Développer des ressources numériques pour un public spécialisé : enjeux bibliothéconomiques et informationnels

Auteur/Author : Camille Hervé

Le centre de documentation de l’Institut Bioforce ambitionne de développer ses ressources numériques avec notamment un service de prêt numérique. Cette mission de stage a abouti à l’élaboration d’un plan d’action suivant une méthodologie de projet appuyée par des concepts de bibliothéconomie et des sciences de l’information et de la communication.

Ceci a permis de s’intéresser à la notion de document numérique et ses enjeux dans un contexte organisationnel spécifique, grâce à une analyse des sources de documentation numérique.

URL : Développer des ressources numériques pour un public spécialisé : enjeux bibliothéconomiques et informationnels

Alternative location : http://www.enssib.fr/bibliotheque-numerique/notices/67252-developper-des-ressources-numeriques-pour-un-public-specialise-enjeux-bibliotheconomiques-et-informationnels

Digital Curiosities Resource Creation Via Amateur Digitisation …

Digital Curiosities: Resource Creation Via Amateur Digitisation :

« Most memory institutions are now engaging with digitising holdings to provide online access. Although recent developments in technology have allowed users to create high quality digital resources out with institutional boundaries, little consideration has been given to the potential contribution that the general public can make to digitising our cultural heritage. This paper seeks to scope the growing trend of the creation of amateur online museums, archives, and collections, and demonstrates that the best examples of this endeavour can teach best practice to traditional memory institutions in how to make their collections useful, interesting, and used by online communities. »

URL : http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/171071/

Funding for Sustainability How Funders’ Practices Influence the…

Funding for Sustainability: How Funders’ Practices Influence the Future of Digital Resources :

« Over the past decade, philanthropic organizations and government agencies have invested millions of dollars, pounds, and euros in the creation of digital content in the not-for-profit sector. Their grants have facilitated major digitization efforts and encouraged innovative scholarly work possible only in an online environment. Still, the path from initial grant funding to long-term sustainability of these resources can be challenging.

Ithaka S+R, with generous support from the JISC-led Strategic Content Alliance, interviewed more than 80 individuals, including representatives from more than 25 funding bodies in Europe and North America with a focus on digital resources in the higher education and cultural heritage sectors. Through a year-long research process, Ithaka S+R observed a rich range of sustainability planning activities, but also identified areas for improvement in the funding process that are valuable to both funders and grant seekers. The report also offers funders and project leaders a high-level process for working together at the proposal stage to set plans for post-grant sustainability. »

URL : http://www.ithaka.org/ithaka-s-r/research/funding-for-sustainability