Lebenszeichen im Netz : Digitale Medien und die Biographik

Bargmann, Monika . Lebenszeichen im Netz : Digitale Medien und die Biographik., 2007 In: Pannonia Research Report : Ausgezeichnete angewandte Forschungsergebnisse des Awards der Fachhochschulstudiengänge Burgenland. E. Weber, pp. 11-20. [Book chapter]

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English abstract

How archives, libraries and biographers will handle digital personal documents in the future poses a challenge to library science, archival science, literature, information technology and jurisprudence. The paper gives an overview of digital autobiographic genres such as personal websites, online diaries, ePortfolios, and so-called lifelong capture systems currently being developed. When using these documents as biographic sources, it is essential to manage the evaluation of relevance and authenticity, data protection, and data storage, and to find a way of coping with the sheer flood of digital data.

German abstract

Wie in Zukunft mit digitalen Lebensdokumenten in Archiven und Bibliotheken umgegangen wird, ist eine spannende Frage an der Schnittstelle von Bibliotheks- und Archivwesen, Literaturwissenschaft und Informationstechnik, die auch rechtliche Themen wie Daten- und Bildnisschutz berührt. Der Artikel gibt einen Überblick über digitale autobiographische Formen wie persönliche Websites und Online-Tagebücher, aber auch über im Entwicklungsstadium befindliche "Lifelong capture"-Systeme. Die Schwierigkeiten, wenn diese Formen als biographische Quellen verwendet werden sollen, liegen in der Bewertung der Bedeutung und der Authentizität, in der Datensicherung und in der Bewältigung der Datenfülle.

Item type: Book chapter
Keywords: weblogs, lifelong capture, digital media, long-term storage, digitale Langzeitarchivierung, biography, Biographik, social software, ePortfolios, Memex, cerebral library, personal websites, private Websites, mylifebits, lifelog, Datenschutz, data protection
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HQ. Web pages.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HI. Electronic Media.
Depositing user: Monika Bargmann
Date deposited: 27 Nov 2007
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:08
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/10123

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