Digital Audiovisual Archives

Overview

Today, huge quantities of digital audiovisual resources are already available – everywhere and at any time – through Web portals, online archives and libraries, and video blogs. One central question with respect to this huge amount of audiovisual data is how they can be used in specific (social, pedagogical, etc.) contexts and what are their potential interest for target groups (communities, professionals, students, researchers, etc.).
This book examines the question of the ...

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Overview

Today, huge quantities of digital audiovisual resources are already available – everywhere and at any time – through Web portals, online archives and libraries, and video blogs. One central question with respect to this huge amount of audiovisual data is how they can be used in specific (social, pedagogical, etc.) contexts and what are their potential interest for target groups (communities, professionals, students, researchers, etc.).
This book examines the question of the (creative) exploitation of digital audiovisual archives from a theoretical, methodological, technical and practical point of view, especially in three main directions of work:
- The repurposing and republishing of existing audiovisual data.
- The building of community-centric audiovisual archives.
- The use of digital social media and Web 2 technology for the diffusion and sharing of audiovisual content.
This book presents a series of concrete examples of creative uses of digital audiovisual corpora for education, research and cultural heritage preservation and valorization.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781848213388
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 2/1/2012
  • Series: ISTE Series, #604
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 302
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction xi

Part 1 Analysis, Rewritings and Republications 1

Chapter 1 Analyzing an Audiovisual Corpus of A Thousand and One Nights Muriel Chemouny 3

1.1 Introduction 3

1.2 Creating a thematic educational dossier based on A Thousand and One Nights 6

1.2.1 Choosing an audiovisual corpus 6

1.2.2 Text analysis 7

1.3 Perspectives: ASWs and new forms of digital writing 18

Chapter 2 Analyzing a Corpus of Traditional Bread Making Elisabeth de Pablo 21

2.1 Introduction 21

2.2 Creating educational dossiers to raise public awareness 23

2.2.1 Choosing a corpus 23

2.2.2 Defining aims of the analysis 24

2.2.3 Analysis 25

2.3 Creating a communication dossier for improving cultural events 36

2.3.1 Choosing a corpus 36

2.3.2 Defining aims of the analysis 36

2.3.3 Analysis 37

Chapter 3 Republishing Audiovisual Resources Peter Stockinger Elisabeth de Pablo 41

3.1 Introduction 41

3.2 Breakdown of the (re)publication process according to genre 44

3.3 "Rerecording" audiovisual texts 47

3.4 Interactive video books 50

3.5 Thematic folders 53

3.6 Educational folders 56

3.7 Narrative path 59

Part 2 Audiovisual Archives, Knowledge Management and Cultural Heritage 61

Chapter 4 An Archive on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Andean Populations in Peru and Bolivia Valérie Legrand-Galarza 63

4.1 Introduction 63

4.2 Scientific methodology and ethical and participative approaches 65

4.2.1 Scientific methodology for collecting and processing intangible cultural heritages 66

4.2.2 An ethical and participative approach: recognizing and involving people and communities in collecting their heritage 70

4.3 The Andean intangible cultural heritage portal 75

4.3.1 Why have a portal for Andean cultural heritage? 75

4.3.2 Structure and themes of the portal 78

4.3.3 The thematic description library 83

4.4 Interests and perspectives of the project 89

4.4.1 Interests and objectives of the project 89

4.4.2 Uses and perspectives 98

4.5 Conclusionp102

Chapter 5 An Audiovisual Azerbaijani Cultural Heritage Portal for Educational and Academic Use Aygun Eyyubova 105

