Is there a possiblilty yet to save more bookmarked items to my Workspace, than results are displayed per page in the search interface? Example: based on a single-search query I get 100 results which are displayed across 5 pages (20 results p/p). In order to bookmark all 100 results, I have to repeat the bookmarking procedure 5 times. It would be great if I could bookmark all 100 results at once. Thanks, K.
Thanks for this, Liliana! I have another question/suggestion: When working in my workspace, I cannot see quickly which items are viewable (and hence segmentable/annotatable), unless I bookmark them as (non)viewable. In the search interface, however, it is possible to see at once whether or not an item is viewable, because it is indicated with en eye-icon. Would it be possible to provide something like this in the work space environment as well?
In addition, it might be useful to provide an option in workspace for the user to choose in which format bookmarked items can be exported. Currently export is only possible in json-files, which need to be converted into csv or excel-files first in order to extract data.
Great that the documentation of the metadata fields is available. It would be good to extend this to allow more understanding of hte implications. For example, the museum description gives more contextual information. This can be misleading when you search for the name of a film, and find an item that is another film, where the searched film is mentioned in the context.
Model for archival knowledge about metadata fields and values - e.g. when were the fields used, how do fields relate to those used by other archives, are certain values linked, and how? Thesaurus/ontology. This would help in finding data and understanding the context. In Dana's presentation at the summer school she mentioned how it was hard to choose the right keywords without archival knowledge - to a certain extent we can model that knowledge and help people. For example, at Beeld and Geluid we could model that NOS Journaal used to be called Journaal - that way people find more results.