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OPEN?

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Sinai Rusinek

on 9 March 2015

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Transcript of OPEN?

OPEN?
free(open access)
not requiring registration
Passive | Active open access?
digital text -
The User as content provider
Commentator
Annotator/tagger
Citizen science
Crowd sourcing
User as Miner
User interface:
filters, visualizations,
open API
Linked open data

semantic web

Application programming interface
Downloadable
metadata/data?
transparent and complex
search options
Open source
embedding options
On where we are:
*(and that's us)
The two more obvious senses of "open" are:
However, there are other senses in which a resource may be considered closed, while free, or open, while requiring registration.
We could ask, for example, wheter the resource enables:
"Active" open access means that resource is not only not only open to give, but also to take, and thus treats
A resource may also be open to the input of users in processing its content:
Another sense of openess facilitates research by the user, giving her the tools to mine the data, through:
finally, in 'open' we can also mean that a resource is
open to 'talk to' other resources, to be interoperable,
thus contributing to the vision of:
This can be done by
Gazetteers,
prosopographies,
mark-up of references, of text re-use and of other connectivities
(vs. Behind a paywall)
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