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Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
Day 2, workshop 4, Gert Nulens
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  • 1.  
  • 2. The history of BOM-VL The start of the Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology (IBBT) in 2004 The need for strategies for digital preservation and distribution in Flanders Co-operation between IBBT, audiovisual sector and cultural sector in Flanders
  • 3. IPEA In search for a system for digital archiving for the audiovisual sector in Flanders User needs Metadata models Media formats Security Technical architecture Business models
  • 4. Heritage 2.0 Metadata layer for cultural heritage sector in Flanders Personalized, location-based and mobile content distribution Pre and post visit online
  • 5. CUPID Instruments for personalized and enriched cultural experiences Content aggregation Categorization Personalization Distribution
  • 6. BOM-VL Heritage and culture sector (5) Regional broadcasters (8) Other broadcasters (5) Media companies (2) Test facility (1) Research groups (4) 2008-2009
  • 7. WP1: user needs Mapping of the needs of different potential usages of a multimedia archive Needs can be linked to end products but also on context and processes Needs can be linked to content and to metadata, and to the grey zone between content and metadata
  • 8. WP2: selection What has to be preserved and digitized? What should be the selection mechanisms? Who is deciding? What do we want to preserve for future generations? Should it be guided by the audience or by the experts? What should be the role of the government?
  • 9. WP3: metadata Comparative study about preservation and compression formats available in the cultural and heritage sector Creation of a layered metadata model
  • 10. WP4: copyright Legal challenges and opportunities regarding preservation and distribution of multimedia data Creation of a legal checklist
  • 11. WP5: distribution Assessment of available digital content in Flanders Analysis of potential distribution models Creation of target group scenarios
      • Content related revenue models (from user perspective)
        • Free model
        • Free & added value model
        • Clicks-and-bricks model
        • Pay-per-order model
        • Subscriptie- en licentiemodel
        • Prepaidmodel
  • 12. WP6: demonstrator Ingest configuration
  • 13. Workshop programme 11.00 – 11.15: Introduction 11.15 – 11.30: Towards an open and dynamic multimedia archive (Gert Nulens, IBBT-SMIT) 11.30 – 12:00: A cross-domain metadata model (Inge Van Nieuwerburgh, Ghent University & Sam Coppens, IBBT-MMLAB) 12.00 – 12.15: The innovative platform (demonstration) (Brecht Vermeulen, IBBT) 12.15 – 12.30: Future developments: the projects Archipel & VIB (Inge Van Nieuwerburgh & Brecht Vermeulen) 12.30 – 13.00: Panel (questions and answers)
  • 14. Deliverables WP1 T1.1: Open and dynamic archive (interpretation) T1.2: Creative atelier (creation) T1.3: Scientific use (research) T1.4: Contextualized content (contextualization) Not only traditional research Also awareness creation, consensus building, knowledge sharing, creating new questions and challenges
  • 15. T1.1: Open and dynamic archive
    • Archive as an instrument to preserve the past but also to re-interpret the present and the future
    • Dynamic: archive as a source of new relations and meanings
    • Open: opportunities for users to ad interpretations
    • Both for professionals and amateurs
    • Literature, interviews, workshops
    • Wisdom of the crowds / cult of the amateur
    • Does the prosumer exist?
    • Is an open archive realistic?
  • 16. T1.2: Creative atelier
    • Archive as a source of re-use
    • Re-use versus creation new content
    • Use of end products and process content
    • Related to tradition of mash-ups, remix, samplings, …. in the art sector
    • For the audiovisual sector:
      • Internal use comes first
      • Broadband problems for exchange
  • 17. T1.3: Scientific use
    • Rich source for scientific research
    • Need for ‘accurate information’ and ‘accurate and detailed metadata’
    • Quality
    • Authenticity, version control
    • Responsibility of authors/providers
    • Availability
    • Accessibility
    • Technical infrastructure
    • Search facilities
    • Open Access
  • 18. T1.4: contextualized content
    • Usefulness of an archive for some target groups (e.g. education) depends on the contextualization of the content
    • Contextualization via content-relations
    • Contextualization via content-packets
    • Contextualization is based on expert generated metadata
    • UGC can only be an additional tool
    • Presentation
    • Extended search facilities
  • 19. Discussion
    • How to balance quality and participation
    • How to balance traditional and innovative (intuitive) searching
    • How to create a critical mass in a small region
    • How to balance user needs and economic/legal realities
    • How to go beyond institution bounded platforms
    • Watch out for technological determinism
    • Watch out for social determinism (there is no average audience…)
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