in the collections of the Meertens Instituut (KNAW). Paper presented at European Social Science History Conference 2018. Belfast, United Kingdom.
This paper is about uncovering information exchanges and information networks in humanities research collections. Most humanities researchers focus on obtaining data from research collections, without realizing that those collections also can be seen as the results of epistemological experiments. That is: every collection is the outcome of the process of gathering information and therefore interconnected with the presuppositions, foundations and the activities that have led to the knowledge it contains.
Access to data.
Zeldenrust, Douwe (2014). Access to data, The soundbites collection of the Meertens Instituut and a flexible approach to the curation and dissemination of humanities digital resources. Paper presented at Digital Humanities Benelux Conference 2014. The Hague, The Netherlands.
This paper is about the curation and dissemination of humanities digital resources. It focuses on the connection between resources and users. A use case will be presented: the ‘Soundbites Collection’ of the Meertens Instituut (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences). Three different interfaces that each serve a specific public will be shown. This paper will also reflect on the use of interfaces in the current phase of curation and dissemination of humanities digital resources.
The speaking map of the Netherlands.
Zeldenrust, Douwe & Oostendorp, Marc van (2013). Combining tailor made research solutions with big infrastructures: the speaking map of the Netherlands. Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2013 conference. Lincoln, Nebraska, United States of America.
This paper will focus on the possibility of creating tailor made solutions for researchers or Virtual Research Environments (VREs), while at the same time connecting, using and contributing to the big infrastructures. To make this tangible a use case will be presented: ‘The speaking map of the Netherlands’.
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