Annual Review of Cultural Heritage Informatics 2014 by Samantha K. Hastings

By Samantha K. Hastings

Produced via The collage of South Carolina’s university of Library and data technological know-how this is often the authoritative annual compilation of analysis, top practices, and a overview of literature within the fields of cultural history, imaging for museums and libraries, and electronic humanities. The scope is foreign.

The Annual will construct at the commonality of pursuits among museums, files and libraries, and scholarship within the arts and arts. an article board should be created from 4 to seven students within the box to incorporate yet no longer restricted to researchers and knowledge execs with prior paintings within the box of cultural history and informatics.

Each factor will comprise 3 significant elements:

• unique examine articles
• Literature studies at the 3 major learn parts within the field:, Social networking and cultural associations, the worth of tradition, and open resource resources
• assessment of developments and applied sciences within the field

The Annual assessment is a vital review and synthesis of this nascent and turning out to be field.

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Explicit knowledge may be formatted for organization, transmission, and replication. Yet tacit knowledge has the unique “ability to collaborate, to share a vision, [and] transmit a culture” (p. 8). As museums seek to go beyond the basics of preservation and exhibition, research turns to knowledge management to focus on the ability to transmit culture. Knowledge management enjoys the limelight, in part, due to the writings of Ikujiro Nonaka, famous for his development of the Socialization-Externalization-Combination-Internalization (SECI) model.

Examples of these connections are evidenced in the use of Twitter in the Arab Spring in 2011, and the creation of the “Activist New York” exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York (Herther, 2012, pp. 36–37). As technology empowers the masses to curate, how do we identify the curatorial voice? In an odd twist of fate, identification of curatorial voice is exceptionally more difficult to obtain today than it was a generation ago, as the disembodied voice is spread among a greater number of individuals.

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