Digital Archives and Digital Humanities Research Project 2019 Annual Report
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How does our big data super-tool, The Academia Sinica Digital Humanities Research Platform, keep its compiled texts and system capabilities up to date?
Using our Open Museum's new "Curation" functionality, what new configurations of digital exhibition can be published to popularize research?
What can you ask our semantic query system, based on Taiwan's first Linked Open Data subject datasets?
What were the research progress and highlights of our fifteen subprojects in 2019?
The Digital Archives and Digital Humanities Research Project 2019 Annual Report is now online!
The core mission of the Academia Sinica Center for Digital Cultures (ASCDC) is to preserve, disseminate, and create culture through digital methods. Under this premise, ASCDC actively researches and develops digitization tools and platforms. It manages and puts out calls for the subprojects of the Academia Sinica's Digital Archives and Digital Humanities Research Project, and collaborates with Academia Sinica’s various institutes to promote interdisciplinary digital humanities research. In addition, it is devoted to Linked Open Data (LOD) research and practice, innovative applications for digital data and academic research, and opening up digital platforms to advance knowledge sharing, in the hopes of enriching culture via new ways of narration, interpretation, and dissemination. Important achievements include the Academia Sinica Digital Humanities Research Platform, Open Museum, GIS for Religious Landscape in Taiwan, LOD Datasets, Creative Comic Collection, and the Walking into the Past and Present book series and app.
To broaden awareness of our newest developments, ASCDC has specially published the Digital Archives and Digital Humanities Research Project 2019 Annual Report to convey the key points of our projects' research and highlighted achievements in 2019.
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1. Academia Sinica Center for Digital Cultures – Main Project (Inst. of History and Philology)
2. The Institute of History and Philology's Project to Digitally Innovate Academic Settings (Inst. of History and Philology)
3. The Project for Digital Archives of Geographic Information and Development of Spatial Humanities (Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences)
4. Digital Archive of Amis and Yami Oral and Translated Legends (Inst. of Ethnology)
5. Postwar Rural Demobilization and Resources Reorganization (Inst. of Modern History)
6. Taiwan Historical Archives Digitization & Value-adding Project – Passports Issued by the Taiwan Government-General During Japanese Rule (Inst. of Taiwan History)
7. Gender, Media and War: Kuomintang Women's Social Networks During the War of Resistance Against Japan (Year Two) (Inst. of Modern History)
8. Preliminary Study of Local Elite Networks in Japanese Colonial Taiwan: The Case of Yang Zhaojia and the ITH Diary Knowledge Bank (Inst. of Taiwan History)
9. Suffering from Illness and Fear of Death: Digital Humanities Research on Illness Narratives in Eminent Monk Biographies from Historical Perspective (Inst. of Chinese Literature and Philosophy)
10. Digital Editions for the Study of Early Medieval China (Inst. of Chinese Literature of Philosophy)
11. Taiwanese Folk Religion Digital Audiovisual Platform Project (III) (Inst. of Taiwan History)
12. Automated Information Extraction for Ancient Chinese Texts (III) (Inst. of Information Science)
13. Biodiversity Digital Museum: Dr. Ching-I Peng's Legacy of Biodiversity Research (Biodiversity Research Center)
14. Linked Data for Database of Name Authority and The Database of Qing Official Titles at IHP (Inst. of History and Philology)
15. Open Up: IHP Museum Online (Inst. of History and Philology)
16. "Wooden Slips Character Dictionary" Development Project – An Exploration of the Structure and Technology of Open Source Database (Inst. of History and Philology)