Online Digital Sources and Annotation System

ODSAS is a platform for storing, personalized manipulation and individual and collective multilayer annotation of digital resources in the social sciences and humanities. Its purpose is to serve the scientific community of the social sciences and humanities to archive and creatively work on their material.

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Jocelyn Aznar
Laurent Dousset
Alexandre François
Barbara Glowczewski
Allison Jablonko
New Guinea Collection
Pierre-Adolphe Lesson






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ODSAS is a scientific platform for storing, personalized manipulation and individual and collective multilayer annotation of digital resources. The platform is based (but not exclusively intended for) the needs of social sciences and humanities with particular accent on anthropologists' needs.

Components

The ODSAS platform has two components.

The first component is constituted by the technology, software and webserving, which is called ODSAS itself and which is hosted.  Funds for hosting the platform have come from various institutions (CNRS, Maison Asie-Pacifique, Ministry for Research and Higher Education, CREDO....).

The second component is constituted by the program of digitizing and organizing the collections and archival sources. This component is called ADAP (Archives Digitales Asie-Pacifique). While ODSAS is not limited to Pacific and Australian material, the latter are without doubt an important aspect. Many people have contributed to ADAP.

Funding

Over the years, ODSAS has been co-funded by several institutions:
- CNRS-funded staff;
- EHESS-funded staff (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales);
- Staff and digitization equipment is hosted by Aix-Marseille University;
- Server costs have been covered for many years by MAP (Maison Asie-Pacifique); today ODSAS is hosted by the IR Huma-Num;
- CREDO (Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie) is contributing to cover other regular and exceptional costs;

Additionally, we receive funds from project applications such as Huma-Num, Archives des Ethnologues, BSN5 (Ministry for Research and Higher Education), etc.



Hosted by Huma-Num         Harvested by Isidore

BW prints : note scanned

Allison Jablonko : Baruya of Papua New Guinea (id: collection 85)
ID ODSAS set 3557
Allison Jablonko
URI /set/3557
1998-03-12
ODSAS

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Photographs/Pictures / Artwork

BW prints : Eating after kinship

Allison Jablonko : Baruya of Papua New Guinea (id: collection 85)
ID ODSAS set 3556
Allison Jablonko
URI /set/3556

ODSAS

12
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Photographs/Pictures / Artwork

BW prints : Yuvarande's house SP6, SP7

Allison Jablonko : Baruya of Papua New Guinea (id: collection 85)
ID ODSAS set 3555
Allison Jablonko
URI /set/3555

ODSAS

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Photographs/Pictures / Artwork