本論文根據國家政策推動數位內容產業為基準，設計與實作跨領域表演藝術數位典藏之資訊平台，以國立臺北藝術大學典藏作品，高展示性能、藝術設計以及網頁展示技術之自動化，開發專屬於綜合型跨領域藝術數位典藏資源網，有別於單領域設計之典藏資源網，並將表演藝術之圖像、文字、影像、語音等資料運用資訊科技加以數位化並整合運用，來完整呈現典藏系統特色－結合校史資料、音樂、舞蹈、戲劇、美術、文化資源與電影新媒體展演內容，設計獨有之綜合型表演藝術跨領域主分類與次分類之後設資料，讓數位典藏成果透過標準且簡單的程序達到保存、使用之功效，有助於提升文化內涵，以利數位資源長久保存機制，並以藝術大學典藏做充實收錄。為便利各使用者能擴大使用典藏數位化計畫資源與整合服務的機制，開發建置數位典藏平台系統，以期數位典藏資源規劃服務與加值機制，能讓使用者透過單一窗口，即可方便地獲取資源與服務及數位學習，進而促進數位化成果的長久典藏與有效取用，並提供數位典藏與數位學習資訊平台之實務研發經驗分享。 This paper focuses on the design and practice of information platforms for digital collections of trans-disciplinary performing arts, whose purpose corresponds to the current government policy on the promotion of the digital contents industry. We adopt art collections of Taipei National University of the Arts as our subjects for design and practice to demonstrate the technology of automating processes of artistic design and display. The information platform that we have developed for digital art collections is an integrated trans-disciplinary resource network involving a variety of performing arts. Images, texts, as well as video and audio data of performing arts are first digitized and then further inter-connected in order to present an incorporated profile that simultaneously features the unique and various characteristics of diverse performing arts. This incorporated profile combines an assortment of resources into one network, including the historical data of the university and materials related to multiple fields such as music, dancing, opera, art, culture, and new media. The involvement of this incorporated profile in our designing of categorization definitely facilitates the preservation and application of digital art collections through a standardized, accessible, and meanwhile actively interwoven network. The primary goals of our project are as follows: (a) to increase the usage of and improve the servicing mechanism of digital resources in performing arts; (b) to develop and establish information platforms for digital art collections that will enable users to get access to resources and services through a single interface, based on the planning and value-added system for digital performing arts; (c) to promote effective application and long-term preservation of performing arts with the assistance of digital information technology; (d) to share our research experience of developing the information platform for performing arts.
圖書與資訊學刊, 83(5:2), 19-48 Journal of Librarianship and Information Science