Browsing by Author "Plank, Margret"
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- ItemAcquisition of audiovisual Scientific Technical Information from OSGeo by TIB Hannover: A work in progress report(Delaware : Open Source Geospatial Foundation, 2015) Löwe, Peter; Plank, Margret; Marín-Arraiza, PalomaThis paper gives a work in progress report on the application of the TIB|AV Portal for audiovisual OSGeo content. The portal is a web-based platform for audiovisual media combining state-of-the art multimedia analysis with semantic based analysis, and retrieval. It meets the requirements by special libraries for reliable long term preservation, scientific citation via persistent identifiers, and applies metadata enhancement to enable innovative services for search and retrieval.
- ItemDas Kompetenzzentrum für nicht-textuelle Materialien an der Technischen Informationsbibliothek(Berlin : de Gruyter, 2014) Plank, Margret; Rosemann, Uwe[no abstract available]
- ItemExtending Media Literacy Education: The Popular Science Video Workshop(Den Haag : IFLA, 2017) Plank, Margret; Molnár, Attila Dávid; Marín-Arraiza, PalomaThis article discusses the current relevance of videos for communicating science and presents the state of the art of Media Literacy Education programs for scientists in this area. Some initiatives of these programs are supported by university libraries and specialised libraries, and others by universities and research centres themselves. We introduce a program which is designed to provide scientists with specific training for creating and publishing video abstracts. The participants learn how to write a script for a video and acquire the basic skills they need to record audio and video, and edit footage together into a complete unit. This combines both scientific communication and creativity. The aim of this article is to show how scientists can effectively record video abstracts for their papers on their own, how libraries can support them in this issue, and how important it is to extend Media Literacy Education by programs for scientists.
- ItemGRASS GIS, Star Trek and old Video Tape(Delaware : Open Source Geospatial Foundation, 2015) Löwe, Peter Heinz; Neumann, Janna; Plank, Margret; Ziedorn, Frauke; Lazar, Robert; Westervelt, James; Inman, RogerThis paper discusses the need for the preservation of audiovisual content in the OSGeo communities beyond the established software repositories. Audiovisual content related to OSGeo projects such as training videos can be preserved by multimedia archiving and retrieval services which are currently developed by the library community. This is demonstrated by the reference case of a newly discovered version of the GRASS GIS 1987 promotional video which is being included into the AV-portal of the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB). Access to the video will be provided upon the release of the web-based portal, allowing for extended search capabilities based on enhanced metadata derived by automated video analysis. This is a reference case for future preservation activities regarding semanticenhanced Web2.0 content from OSGeo projects
- ItemInformationsbeschaffungs- und Publikationsverhalten von Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern der natur- und ingenieurwissenschaftlichen Fächern : Auswertung einer Umfrage mit Schwerpunkt auf nicht-textuellen Materialien(Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB), 2017) Einbock, Joanna; Dreyer, Britta; Heller, Lambert; Kraft, Angelina; Niemeyer, Sandra; Plank, Margret; Schrenk, Philip; Sens, Irina; Struß, Julia; Tullney, Marco; Bernhofer, Carolin; Häfner, Peter[no abstract available]
- ItemTectonic Storytelling with Open Source and Digital Object Identifiers - a case study about Plate Tectonics and the Geopark Bergstraße-Odenwald(München : European Geosciences Union, 2014) Löwe, Peter; Barmuta, Jan; Klump, Jens; Neumann, Janna; Plank, Margret[no abstract available]
- ItemTIB AV-Portal: A reliable infrastructure for scientific audiovisual media(Prague : National Technical Library, 2016) Plank, MargretWith the AV Portal 1 , the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) 2 in collaboration with the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI)3 has developed a user-oriented platform for scientific films. This portal offers free access to high-quality computer visualisations, simulations, experiments and interviews as well as recordings of lectures and conferences from the fields of science and technology. The automatic video analysis of the TIB AV Portal includes not only structural analysis (scene recognition), but also text, audio and image analysis. Automatic indexing by the AV Portal describes videos at the segment level, enabling pinpoint searches to be made within videos. Films are allocated a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), which means they can be referenced clearly. Individual film segments are allocated a Media Fragment Identifier (MFID), which enables the video to be referenced down to the second and cited. The creator of the audiovisual media segment can choose between an Open Access licence and a declaration of consent, enabling them to decide how they wish to permit TIB to utilise the material. TIB recommends the “CC-Namensnennung – Deutschland 3.0” licence, which ensures that the creator is acknowledged and permits the comprehensive use of audiovisual media in research and teaching.
- ItemTIB’s Portal for audiovisual media: New ways of indexing and retrieval(Los Angeles : IFLA, 2014) Neumann, Janna; Plank, MargretThe German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) is developing a web-based platform for audiovisual media. The forthcoming audiovisual portal optimizes access to scientific videos such as computer animations, lecture and conference recordings. TIB’s AV- Portal offers new methods for searching within videos enabled by automated video analysis with scene, speech, text and image recognition. Search results are connected to new knowledge by linking the data semantically. This paper aims at describing the TIB’s portal for audiovisualmedia and the multimedia retrieval technologies as well as the added value for libraries and their users.
- ItemTowards an Open Research Knowledge Graph(Zenodo, 2018) Auer, Sören; Blümel, Ina; Ewerth, Ralph; Garatzogianni, Alexandra; Heller,, Lambert; Hoppe, Anett; Kasprzik, Anna; Koepler, Oliver; Nejdl, Wolfgang; Plank, Margret; Sens, Irina; Stocker, Markus; Tullney, Marco; Vidal, Maria-Esther; van Wezenbeek, WilmaThe document-oriented workflows in science have reached (or already exceeded) the limits of adequacy as highlighted for example by recent discussions on the increasing proliferation of scientific literature and the reproducibility crisis. Despite an improved and digital access to scientific publications in the last decades, the exchange of scholarly knowledge continues to be primarily document-based: Researchers produce essays and articles that are made available in online and offline publication media as roughly granular text documents. With current developments in areas such as knowledge representation, semantic search, human-machine interaction, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence, it is possible to completely rethink this dominant paradigm of document-centered knowledge exchange and transform it into knowledge-based information flows by representing and expressing knowledge through semantically rich, interlinked knowledge graphs. The core of the establishment of knowledge-based information flows is the distributed, decentralized, collaborative creation and evolution of information models, vocabularies, ontologies, and knowledge graphs for the establishment of a common understanding of data and information between the various stakeholders as well as the integration of these technologies into the infrastructure and processes of search and knowledge exchange in the research library of the future. By integrating these information models into existing and new research infrastructure services, the information structures that are currently still implicit and deeply hidden in documents can be made explicit and directly usable. This revolutionizes scientific work because information and research results can be seamlessly interlinked with each other and better mapped to complex information needs. As a result, scientific work becomes more effective and efficient, since results become directly comparable and easier to reuse. In order to realize the vision of knowledge-based information flows in scholarly communication, comprehensive long-term technological infrastructure development and accompanying research are required. To secure information sovereignty, it is also of paramount importance to science – and urgency to science policymakers – that scientific infrastructures establish an open counterweight to emerging commercial developments in this area. The aim of this position paper is to facilitate the discussion on requirements, design decisions and a minimum viable product for an Open Research Knowledge Graph infrastructure. TIB aims to start developing this infrastructure in an open collaboration with interested partner organizations and individuals.
- ItemVideos for science communication and nature interpretation: The TIB|AV-Portal as resource(München : European Geosciences Union, 2016) Marín Arraiza, Paloma; Plank, Margret; Löwe, Peter[no abstract available]