Publication

Bien documenter pour favoriser la découverte en ligne

Author
Josée Plamondon
Published
November 14, 2019
Production
Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault

(in French) This guide offers dance practitioners a method and tools to map our digital ecosystem, better preserve dance’s digital traces, represent information in the form of metadata, and understand what is required to relate these metadata to the Web of culture.

 

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Dance in Quebec: Boosting the Discoverability of Digital Content

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The project Dance in Quebec: Boosting the Discoverability of Digital Content aimed to promote the discoverability of dance works and artists, and to develop digital literacy and skills within the dance community. Consultant Josée Plamondon, who specializes in data retrieval systems, helped us build our…

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On November 14, 2019, at UQAM’s Department of Dance, the Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault launched the guide Bien documenter pour favoriser la découverte en ligne, created by digital content consultant Josée Plamondon. The launch marked the conclusion of the Fondation Jean-Pierre Perreault’s Making Dance Discoverable Online…

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