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Session coordinator: Jakub Petřík,  Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 23. 5. 2006, - 25. 5. 2006, entry between New Auditorium and Rajska Building

Investing in Knowledge for Heritage Management: DIHELIA E-Portal Project [contribution]

Author: Sebastia Montserrat,  University of Barcelona, Spain

Co-author: Eva Delgado, Pablo Campoy


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The main aim of this project is to investigate and identify the pillars of Knowledge Architecture in the field of Cultural Heritage. This will be carried out through the construction of a specialised Portal and a multilingual thesaurus for the social and educational dissemination of cultural, historic and natural heritage. We study cultural heritage and how it’s managed from a multidisciplinary point of view, employing the methods and procedures used in the human and social sciences, information technology and library science together with documentation. The research team will design the Dihèlia portal and the thesaurus through the use of a wide range of procedural activities. To achieve this, the information shall be organised on the basis of a multilingual taxonomy, involving an analysis of scientific production, the primary sources and information resources of the team’s researchers, the scientific community and any available resources that can be found on the Internet. In this way, we will design 5 databases (projects, resources and the culture of information, researchers, scientific production and cultural industries). We will work on the thematic areas of the realms of heritage through the use of 40 concept maps so as to construct the hierarchical thesaurus and the alphabetical thesaurus for information retrieval, which will be multilingual (Catalan, Spanish, English and French). The information system, which will be located on the website of the Scientific Park of Barcelona (URL: final aim of the research will be to confirm whether indeed digital and virtual environments, such as the portal, allow for the informative dissemination and scientific understanding of all aspects of heritage in the information society.

About the author

Dra. Montserrat Sebastià is a Head of a ArsMagna Research Group and a Director of Dihèlia e-Portal Project. She is specialized and research: concept maps, thesaurus, advanced information retrieval systems, personalisation, and information technologies applied humanities and social sciences. She teach University of Barcelona two topics: Knowlegde Organization and Information Retrieval Systems; and Information Ecology.

Mrs. Eva Delgado is a researcher of ArsMagna and Coordinator of Dihèlia Project. She is specialized: corporate taxonomy, information retrieval systems, personalisation, and heritage cataloguing.

Mr. Pablo Campoy is an information architect, researcher of ArsMagna Research Group. He is specialized: Resorces Web, standards, usability, and information technologies.

Other papers in this session:

The Open e-print Archive E-LIS Invites Czech Authors [contribution]

Author: Eva Bratková, Charles University - Institute of Librarianship and Information Studies, Czech Republic

XML and Security [poster / contribution]

Author: Dagmar Brechlerová, Czech University of Agriculture - Faculty of Economics and Management, Czech Republic

Information Strategy and Creation of Information Sources in Design [poster / contribution]

Author: Anna Faklová, Slovak Design Center, Slovakia

Out of the Scratch, Into the Blue? Considerations upon Designing of a New Digital Library [poster/contribution]

Author: Henryk Hollender, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

The Emergence of the Specialized Digital Library of the National Film Archive in Prague [contribution]

Author: Pavla Janásková, National Film Archive in Prague, Czech Republic

Tools for Collaborative Creating and Sharing Information and Knowledge [contribution]

Author: Jiří Jelínek, University of Economics - Faculty of Management, Czech Republic

Co-author: Tomáš Kincl

Fulltext Databases of Theses and Dissertations – Free Access to Valuable Source of Specialized Information [contribution]

Author: Věra Jurmanová Volemanová, Masaryk University in Brno - Faculty of Arts, Czech Republic

Providing Full-texts and Factual Data [contribution]

Author: Rostislav Kudláček, Information Specialist, Czech Republic

The Digitization and Digital Collections in Research and Archival Libraries in Estonia [poster / contribution]

Author: Helle Maaslieb, Estonian Literary Museum Archival Library, Estonia

Co-author: Signe Jantson / University of Tallinn

The European Library - Project TEL-ME-MOR [poster / contribution]

Author: Eva Marvanová, National Library of the Czech Republic

Information System Media Education (ISM): Networking for a New Digital Reference Tool [poster / contribution]

Author: Heike vom Orde, Bavarian Broadcasting Corporation (BR), Germany

SciTech Navigator [poster / contribution]

Author: Alena Paulíková, Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Slovakia

Access to Information Resources from the View of ten Years Experience [contribution]

Author: Jiří Potáček, Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry Brno

Co-author: Svobodová Věra / MZLU v Brně

Information Support of Business Processes - Expectation and Reality [poster / contribution]

Author: Tomáš Rain, Czech University of Agriculture in Prague, Czech Republic

Co-author: Ivana Švarcová

Polythematic Structured Subject Heading System as a Tool to Organize Electronic Information Resources by Subject [poster / contribution]

Author: Linda Skolková, State Technical Library in Prague, Czech Republic

Co-author: Markéta Máliková /Státní technická knihovna, Lucie Šmídová / Vysoká škola chemicko-technologická v Praze, Ústav informačních studií a knihovnictví FF UK

Electronic Portal for Local Government ePUSA [poster / contribution]

Author: Jaroslav Svoboda, Ministry of Interior - Department on Public Administration Informatics, Czech Republic

Open Access to Scientific Information – What It Will Bring to the Libraries and Who Will Pay for It? [contribution]

Author: Martin Vítů, Charles University - Institute of Librarianship and Information Studies, Czech Republic

Creating of Effective Information System for Wood Processing Sector [poster / contribution]

Author: Alena Zuzánková, Pulp and Paper Research Institute, Slovakia

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