Kultura brytyjskiej sieci web

Josh Cowls

Abstrakt


Autor przedstawia brytyjski projekt BUDDAH, który polegał na tym, że naukowcy korzystając ze zgromadzonych zasobów archiwalnych pobranych z sieci robili humanistyczne badania naukowe. Chodzi­ło o stwierdzenie, czy jest sens w archiwizacji stron internetowych w celach badawczych. W artykule opisano wiele różnych badań, podejść metodologicznych, studiów przypadków oraz narzędzi technicznych, które stworzono, by zrealizować te badania.


Słowa kluczowe


archiwizacja stron internetowych; projekt British Library; BUDDAH; badania humanistycz­ne; humanistyka cyfrowa;

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Bibliografia


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