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Integrating digital libraries and electronic publishing in the DART project

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Integrating digital libraries and electronic publishing in the DART project
The Digital Anthropology Resources for Teaching (DART) project integrates the content acquisition and cataloging initiatives of a federated digital repository with the development of scholarly publications and the creation of digital tools to facilitate classroom teaching. The project’s technical architecture and unique publishing model create a teaching context where students move easily between primary and secondary source material and between authored environments and independent research, and raise specific issues with regard to metadata, object referral, rights, and exporting content. The model also addresses the loss of provenance and catalog information for digital objects embedded in “born-digital” publications. The DART project presents a practical methodology to combine repository and publication that is both exportable and discipline-neutral. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.3.7 [Information Storage and Retrieval]]: Digital Libraries – collection, dissemination,...
Gordon Dahlquist, Brian Hoffman, David Millman
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where JCDL
Authors Gordon Dahlquist, Brian Hoffman, David Millman
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