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About the Derrida Archive project

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Princeton Project Proposal

Deliverables

Here's a list of what this project hopes to achieve. Eventually this list will link to actual stuff like documents.

  • outcome 1
  • outcome 2
Current Activities


Stuff you're doing right now.

Good headers are:

Analysis/Modeling

Linked Data Creation

Tool Exploration / Requirements Definition

Collaboration

Community Engagement

 


Link to working documents (for partners only)

Completed Work

Last updated Dec. 2016, to be updated again Mar. 2017

Phase 2 (Oct. 2016-Mar. 2017)

Collaboration

  • Attended second LD4P All-Hands meeting in Washington D.C.

  • Met with the Princeton Digital Humanities Center’s Derrida project management team (regarding their separate but potentially related project)

Data creation

  • Digitization

    • Arranged for digitization of the sample set of 500 objects

  • Transcription

    • Created MS Access data entry form

    • Hired student workers for double-blind data entry

    • Began transcription of dedications

    • Began comparison and reconciliation of transcriptions

Modelling

  • Participated in ongoing Rare Materials Ontology Extension work 

  • Followed developments in  LD4All Ontology Alignment Calls

Self-learning

Outreach

  • Presentations

    • Presented LD4P project update to Princeton’s professional catalogers

    • Presented to Princeton Library Management Group (LMG) on Limitless possibilities: the promise of linked data

  • Articles

    • Timothy A. Thompson, et al. (2016). From Notes to Annotations: Deconstructing Dedications in the Library of Jacques Derrida at Princeton University, Journal of Library Metadata, 16(3-4), 146-165. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19386389.2016.1258908


Phase 1 (Apr.-Sept. 2016)

Logistics and Planning

  • Created private GitHub wiki for Princeton internal documentation

  • Scheduled bi-weekly LD4P workshops for the core group

  • Outlined plans for Oct.-Dec. 2016, the first half of Phase 2

Collaboration

  • Expanded core group to include local Rare Books staff

  • Consulted with library IT staff

  • Consulted with faculty stakeholder in French and Italian Dept.

    • Explored the possibility of coordination with related CDH Derrida project

  • Met with the LD4P Project Manager during on-site visit

Data creation

  • Created proposal for imaging relevant pages from a sample of ~500 annotated books

  • Selected 525 objects from Derrida's library for digitization

  • Initiated process of hiring student help for the transcription of annotations in Phase 2

Modelling

  • Participated in collaborative LD4P Rare Materials ontology calls

    • Contributed to the creation, categorization, and prioritization of use cases

  • Participated in LD4All Ontology Alignment Calls

  • Worked on modelling of annotations, seeking input from members of the Web Annotation Working Group

Self-learning

Outreach

  • Discussed idea of training a select group of staff in linked data concepts


Pre-project activities (prior to Apr. 2016)

  • Formed core group within Library Technical Services Dept. and scheduled weekly meetings
  • Did initial modelling for annotations, investigate applicability of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Annotation Data Model  
  • Manually created 45 sample annotations in turtle format
    • Prototyped an annotation creation tool
  • Consulted with Princeton University Center for Digital Humanities (CDH)
  • Presentation:

 

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