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Human values in curating a human rights media archive

Abigail C. Durrant, David S. Kirk, Stuart Reeves
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
We report on a case study of human rights media archiving at a genocide memorial centre in Rwanda, motivated by interests in ICT support to memorialisation practices.  ...  We identify transferable curatorial concerns for human rights media communication amongst scholarly networks and public audiences worldwide, elucidating interaction design challenges for supportive ICT  ...  In this paper, we contribute to these discussions on cultural engagement, diversity and value in HCI, by reporting on a study with a genocide memorial centre in Rwanda [18] about archiving human rights  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557196 dblp:conf/chi/DurrantKR14 fatcat:ryq7esi4vnfyxdac553mco5h2u

Human Security Informatics, Global Grand Challenges and Digital Curation

Anne J. Gilliland, James Lowry
1970 International Journal of Digital Curation  
The second is the Refugee Rights in Records (R3) Project, an example of wide-ranging HSI research that is focused on data, social media content and record-keeping, as well as on individual human rights  ...  It proposes a new framing emanating out of the archival and record-keeping community – Human Security Informatics (HSI) – for human and humanitarian-centered rather than data, artifact or research-centered  ...  The authors would also like to doi:10.2218/ijdc.v14i1.636 thank all of the institutions that have hosted and supported R3 symposia in Hungary, Ireland, the United States, Croatia and Sweden.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v14i1.636 fatcat:qgneuroslrfsbojiw5dswetutq

Data Curation and the Arts: How Do Musicians Curate Their Data?

Amy S. Jackson, Jonathan Wheeler, Todd Quinn
2016 Music Reference Services Quarterly  
Although recordings are not traditionally considered data, data curation principles can be applied to these types of files, and the library is positioned to become an active participant in this process  ...  Sharing files on social media is common, with Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo used most frequently.  ...  invested in copyright and performance rights, some performers may not fully understand all of the rights holders invested in a recording.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10588167.2016.1250582 fatcat:irk2fcbdfbfnzlruzfsfjtv65q

Transnational Radio Research and the Digital Archive: Promises and Pitfalls [chapter]

Sonja de Leeuw, Golo Föllmer, Alexander Badenoch
2018 Transnationalizing Radio Research  
The archive is a key site where media archaeology takes place as nowadays it is also a key site of digital software culture and, as a result, media archaeology relates to Digital Humanities.  ...  With the archival turn, the archive entered a stage of transition from storage to curation, emphasizing the role of the archivist in the formation of the archive.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839439135-016 fatcat:4wh7bi4go5fb5p4z6iz424zr4u

Our Marathon [chapter]

Jim McGrath, Alicia Peaker
2018 Digital Humanities, Libraries, and Partnerships  
Our Marathon is a crowdsourced digital humanities initiative that collected stories, photos, oral histories, social media, and other content related to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and their aftermath  ...  This chapter will describe the institutional origins and collaborative dimensions of Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive, a community project hosted by Northeastern University.  ...  ' Bill of Rights" and a "Student Collaborators' Bill of Rights") [7, 8] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-102023-4.00002-1 fatcat:tzc6rdhmjfe2zarvv5tx633kyy

Characteristics of Social Media Stories [chapter]

Yasmin AlNoamany, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An emerging trend in social media is for users to create and publish "stories", or curated lists of web resources with the purpose of creating a particular narrative of interest to the user.  ...  To support automatic story creation, we need to better understand as a baseline the structural characteristics of popular (i.e., receiving the most views) human-generated stories.  ...  the archives (on the right).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24592-8_20 fatcat:o2fyrcxo7nhonl2w4yudlp3qn4

Characteristics of social media stories

Yasmin AlNoamany, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson
2016 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
An emerging trend in social media is for users to create and publish "stories", or curated lists of web resources with the purpose of creating a particular narrative of interest to the user.  ...  To support automatic story creation, we need to better understand as a baseline the structural characteristics of popular (i.e., receiving the most views) human-generated stories.  ...  the archives (on the right).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-016-0185-3 fatcat:lneveqwuqrgafbm6u3mttlcmki

ArchiveWeb: Collaboratively Extending and Exploring Web Archive Collections [chapter]

Zeon Trevor Fernando, Ivana Marenzi, Wolfgang Nejdl, Rishita Kalyani
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Curated web archive collections contain focused digital contents which are collected by archiving organizations to provide a representative sample covering specific topics and events to preserve them for  ...  In this paper, we discuss how to best support collaborative construction and exploration of these collections through the ArchiveWeb system.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Jefferson Bailey from the Internet Archive who provided us with the contacts to his colleagues at university libraries and archiving institutions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-43997-6_9 fatcat:z5eurklh7jcdrpyc6idtser764

