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Presentation held at the Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin, September 11, 2009

Presentation held at the Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin, September 11, 2009

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  • 1. Virtual Campfire –Digital Media Discourses between Cultures, Continents and Generations
    Japanisch-Deutsches Zentrum Berlin, September 11, 2009
    Ralf Klamma
    Informatik 5
    RWTH Aachen
  • 2. Agenda
  • 3. Media Discourses – New Challenges
    Reconstruction? How?
    • Media is witness for cultural heritage preservation
    • 4. Heterogeneous communities
    • 5. Media as research discourses and archive
    • 6. Knowledge may get lost, if no community/individual is telling stories any more
    • 7. How to preserveknowledge?
    • 8. How to bridge intergenerational, intercultural gaps?
    • 9. How to use information technologies to preserve knowledge?
  • Virtual Campfire – A Teaser
  • 10. International Communities
    Communication / Cooperation ?
    UNESCO
    Surveying/safeguarding
    Sketch drawing
    Administration
    Content input / request
    SPACH
    Content retrieval
    ICOMOS
    Experiences imparting
    Cultural heritage in Afghanistan
    Database
    Surveying/recording
    Standards
    defining
    GPS positioning
    Photographing
    Asia
    RWTH Aachen
    Teaching/
    presentation
    Research
    www.bamiyan-development.org
  • 11. Knowledge Sharing
    The SECI Model (Nonaka and Takeuchi, 95)
    Interpretation with the Transcription-media Theory (Jäger, 02)
    Knowledge management for cultural heritage management communities
    Explicit Knowledge
    Implicit Knowledge
    Implicit Knowledge
    Explicit Knowledge
  • 12. Cross-MediaTheory of Transcription
    Transcript
    Cross-Media Transcription
    Pre-“texts“
    Understand
    and Critisize
    • Strategies of transcriptivity
    • 13. Collection of learning materials are re-structured by new media
    • 14. Design is specific for media and communities by default
    • 15. Strategies of addressing
    • 16. Social Software promotes the globalization of address spaces
    • 17. Personalization and adaptive strategies are mission critical for communities
    • 18. Strategies of localisation
    • 19. Re-organization of local practices is stimulated by new media
    • 20. Need to model practice explicitly
    Jäger, Stanitzek: Transkribieren - Medien/Lektüre 2002
  • 21. Learning & Knowledge ManagementIndividual / Community Perspective
    Procedural Knowledge
    sensomotoric skills, procedural scripts
    non-documented routines and operations
    Declarative Knowledge
    Semantic Knowledge
    semiotic concepts
    documentation
    Episodic Knowledge
    memory of experiencing past episodes
    web blogs, narratives
    [Nonaka & Takeuchi, 1995]
    Verbal
    words
    linguistic data
    Non-verbal
    image, icon, index
    video blogs, diagrams,
    images, photographies
    [Ullman, 2004]
  • 22. Non-linear multimedia story-telling
    “Digital Storytelling uses digital media to create media-rich stories to tell, share and to preserve. Digital stories derive their power through weaving images, music, narrative and voice together, thereby giving deep dimension and vivid color to characters, situations, and insights.”
    Digital Storytelling Association
    (http://dsaweb.org)
    Tell: Experiencing & Navigating MM stories
    Share: Web-based collaboration
    Preserve: DB driven storage of discourses
    e-learning
  • 23. Applications for Non-linear Multimedia Storytelling
    Problem panel
    Localization
    Addressing
    MOD story creation panel:
    organic view, (cycle, …)
    Media panel
    Transcription
  • 24. Story-tellling Expert Finding
    • Knowledgevalueofcommunitysortedbykeywords
    # Recommendations
    Amateur
    Keywords
    Expert values
    Expert
  • 25. MPEG-7 Services
    MPEG-7 Services
    MPEG-7 Services
    StorytellingService
    MPEG-7 Services
    StorytellingService
    MPEG-7 Services
    Map Services
    Context Services
    Map Services
    Context Services
    Context Services
    MPEG-7 Services
    Context Services
    SNA Tools
    MediaCreation
    MediaTagging
    GPS-augmented multimedia creation
    Non-linear digital storytelling
    MediaSearch
    MediaSearch
    MediaSearch
    MediaSearch
    MediaSearch
    Storytelling on the ipod
    Semantic Browsing
    Semantic Browsing
    Semantic Browsing
    Semantic Browsing
    Context aware multimedia search
    Context aware multimedia GIS
    Multimedia GIS
    MPEG-7 multimedia tagging and commsonomy
    MPEG-7 enabled context aware multimedia search
    Context-Aware Services
    (Mobile) Interfaces
    Connectors: HTTP, SOAP
    Data Sources
    StorytellingService
    MPEG-7 Services
    MPEG-7 Services
    Map Services
    Context Services
    SNA Tools
    Databases
    MediaCreation
    MediaTagging
    Multimedia Processor
    Metadata
    MediaSearch
    MultimediaAnnotation
    MultimediaExtractor
    MultimediaAdaptation
    Semantic Browsing
    MultimediaRepository
    MultimediaRepository
    MultimediaRepository
    MultimediaPlayer
    MultimediaInput
    Mashups
    Automatic Discovery & Configuration
    Community Engine
    WWW
    Session
    Manager
    UserManager
    Data Access
    Object
    Manager
    Virtual Campfire Applications
  • 26. Conclusions & Outlook