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Buddhist Studies in the Digital Age=數位化時代的佛學研究
Author 維習安 (著)=Wittern, Christian (au.)
Source 中華佛學學報=Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal=The Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies
Pages461 - 501
Publisher中華佛學研究所=The Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies
Publisher Url
Location新北市, 臺灣 [New Taipei City, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language中文=Chinese; 英文=English
KeywordModes of Scholarly Communication=學術溝通模式; Electronic Resources=電子資料; Buddhist Information Science=佛學資訊; Markup=標記
AbstractThe present paper attempts and evaluation of the situation of Buddhist studies in the age of digital
resources and networked communication from the perspective of an individual scholar,as opposed
to viewing this situation from the perspective of learned societies or institutions. Attention is
drawn to three different aspects:communication,electronic resources, and methods.

Traditional modes both of informal communication and formal communication through scholarly journal
articles are contrasted with the new means to communicate using modern computer networks.

Electronic resources presently available are screened and evaluated,with the focus being
placed on canonical collections in different Buddhist languages. The main questions asked arereliability and fitness for scholarly research.

As evolving new methodology in Humanities Computing in general,but also in Buddhist studies, markup is considered as a contitio sine qua non in the creation of electronic resources and scholars are
urged to get familiar with the basic methods involved.

本論文擬以非學術團體的個人學者立場,評估佛學研究領域在資料數位化和網際網路溝通的時代現況. 本文將著重


另外,進行目前的電子資料審查和評估時,應特別注意各種佛教傳統藏經大量的資料庫. 於此,最重要的問題是資

無論是正在發展中的人文科資訊領域或佛學資訊,各種資料的標記 (markup) 為製作電子資料中一個不可否認的條
Table of contents1. Introduction
2. Communication
2. 1. Communication Before the Electronic Age
2. 1. 1. Informal Communication
2. 1. 2. The Scholarly Journal
2. 2. Communication in the Networked Age
2. 2. 1. Network Mediated Informal Scholarly Communication
2. 2. 2. Scholarly Journals and Articles on the Internet
3. Resources
3. 1. Digital Resources Become Available
3. 1. 1. The Buddhist Studies WWW Virtual Library
3. 2. Canonical Collections
3. 2. 1. Pali
A. Thai Version of the Pali Tripitaka
B. Pali Text Society Edition
C. Pali Tripitaka in Sinhala Script
D. Chattha Sangaya (Sixth Council) Edition
E. Comment
3. 2. 2. Towards a Digital Version of the Chinese Buddhist Canon
A. Early Developments
B. Recent Developments
3. 2. 3. Other Textual Collections
4. Methods
4. 1. Markup and the Need for Open Standards and Cooperation
4. 2. Methods for Combining Digital Resources
4. 3. Is there a Positivistic Tendency in Research Methods Based on Digital Resources?
5. Conclusion

ISSN10177132 (P)
Created date2000.07.22
Modified date2017.06.20

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