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Jan 22, 15

Liste du nombre de DOI déclaré par chaque publisher

Jan 03, 15



En 2002, l’ESFRI (European Strategy Forum For Research Infrastructures) a été créé pour réfléchir à la structuration des infrastructures dont la recherche aurait besoin pour se développer dans les années à venir en Europe.

Publié fin 2008, un rapport recense les différents projets qui ont retenu l’attention des experts, ainsi que quelques informations sur leur coût présumé, et leur délai de mise en œuvre. Bien sûr, une large consultation de tous les acteurs a été organisée pour obtenir ces priorités.

  • Embedded in other structures, social arrangements, and technologies;
    • Transparent (and largely invisible) once established, “reappearing” only at moments of upheaval or breakdown;
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    • Defined by its reach beyond particular spatial or temporal locations;
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    • Learned as a part of membership within particular professional, social, or cultural communities;
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    • Deeply linked with conventions of practice and other forms of routinized social action;
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    • Built on, shaped and constrained by its relationship to an already installed base;
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    • Fixed and changed in modular increments, through complex processes of negotiation and mutual adjustment with adjacent systems, structures, and practices [9].

  • Les historiens doivent donc réfléchir à la fois à la manière de faire de la recherche, d’écrire et d’enseigner dans un monde d’abondance historique sans précédent et à la manière d’éviter une future pénurie de ressources. Or, si ces perspectives ont fait débat chez les bibliothécaires, archivistes et informaticiens, les historiens s’en sont presque tous désintéressés.
  • Ce détachement provient pour partie de l’idée qu’il s’agit de problèmes « techniques » très éloignés des préoccupations des spécialistes en sciences humaines et sociales*.
  • Les historiens ont aussi tendance à s’appuyer sur une répartition professionnelle des responsabilités, laissant ces questions aux archivistes.

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Jan 01, 15

This is the public wiki for the Heritrix archival crawler project.

Heritrix is the Internet Archive's open-source, extensible, web-scale, archival-quality web crawler project.

Heritrix (sometimes spelled heretrix, or misspelled or mis-said as heratrix/heritix/ heretix/heratix) is an archaic word for heiress (woman who inherits). Since our crawler seeks to collect and preserve the digital artifacts of our culture for the benefit of future researchers and generations, this name seemed apt.

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  • Afin d’accomplir sa mission de dépôt légal de l'internet de la façon la plus large possible, la BnF a signé en 2004, avec la fondation américaine Internet Archive (organisme à but non lucratif consacré à l'archivage du web), une convention de recherche portant sur la définition du « domaine national » pour une campagne d’archivage. C’est dans le cadre de cette convention, qu’Internet Archive a réalisé, au profit de la BnF, de 2004 à 2008, des « instantanés » annuels du domaine national français.
  • Heritrix
  • c’est l’adoption du logiciel danois NetarchiveSuite

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  • As a consequence, when asked to create metadata descriptions of the data for a shared CENS metadata registry, researchers lack specific data users, and thus describe their data for members of their most likely “imagined public:

  • Characteristics of a memography include:
  • Translation Support
  • Translation Support

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  • I argue that the humanities need to consider the multiple opportunities  associated with cyberinfrastructure, while maintaining epistemic integrity and avoiding  modeling new infrastructure uncritically after existing models.
  • what is  humanities cyberinfrastructure
  • What are the infrastructural needs of the humanities?

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  • What continues to puzzle me, as chair of the ACLS  Commission, is that Presses don't see the report as anything that could be useful  to them in their conversations with university administrators about just these  issues, and also that these publishers--both university presses and scholarly  societies--seem always to start from the premise that the status quo is  non-negotiable, and then proceed to explain why they have no choice but to act as  they have been acting, since the economic conditions under which they operate are  non-negotiable.
  • But these are remarkable  precisely because they are exceptions, and the recent report from Ithaka ("University Publishing in a Digital Age") makes it clear  that university presses are losing mind-share with their campus-level  administrators, and losing the initiative to university libraries
  • In our interviews we detected significant detachment from  administrators about publishing's connection to their core mission; a high  level of energy and excitement from librarians about reinventing their roles on  campus to meet the evolving needs of their constituents; and a wide range of  responses from press directors, from those who are continuing to do what they  have always done, to those who are actively reconnecting with their host  institutions’ academic programs and engaging in collaborative efforts to  develop new electronic products.

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Dec 31, 14

" Arrêté du 10 décembre 2014 pris en application de l'article L. 132-17-8 du code de la propriété intellectuelle et portant extension de l'accord du 1er décembre 2014 entre le Conseil permanent des écrivains et le Syndicat national de l'édition sur le contrat d'édition dans le secteur du livre "

  • The humanities  are arguably in a position to co-create and co-construct their own notion of  cyberinfrastructure, as well as implementing it, even if the discourse and its associated  implementations do not necessarily conform fully to a science and engineering based model  or previous layers of scholarly infrastructure.
  • The first part discusses the notion and  discourse of research infrastructure critically, and relates this to the humanities and  humanities infrastructure. There is a significant gap between the grand visions of the  discourse of cyberinfrastructure and the actual, implemented infrastructure.
  • It is argued  that it is essential that the humanities embrace current opportunities and explore  multiple visions when considering cyberinfrastructure for the humanities, while avoiding  the dangers of being uncritically modeled after existing humanities infrastructures or  after technology and science based models.

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