Enhanced Publications are a new way to publish scientific and other results in an electronic article. The advantage of EPs is that the relation between the article and the underlying data facilitate the peer review process and other quality assessment activities. Due to the link between de publication and the research data the publication can be much richer than a paper edition permits. We present an example of EPs in which links are made to interview fragments that include transcripts, audio segments, annotations and metadata. EPs call for a new paradigm of research methodology in which digital persistent access to research data are a central issue. In this contribution we highlight 1. The research data as it is archived and curated, 2. the concept ""enhanced publication"" and its scientific value, 3. the ""fragment fitter tool"", a language processing tool to facilitate the creation of EPs, 4. IPR issues related to the re-use of the interview data.

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Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/131489
Organisation Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication (ESHCC)
Scagliola, S.I, van den Heuvel, H., van Horik, R, & Sanders, E. (2010). The VeteranTapes: Research Corpus, Fragment Processing Tool, Enhanced Publications for the e- Humanities. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/131489