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Data publishing and dissemination

Presentation and dissemination / communication of results and findings, using techniques such as desktop publishing or website design.

See the tabs in the box at the bottom for a list of People and Projects using this category of method at Oxford. The category comprises the subheadings below; click on the expand button next to each one to see a list of detailed methods, with definitions taken from arts-humanities.net. The links on each individual method take you to the national list of related projects there.

Personalisation : This one is not in arts-humanities.net.
Resource sharing publishing : Resource sharing describes arrangements that give different users shared access to resources (e.g. audio, textual, video and graphical data) on a peer-to-peer (P2P) network, wiki, Virtual Research Environment (VRE) or similar means for collaboration or pu
Streaming media : Streaming media are multimedia that are constantly received by, and normally presented to, an end-user while being delivered by a streaming provider. The name refers to the delivery method of the medium rather than to the medium itself.
User contributed content : User contributed content, a concept also known as ‘consumer-generated media’ (CGM), ‘user-created content’ (UCC) or ‘user-generated content’ (UGC), refers to various kinds of media content that are contributed to a project by the end-users.
Collaborative publishing : The collaborative creation of content (graphical, textual, audio, video etc.) which evolves over time in a publicly-accessible workspace. Examples can include Wikis and collaborative blogs.
Desktop publishing and pre-press : Desktop publishing uses page layout software to create publication documents on a computer. These documents can include displays, leaflets and slide shows as well as books; the term can also apply to websites. Generally, specialist software is required, a
Disk publishing : Amalgamating software, media or documents onto a disk (CD, DVD, Blu-Ray etc.) with installation files or viewer software. A CD can usually hold up to 700MB, a DVD can hold between 4GB and 17GB, and a Blu-Ray Disk (BD) can hold between 25GB and 50GB of dat
Presenting : This one is not in arts-humanities.net.
General website development : The term ‘website development’ can incorporate interface and application (e.g. Flash) design and coding and programming for the Web, for example the use of markup languages (e.g. XHTML and XML), stylesheets (e.g. CSS and XSLT), server-side scripting (e.g.
Server scripting : Server-side scripting is a technology in which a user's request is fulfilled by running a script directly on the web server to generate dynamic web pages. It is usually used to provide interactive web sites that interface to databases or other data stores
Web browser scripting : Websites use scripting to enhance the browsing experience. JavaScript and VBScript are the most popular scripting languages on the Web.
People (49)
Abigail Williams Lord White Fellow in English, Professor of Eighteenth-Century Literature English Faculty
Alison Petch Researcher, Registrar Pitt Rivers Museum
Alun Edwards Research Officer IT Services
Anna Marie Roos Research Fellow History Faculty
Benjamin Weaver Classics Faculty
Christopher D. Stephens Systems Developer IT Services
Christopher Gosden Professor, Chair of European Archaeology Archaeology Institute
David Helliwell Curator of Chinese Collections, Bodleian Library Bodleian Libraries Research & Learning Services
David O'Shaughnessy Research Associate, Leverhulme Trust Research Project: William Godwin's Diaries 1788-1836 and Junior Research Fellow at Linacre College Politics & Int Relations
David R. Howlett Editor, Medieval Latin Dictionary Classical Languages
David Womersley Professor English Faculty
Emma Huber Subject Librarian for German, Taylor Institution Library; UKOLN, Work Package Leader, IMPACT Project; Oxford, EEBO Reviewer Bodleian Libraries Research & Learning Services
Eric Meyer Professor of Social Informatics at the Oxford Internet Institute Oxford Internet Institute
Gary Lock Professor of Archaeology Archaeology Institute
Geraldine Johnson Associate Professor in History of Art History of Art
Helena Hamerow Professor, University Lecturer in European Archaeology (Early Medieval) Archaeology Institute
Ian McClelland Communications and Information Coordinator, Refugee Studies Centre International Development
Jacob Dahl University Lecturer in Assyriology Griffith Institute
James Cummings Senior Academic Research Technology Specialist, Academic IT, IT Services, University of Oxford IT Services
Jerome Mairat eCurator Ashmolean Museum

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