Research on Big Data Collection Mode of Ancient Village Culture Based on Network Crowdsourcing

Zhengxia XIE, Siqi LIU


In the long history of Chinese civilization, the village is the most basic social unit. However, in the wave of urbanization, the village culture is accelerating. Therefore, in the process of modernization, how to protect the village culture is an important issue that cannot be ignored. At the same time, with the advancement of the times, the introduction of modern information technology into the work of folk culture has become an important means of protecting traditional cultural heritage, but the historical and cultural materials of ancient villages are huge in number and form, which brings certain difficulties to the collection and collation of historical and cultural materials in villages. In order to solve the problems of large amount of data and difficulty of collection in ancient village digital culture protection, this paper combines ancient village cultural protection with inheritance and modern information technology, and proposes a big data collection mode based on crowdsourcing and supplemented by cloud service platform. Firstly, aiming at the status quo of cultural protection of ancient villages, we analyze the difficulties in data collection of ancient villages, and explain the necessity of combining cultural protection of ancient villages with network crowdsourcing. Then we design a network crowdsourcing mode and the ancient village cultural big data cloud service platform. At last, through the pilot verification, it verifies that the data collected by the crowdsourcing mode proposed in this paper has the advantages of high user participation, low cost, short time-consuming and quality control. This study effectively solves the problem of time-consuming and costly big data collection, and provides new feasible ideas for the digital inheritance and protection of ancient village culture. At the same time, the cloud platform can provide the deep excavation of ancient village culture, content indexing, literature compilation and publication, and thematic knowledge retrieval and so on. And this platform can serve as a basic tool for future cultural protection, heritage, research and foreign exchange in ancient villages.


China ancient villages; Crowdsourcing; Big data collection; Cloud service platform

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