Digital Collections and websites
Murdoch Munro Collection (1914-1919)
Description: Digital Collection of WW1 correspondence from Lance Corporal Murdoch Munro of the 1/4th Seaforth Highlanders.
- Omeka Classic; Dublin Core and VRA Core record descriptions; uses CCO (cataloging cultural objects) standard, name authority file example.
Description: The story of a family's forced evacuation from Silesia (now part of Poland) in 1945 during the Second World War.
- Unpublished book written in German and currently being translated.
- Maphub experiment (following the journey)
Captain Ball Fountain
The Henry F. Jenks Fountain in the town of Warwick Massachusetts.
- see the front page newspaper article in the Greenfield Recorder! Captain Ball Fountain in Warwick inspires a research project.
Martial Arts Weapons of Hapkido and Kuhapdo
Sample of a Martial Arts Digital Collection
Early digital collection (coursework)
Ontologies built using Protege v3.5. These can be exported as HTML files and viewed through your browser. Click on images to download (pending). Visualizations are also viewable. Some are created using OWLGrEd a graphical OWL ontology editor.
Protege v3.5 Project - Basic example
OWLGrEd - ontology visualization
Protege v3.5 Project - Murdoch Munro Collection ontology (download file)
OWLGrEd - Murdoch Munro Collection ontology visualization
ContentDM Project experience as student. Two collections of image records were formed using Dublin Core terms and another using a VRA Core schema. For VRA Core records I incorporated some local terms from the Murdoch Munro Collection (1914-1919) which is described using v. 4.0. However XML records were exported in the flat structure of VRA Core v. 3.0. Image records were created using Cataloging Cultural Objects guidelines (CCO).
Screenshot of some image records using ContentDM - image only
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