ETHN Goes Critical: State of the Art and Future of the New EUscreen E-Journal  - Andreas Fickers (Maastricht University, NL)
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Presentation by Andreas Fickers about the state of the art and future of the new EUscreen e-journal at the Second EUscreen International Conference on Use and Creativity, which took place at the ...

Presentation by Andreas Fickers about the state of the art and future of the new EUscreen e-journal at the Second EUscreen International Conference on Use and Creativity, which took place at the National Library of Sweden, Stockholm, on September 15-16, 2011.

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ETHN Goes Critical: State of the Art and Future of the New EUscreen E-Journal - Andreas Fickers (Maastricht University, NL) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. ETHN goes critical State of the art and future of the new EUscreen e-journal Andreas Fickers / Maastricht University
  • 2.
    • Blurred dreams of a tv historian
    • The future of television history
    • Lecture at the annual conference of the IFTA (International Federation of Television Archives) in Brussels, September 2003.
  • 3. EJOURNAL CONCEPT – EUSCREEN E-JOURNAL
    • CONCEPT
    • Peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary multimedia e-journal in the field of TV studies
    • Showcases creative use of digitized TV material in scholarly and cultural work
    • Stimulates discussion between audiovisual heritage institutions and a broader community of television experts and amateurs
    • Mission Statement
    • European / transnational TV
    • Bridge between archival and academic world
    • New way of exploring, using and studying audiovisual sources
  • 4. E-JOURNAL
    • STRUCTURE
    • Combination of scholarly articles / extended essays (peer reviewed) &
    • “ Discovery” section: presenting new / interesting projects, initiatives, developments in the archival world
    • CONTENT
    • - Issue 1 / 2011
    • Making Sense of Digitized Sources: The Challenge of Contextualization
    • Issue 2 / 2012
    • Europe On and Behind the Screens
    • Issue / 2013
    • European Television Memories
  • 5. Managerial Structure Editors: Managing Editor : Kim Akass Editorial Board : Jérôme Bourdon (University of Tel Aviv) John Ellis (RHUL, London) Andreas Fickers (University of Maastricht) Cathy Johnson (University of Nottingham) András Kovács (ELTE University, Budapest) Sonja de Leeuw (Utrecht University) Victoria Metzger (RTBF, Bruxelles) Claude Mussou (INA, Paris) Massimo Scaglioni (Catholic University of Milan) Pelle Snickars (Royal Library, Stockholm) Liam Wylie (RTÉ, Ireland)
    • ASSOCIATED EDITORS
    • International Group of Colleagues for Peer Reviewing from ETHN
  • 6.
        • Writing non-linear narratives : the readers are “viewers” too: they read & watch on screen. The screen is the basic visual frame for the presentation of e-journal
        • „ Golden rules “ for online writing:
          • Always provide a stimulating headline
          • The main statement / argument has to be presented first
          • Writing in chunks / separate paragraphs that contain one clear message / idea
          • Use an active style (based on verbs, not nouns); always write in present time, not past
          • Think of html-environment as a multi-media narrative platform: photographs / audiovisual sources are no “illustrations” but driving parts of story!
          • Engage with the reader by confronting him with questions, strong statements, and by offering alternative views (by links)
    The CHALLENGE: Writing for an online audience
  • 7. DESIGN CHALLENGES SOLUTION? A flexible system that can accommodate to the variation and context Reducing hurdles by using automatic processing and easy wizards
      • DESIGN CHALLENGES
            • - Variation in IPR - what can be done with the content
            • - Combining different media (video, images, text, audio)
            • - Embedding media in different contexts
    • How to keep the UI and interaction still easy?
    eJournal
  • 8. MEDIA EMBEDDING ON THE JOURNAL PAGES COLLECTION EMBED COLLECTION EMBED JOURNAL ARTICLE PAGE CMS Authors can add content to embeddable collections from the EUscreen portal and possibly other sources An embed can have different layouts and contain: - One video/image/audio - Multiple media items - Video quotations - Complementary texts
  • 9. USER ROLES & TASKS MANAGING EDITOR AUTHORS DONE IN CMS Not by Noterik
    • Creating pages for an issue
    • Placing embeds on the journal pages
    • Fine-tuning embeds on the journal pages together with the Managing Editor
    DONE IN CMS Noterik provides tools
    • Managing collections (embeds)
    DONE ON EUSCREEN Noterik provides tools
    • Requesting the CPs for a permission to use content (whole item/excerpt)
    • Selecting media content for an article/discovery (adding media to collections)
  • 10. REQUESTING CONTENT FROM PROVIDERS (IPR VARIATION) A request to use the video/image/audio (or a fragment) can be emailed to the Content Provider from the EUscreen portal 1 2 4 The Content Provider receives the request email, which contains a link to the item and approval on the portal Follow this link to add the item to your collections: http://www.euscreen.eu/item123/addto To: [email_address] From: [email_address] Subject: Pe rmission for “ The Story of Edith Piaf ” The person who asked for permission receives an email regarding approval, which contains a link for adding the item to his/her collections (see next slide) Ask for permission Send Cancel ASK FOR PERMISSION TO USE THE ITEM Whole item I wish to use the item in Part of the item from to eJournal Yes No GIVE PERMISSION TO USE THE ITEM Whole item The item can be used in Part of the item from to eJournal 3 Cancel PERMISSION TO USE THE ITEM You have been granted a permission to use the video “ The Story of Edith Piaf ” in the eJournal.
  • 11. ADDING CONTENT TO A COLLECTION A video/image/audio can be added to an embeddable collection on the EUscreen portal. The Managing Editor can create collections for the authors, which appear on the user ’ s collection list. 1 2
    • The video was added to My article / eJournal Vol. 1
    New collection Add to collection My article / eJournal Vol. 1
  • 12. CREATING A NEW COLLECTION 1 2 3 eJournal embed Exhibition Playlist New collection Add to collection Create Cancel CREATE A NEW COLLECTION NAME My article / eJournal Vol. 1 DESCRIPTION Yes No, maybe later
    • My article / eJournal Vol. 1 has been created
    The collection is private. Would you like to add people as contributors?
  • 13. MANAGING COLLECTIONS Close MY COLLECTIONS X Article 1 / Sonja eJournal Vol. 1 Article 2 / Andreas Discovery 1 / Petr & Dominik 2 videos 1 image 1 user 1 embed 10 videos 5 images 1 user 2 embeds 8 videos 5 images 2 users 1 embed Discovery 2 / Dana 3 videos 1 user 1 embed The Managing Editor, and possibly other people, can manage the collections related to different eJournal issues, as well as create new collections for the authors. New collection +
  • 14. MANAGING COLLECTIONS - SINGLE COLLECTION Done Cancel X VIDEOS (2) eJournal Vol. 1 - Article 1 / Sonja IMAGES (1) CONTRIBUTORS (1) EMBEDS (1) Video title / information Video title / information Items in a collection can be organized and deleted. Contributors can also be added. Back - -
  • 15. A COLLECTION EMBED ON AN EJOURNAL PAGE CMS The collection embeds on the eJournal pages can contain variable number of items. Login is also provided for editing the collection and the appearance of the embed. CMS TITLE Description TITLE Description Login Login