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FORTH will provide an electronic tutorial for the FRBRoo ver 2.0. The purpose of this tutorial is to help potential future users to understand: (a) the complexity of the Library discourse and to understand that the FRBRoo is designed for resolving this complexity. (b easily FRBRoo ver 2.0’s usefulness and function. This process can be facilitated by interaction. The interaction provides a solution to various drawbacks of the simple animation tutorial, since the user has the opportunity to manage the time of the presentation, select the information that he is interested in understand specific subjects via exercises or ‘multiple choice’ questions etc… (c) and to make explicit that FRBRoo models the reality behind library practices as a whole and not just the library objects and the connections between them

We have considered the following user categories. 1. User: Library manager 2. User: Responsible for cataloguing 3. User: Programmer / information system designer

The table of content of this guide is the following Chapter 1 INTRO 1.1. Intro: Role and practices in cultural heritage institutions 1.2. Problem statement 1.3. New Technologies and Knowledge Representation 1.4. Conclusion Chapter 2 NECESSARY BACKGROUND ON LIBRARY PRACTICES 2.1. Intro: The bibliographic universe 2.2. Current cataloguing practices 2.3. Identity and identification 2.4. Authority control Chapter 3 NECESSARY BACKGROUND ON COMPUTER SCIENCE 3.1. Knowledge representation 3.2. Ontologies
2.3. Object oriented vs. entity relationship models Chapter 4 FRBRer and CIDOC 4.1. FRBR, FRAD, FRSAD 4.2. CIDOC-CRM Chapter 5 UNDERSTANDING FRBRoo 5.1. FRBRoo History, definition and objectives 5.2. Intellectual products in FRBRoo: Analyzing FRBRer’s Group 1 Entities 5.3. The use of types in FRBRoo 5.4. Temporal entities for modeling intellectual processes:Extending CIDOC-CRM classes 5.5. Appellations and authority control Chapter 6 BENEFITS OF USE 6.1. Benefits of FRBRer 6.2. Benefits of CIDOC-CRM 6.3. Benefits of FRBRoo Chapter 7 IMPLEMENTATION 7.1. What is FRBRoo and what is not 7.2. Guidelines on FRBRoo implementation 7.3. Implementation methods 7.4. Current implementations. 7.5 FAQ

EXERCISES (separate category where exercises of all chapters are gathered) GLOSSARY

Contact person:
George Bruseker; Chrysoula Bekiari; Christos Georgis
ArtifactsBibliographic ListingsCodeDigital HumanitiesDataFileImagesImages (3D)InteractionLanguageLiteratureManuscriptMapMetadataMultimediaNamed EntitiesPersonsResearchSoftwareSoundStandardsTextText Bearing ObjectsToolsVideo
BrowsingEncodingInformation Retrieval > Analysis-Content AnalysisLinked open data > Enrichment-Annotation; Dissemination-PublishingMigration > Storage-PreservationOpen Archival Information Systems > Storage-PreservationPreservation Metadata > Storage-PreservationScanningSearchingVersioning > Storage-Preservation
Archaeology and PrehistoryArt and art historyCultural heritage and museologyEducationHistoryManagementMusicology and performing arts
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Eleni Tsouloucha (FORTH) from ⚐
Created on:
2018-10-25 12:12:11
No selection decision by National Coordinator