2014 West Africa Outbreak The 2014 Ebola outbreak is the largest in history and the first Ebola epidemic the world has ever known â affecting multiple countries in West Africa. Although the ris
Should you be afraid? How afraid? While it's tough to report well on any public health issue, it's especially tough in the case of Ebola, where the essenti
So far, experimental treatments haven't reached the places where they are most needed.
WikipediaWith all of the attention devoted to the current international Ebola outbreak, it is no surprise to see public concern that the disease might spread to the United States. It is even less s
Eman Gokpolu (with little Larry, named for my husband) is our African "son." He sends frequent updates from Liberia. UPDATE OCT. 7: Emmanuel (my "son") an
This is the first of two posts on Ebola this week. Tune in tomorrow for a look at the big questions facing Ebola researchers. You've probably heard that th
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Get the facts and latest updates on the Administration's response to Ebola.
MSF health promoter Ella Watson-Stryker writes about her experience as part of MSF's emergency Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone.
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The deadly ebola virus is now thought to have killed more than 200 people in West Africa, according to WHO.
20 October 2014 Last updated at 11:48 ET Share this page Delicious Digg Facebook reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Email Print Ebola crisis: Nigeria declared free of virus Please turn on Ja
The Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to companies marketing products claimed to be cures for Ebola. One firm says it will drop such claims — but it's still selling the produc
The new protocols are based on procedures followed by the international aid group Doctors Without Borders.
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How this story was constructed:
- As part of her work on "Generating Stories From Archived Collections", Yasmin AlNoamany requested that the Archive-It team assist expert archivists in selecting the best mementos from these collections. The archivists were given the following guidelines:
- The representative mementos should be selected from within the collection. There should not be any memento from outside the collection.
- The default value for the number of selected mementos is k ≈ 28. This value can be more or less based on the nature and size of each collection.
- We expect to have three generated stories out of each collection. Depending on the nature of the collection, some kinds of stories may not be applicable. For those collections, please specify if any of the previous kinds of stories cannot be created.
- You can choose a speciﬁc time period for generating the story. If the collection spans many years, you can choose a subset of the timespan of the collection.
- For selecting individual mementos:
- the language of the memento should be in English
- the memento should be on-topic (the content is related to the topic of the collection)
- the memento should produce a visually attractive snippet on Storify, an article (cnn.com/a/b/12/2015) is more preferred than a homepage (cnn.com)
- the memento should not be a (near-)duplicate of another memento in the list
- a memento with no missing resources is a better choice than a memento that is missing resources
- It gathered metadata from Archive-It's interface using Archive-It Utilities
- It formatted the data for the story based on this metadata report and the URI-Ms supplied by the expert archivists.
Other information about the creation and use of this story:
- The dataset containing the mementos used in this and other human stories is available on Figshare.
- This mementos from this story were featured in:
- Yasmin AlNoamany, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson. 2017. Stories From the Past Web. arXiv Tech Report 1705.06218.
- Yasmin AlNoamany, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson. 2017. Generating Stories From Archived Collections. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM on Web Science Conference.
- Yasmin AlNoamany. 2016. Using Web Archives to Enrich the Live Web Experience Through Storytelling. PhD Dissertation. Old Dominion University.
- Shawn M. Jones, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson. 2019. Social Cards Probably Provide For Better Understanding Of Web Archive Collections. Proceedings of the 28th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management.