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Launched: 2018.10.27

This digital museum combines functions of collection management and research presentation, and serves as a platform to translate and showcase Academia Sinica’s research. Through open licensi ... moreng methods, it gathers open resources across international borders and presents valuable archives belonging to organizations and private collectors. By developing various presentation tools and modules, it provides an environment adaptable to different multimedia narratives in service of digital exhibition.less ^


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Launched: 2018.10.27

This cloud-based textual analysis platform offers open access to digital documents and tools, empowering solo or collaborative research. Users can upload texts and authority files, join rese ... morearch groups on different topics, and contribute to the open textual corpus by sharing data. Computational tools include automatic markup, frequency statistics, text comparison, associative analysis, spatial-temporal presentation, and data visualization. This platform specializes mostly in Chinese scripts, with a view to amplify methodologies in history, literature, linguistics, archaeology, and other fields that may involve quantitative textual analysis.less ^

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Launched: 2018.03

Responding to the global online trend of knowledge sharing and open data, ASCDC is converting metadata to LOD machine-processing standards and publishing it on open data platforms, linking T ... moreaiwan’s digital cultural heritage to the world across language and cultural boundaries. In 2018, ASCDC officially launched the research-focused Linked Open Data Laboratory, adopting various ontologies including the Europeana Data Model and BIBFRAME to construct a model for data conversion. less ^

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Launched: 2017.03

This platform collects Linked Open Datasets converted by ASCDC, with over 600,000 5-star open data entries and over 5.3 million triplets, composing 13 LOD datasets in various fields, downloa ... moredable and searchable via SPARQL query.less ^

This is the Chinese edition of the Art & Architecture Thesaurus (AAT) developed and published by the Getty Research Institute. The thesaurus contains about 35,000 entries and besides English ... more, it has also been adapted into Spanish and partially into French, Italian, Dutch, and German. The AAT-Taiwan team is currently in the process of translating and introducing more Chinese art terms. The AAT is a structured vocabulary with topics including art, architecture, decorative arts, material culture, and archival materials. Its initial focused was on Western terms, but is expanding its scope to cultures worldwide. It serves as a basis for cataloging and documentation, assisting data retrieval for art, architecture, and material culture. Many US museums currently use AAT as a tool for collection descriptions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City. Due to its rich knowledge and data framework, it can also serve as a tool for academic research.less ^

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Launched: 2022.06

The "Academia Sinica Publications Integration Platform" has collected nearly 3,000 pieces of bibliographic information from 16 research units of the institute since 1932, allowing users to b ... morerowse through everything with just one click and keep up with the latest trends in the academic world. Through the three functions, "From the Date to Publishing," "Book Library Overview," and "Book Library Search," not only can search the theme series of the whole academy, new book information, etc. One can also glimpse the research direction that Academia Sinica focuses on and each unit's development process and publishing characteristics. In the future, the platform will continue to integrate the energy of the entire Academia Sinica and provide internal assistance. Scholars increase academic productivity and externally show readers the latest research trends of Academia Sinica. less ^

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Launched: 2021.01.26

Rapidly responding to the needs of modern society, this website gathers the work of 18 humanities and social science scholars answering the call of Paul R. Katz, Distinguished Research Fello ... morew at the Institute of Modern History, to re-examine the many changes brought about by the pandemic, and attempt to utilize historical research to seek various ways of handling the situation. The website showcases aspects of research conducted by Academia Sinica beyond coronavirus testing and vaccine development.less ^

Gather the interdisciplinary survey and research results from the five-year-long project "A Social and Cultural Survey of Rural Taiwan," along with related references. It provides an integra ... moreted query and visualized presentation by linking the government's data and open data and combining semantic descriptions. Users can browse the data collected before, during, and after field research and conduct further research on rural studies. The GIS map presents 103 field research sites and links to about 29 map layers to facilitate field surveyors to explore historical changes by contrasting ancient and modern maps.less ^

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Launched: 2022.10

Taiwan's first online rural museum vividly presents the results of "A Social and Cultured Survey of Rural Taiwan" Project through popular science translation and digital methods presentation ... more, allowing visitors to conduct an in-depth exploration of rural Taiwan. More than 50 sub-collections (one for each village), over 30 featured exhibitions, and over 23,000 digital collections have been established and are continuously updated. The exhibitions are all spread out over villages in the north, central, south, and east of Taiwan, plus the outlying islands. These exhibitions present critical local issues in Taiwan's rural areas, including industrial development, community development, industrial impact, ageing, religious rituals, and more.less ^

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Launched: 2022.05

With the theme of "The Digital World in an Age of Uncertainty: Humanizing Technology for Wellness, Resilience, and Creativity," gathered more than 100 experts and scholars from 8 countries; ... moreexplored the development of humanized technology in the digital age through 3 keynote speeches, 10 paper presentations, 6 workshops, as well as poster competitions and poster presentations.less ^

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