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Ανάπτυξη ψηφιακών συλλογών λαογραφίας

  • Ethnography refers to various sectors of living such as: the customs, folk tales, music, songs, architecture, clothing, handicraft and the oral tradition of a community. The ethnographic collections are a valuable source for study and research about the cultural features of a country. An ethnographic collection consists of either text written on different kinds of materials, or still images, photographs, 3D objects, sound recordings, maps or even digital material. For such a variety and complexity that characterizes folklore, it is reasonable to have collections and subcollections with complex structure and rich semantics. The digitization projects should preserve the semantics and the structure of these collections, by describing their structure per se, as well as the their elements. In this paper we present a methodology for the development of a metadata model for the description of ethnographic collections. The model will work as a tool, supporting the description of digitized cultural material, the access to it from multiple users and thecommunication with other systems. Furthermore, it will contribute to the connection between complex collections and their objects either semantically, or temporarily, or any other way that suits for the nature of collection and the user's needs. The paper focuses on the most important factors of the creation of a model, which are the following: a) the description of the collections and the objects that contain, b) the metadata schemes, which are based on international standards and c) the requirements for the semantic interoperability of metadata.
  • Λουρδή, Ειρήνη
  • Παπαθεοδώρου, Χρήστος
  • Γρηγοριάδου, Σοφία Π.
  • 2003
  • Conference Paper
  • PeerReviewed
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