5.1 Introduction 105

5.1.1 Background to the creation of the AACH portal: context 106

5.1.2 Research into teaching methodologies for Azerbaijani culture and language 106

5.2 Disseminating and transmitting cultural heritages via the Internet 107

5.2.1 Digitalizing and disseminating cultural archives via the Internet 107

5.2.2 Issues in semiotic research for disseminating cultural heritages 109

5.3 Aims of creating an Azerbaijani cultural heritage portal (AACHP) in the ASA-SHS project 110

5.4 Principal aspects of cultural heritage approach in developing an Azerbaijani cultural heritage portal (AACH) 111

5.4.1 Ethnical aspect of cultural heritage approach 112

5.4.2 Communicative and informative aspects of cultural heritage approach 112

5.4.3 Multi-source aspect of cultural heritage approach 114

5.4.4 Legal aspects of cultural heritage approach 114

5.4.5 Collaborative aspect of cultural heritage approach 115

5.4.6 Valorizing aspect of cultural heritage approach 116

5.4.7 Capitalizing on experience in cultural heritage approach: a development Log Book for the AACH and AICH portals 116

5.5 Analyzing audiovisual corpora for AACH in ASA 118

5.5.1 Identifying areas of knowledge for the AACHP 118

5.5.2 Library of thematic analysis schemes in AACH 122

5.5.3 The AACH thesaurus 125

5.5.4 Pragmatic analysis of semiotic descriptions of the AACH audiovisual corpus 127

5.6 Applications for the AACH portal and the ASW environment 135

5.7 Conclusion: advantages, benefits and perspectives 137

Part 3 Social Networks, Web 2.0 and Mobile Communication 139

Chapter 6 Academic Communication via Facebook and Twitter Jirasri Deslis 141

6.1 Introduction 141

6.2 The ArkWork portal 142

6.2.1 Nature of the resource 142

6.2.2 Example of video analysis and adaptation 143

6.3 Facebook for sharing various types of information 145

6.3.1 Valorizing the ArkWork resources: sequences and images taken from the video source 146

6.3.2 Type of information to be communicated via profile "Walls" 150

6.3.3 From profile pages to professional (Fan) pages: personalizing and adding other applications 152

6.4 Twitter as a means of publicizing short information 157

6.4.1 Twitter and sequential communication 158

6.4.2 Twitter and video extracts spread through Ark Work video sharing platforms 165

6.4.3 Twitter and paper.li, an automatic publication platform 165

6.4.4 Communication between Twitter and Facebook 167

Chapter 7 Uses for Digital Content Sharing Platforms Jirasri Deslis 169

7.1 Introduction 169

7.2 Flickr 170

7.3 Twitpic 172

7.4 ArkWork on YouTube 173

7.4.1 Multilingual accessibility 173

7.4.2 Geographically contextualizing video content 176

7.4.3 An interactive video with annotation 177

7.4.4 YouTube and Apture videos 179

7.5 ArkWork on Dailymotion 181

7.6 ArkWork on Vimeo 183

7.7 Nomadic approaches: mobile communication for sharing academic content 184

Chapter 8 Uses for Content Aggregators and Community Networks Jirasri Deslis 189

8.1 Netvibes, a content aggregator 189

8.2 Pearltrees, a content curation platform 196

8.3 Sharing information on community portals: the Louvre Community portal (communauté.louvre.fr) 199

8.3.1 Building a profile: using our resources in cooperation with the Museum's collection 199

8.3.2 Marking our resources in relation to Museum events 201

8.3.3 Creating discussion groups 203

8.4 Conclusion 207

Chapter 9 Tracing Video Usage: The Potential of VD Francis Lemaitre Valérie Legrand-Galarza 209

9.1 Introduction 209

9.2 Presentation of the scenario 211

9.2.1 Principles and objectives 211

9.2.2 Roles 213

9.2.3 Users 214

9.2.4 The technical environment 215

9.3 Walkthrough 227

9.3.1 User registration and authentication 228

9.3.2 Creating and publishing videos 229

9.3.3 Subscribing to videos 231

9.3.4 Removing videos 232

9.3.5 Downloading videos 234

9.3.6 Creating and publishing analyses 235

9.3.7 Subscribing to analyses 237

9.3.8 Removing analyses 238

9.3.9 Creating a channel 239

9.3.10 Posting an analysis onto a channel 240

9.3.11 Subscribing to posted analyses 242

9.3.12 Removing posts 243

9.3.13 Viewing analyses posted on channels 243

9.4 Conclusion 244

Glossary of Specialized Terms Peter Stockinger 247

Glossary of the Acronyms and Names Peter Stockinger 271

Bibliography 291

List of Author 297

Index 299

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