What Your Tweets Tell Us About You: Identity, Ownership and Privacy of Twitter Data

Heather Small, Kristine Kasianovitz, Ronald Blanford, Ina Celaya
2012 International Journal of Digital Curation  
We provide a case study of a specific data set to illustrate how data curators can engage with the topics and questions raised in the paper.  ...  and prompt additional research on the curation and preservation of social media data.  ...  Special thanks to Todd Presner, David Shepard and Yoh Kawano for collecting Twitter data, and allowing us to road test the many issues of social media data curation with their collection.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v7i1.224 fatcat:6sniglv2dveftkf7gmaapxdhfu

Film archives and digital humanities – an impossible match? New job descriptions and the challenges of the digital era

Adelheid Heftberger
2014 MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research  
<p class="p1">Th is article seeks to prompt a re-evaluation of the film archive's role within the current digital humanities debate as a logical, yet underrated, partner.  ...  The potential options for future collaboration between film archives and digital humanists as well as film scholars will also be discussed in this paper through an examination of the current situation.  ...  But let's think about ways digital humanities might shape curation within fi lm archives, which could -in short -result in a cinema programme or an online presentation.  ... 
doi:10.7146/mediekultur.v30i57.16487 fatcat:cthuvprfmzhu5jvgngzoxq444a

The Curation of Language Data as a Distinct Academic Activity: A Call to Action for Researchers, Educators, Funders, and Policymakers

Tobias Weber
2021 Journal of Open Humanities Data  
This position paper outlines curation as a distinct area of linguistics which supports the assessment of existing linguistic data sets.  ...  The discussion of skills and knowledge relevant for this task lays out requirements for training and preparing academics and professionals for curation in ways that creates career options.  ...  The combination of different skill sets beyond IT literacy, with a focus on the disciplinary roots in the humanities (including archival science), shape this profile and support the case for curation as  ... 
doi:10.5334/johd.51 fatcat:hnbxbwjdnnd77bykozxllmyktu

Web-archiving and social media: an exploratory analysis

Eveline Vlassenroot, Sally Chambers, Sven Lieber, Alejandra Michel, Friedel Geeraert, Jessica Pranger, Julie Birkholz, Peter Mechant
2021 International Journal of Digital Humanities  
While a number of national institutions have set up a national framework to archive 'regular' web pages, social media archiving (SMA) is still in its infancy with various countries starting up pilot archiving  ...  First, we aim to extend the most recent descriptive state-of-the-art of national web archiving, published in the first issue of International Journal of Digital Humanities (March 2019) with information  ...  This is also a good illustration of how open the international web archiving community is and our commitment to Open Science.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42803-021-00036-1 fatcat:sb7g63whmvetjhtug6ys3vhhge

Chapter 7 Mediating the Right to Education: An Analysis of UNESCO's Exhibition Album on Human Rights and Its Global Dissemination in 1951 [chapter]

Stefanie Kesteloot
2021 Media Matter  
1 Based on their findings, the Commission on Human Rights drafted a Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) that was adopted and signed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948.  ...  Huxley, an English biologist, defined the organization's philosophy as a "scientific world humanism, global in extent and evolutionary in background." 4 Some of UNESCO's campaigns focused on informing  ...  curators of the exhibitions in Italy and France were not alone in adding material to the Exhibition Album on Human Rights.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110696905-008 fatcat:qakqawroyvgkpp4ck7txl6bx6y

Sharing selves: Developing an ethical framework for curating social media data

Sara Mannheimer, Elizabeth A. Hull
2018 International Journal of Digital Curation  
In this paper, the authors draw upon their experiences in their multiple roles as data curators, academic librarians, and researchers to propose the STEP framework for curating and sharing social media  ...  The framework is intended to be used by data curators facilitating open publication of social media data.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like thank the Dryad curation team for their input and assistance with case studies.  ... 
doi:10.2218/ijdc.v12i2.518 fatcat:zylnovptqvfh7opew5xqrjqqri

Defining what digital curators do and what they need to know

Christopher A. Lee, Helen R. Tibbo, John C. Schaefer
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Digital libraries - JCDL '07  
DigCCurr Goals: Curriculum Develop a graduate-level curricular framework, course modules, and experiential components to prepare students for digital curation in a wide variety of organizations and with  ...  Starting Points: 2 Software and hardware obsolescence, media fragility, benign neglect, the expense of metadata creation, and intellectual property rights place many of these materials at risk.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1255175.1255183 dblp:conf/jcdl/LeeTS07 fatcat:bxro2fxy35bxtovus2fkgvgc7u
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