Digital Humanities e Library and Information Science. Through the lens of knowledge organization
Keywords:Knowledge organization, Ontologies, Hermeneutics, Methodology, Classification
AbstractThis paper describes how the methodology of Digital Humanities is related to the Library and Information Science practices. The aim is to disclose connections and shared approaches. In particular knowledge organization and ontologies, as a tool for formalizing knowledge, are the contact points. Data modeling is increasingly perceived as a need among communities, as it is related to research scope and content of both the domains: on the one hand in data preservation, and on the other, in interpretation.
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