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Approaches and Issues to
Online Audiovisual Archives
TRE Workshop #1
Erwin Verbruggen
Netherlands Institute for Sound a...
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision[xəlœyt]
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision[xəlœyt]
preservation and access together form a
new imperative for audiovisual archives:
twin missions — preservation for access,
...
Danmarks Radio, DK
Deutsche Welle, DE
Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, GR
Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, FR
Cinecit...
EUSCREEN
APEX
EUROPEAN
FILM
GATEWAY
THE
EUROPEAN
LIBRARY
EUROPEANA
SOUND
EUROPEANA
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1. Access = making available
2. Access = metadata
3. Access = contextualise
4. Access = making it findable
!
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1. Access = making available
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!What’s your content selection policy?
What kind of licenses can you grant?
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Arts and culture - Being European - Disasters - Education -
Environment and Nature - Health - History of European
Televisi...
Commenting
Embedding
Virtual 

Exhibitions
Derivative works
Remixing
Viewing
QuotationsPlaylistsPublic viewing
Content A
C...
(The Trouble with) Licensing
Improve access to out-of-commerce works
Identify barriers to access
Provide unique identifier...
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1. Access = making available
2. Access = metadata
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(The Trouble with) Metadata
Using the same words: Thesauri, Ontologies
- - > SKOS / LOD
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Mapping metadata to a standard
-...
Crowdsourcing
Europeana Channel Third party playout
Semantic
Enrichment
Wikimedia
Chapters
Corporate
Portal
Content
Provid...
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1. Access = making available
2. Access = metadata
3. Access = contextualise
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Collaboration with Academia
- - > VIEW Journal
- - > Virtual Exhibitions
- - > Digital Humanities Pilot
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Collaboration wi...
Ongoing: Exhibitions
Contextualisation
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1. Access = making available
2. Access = metadata
3. Access = contextualise
4. Access = making it findable
!
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Et alors,
êtes-vous intoxiqués?
Contact
everbruggen@beeldengeluid.nl
@erwinverb - @benglabs
www.beeldengeluid.nl/research
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www.euscreen.eu
blog.euscreen....
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Photo credits
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On vous intoxique! from “Les affiches de Mai 68, ou, L’imagination graphique” (1982)
Publisher Bibliot...
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Approaches and Issues to Online Audiovisual Archives

  1. 1. !1 Approaches and Issues to Online Audiovisual Archives TRE Workshop #1 Erwin Verbruggen Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
  2. 2. Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision[xəlœyt]
  3. 3. Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision[xəlœyt]
  4. 4. preservation and access together form a new imperative for audiovisual archives: twin missions — preservation for access, access for preservation — that twist around each other like the double helix of a modern memory institution’s DNA. Peter B. Kaufman, Assessing the Audiovisual Archive Market. https://www.prestocentre.org/library/resources/assessing-audiovisual-archive-market
  5. 5. Danmarks Radio, DK Deutsche Welle, DE Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, GR Institut National de l’Audiovisuel, FR Cinecittà Luce, IT Osterreichische Rundfunk, AT Radio-Télévision Belge de la Communauté Française, RTBF Audiovisual Technologies Informatics and Telecommunications, BE University of Luxembourg, LU Lithuanian Central State Archive, LT Raidió Teilifís Éirann, RTÉ Radiotelevizija Slovenija, SI Kungliga Biblioteket, SE Televisió de Catalunya, ES Telewizja Polska, PL Narodowy Instytut Audiowizualny, PL Televiziunea Română, RO Česká Televize, CZ Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid, NL Noterik, NL European Broadcasting Union, CH National Audiovisual Archive, HU Eötvös Loránd University, HU National Technical University of Athens, GR Royal Holloway University of London, UK Aalto University/TAIK, FI Utrecht University, UU British Universities Film & Video Council, UK Screen Archive South East, United Kingdom UK Rádio e Televisão, Portugal PT The British Library, UK Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid, NL Kennisland, NL Europeana Foundation, NL Bibliotheque Nationale de France, FR AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, AT Net7 SRL, IT We Are What We Do. UK Technisches Museum Wien Mit Osterreichischer Mediathek, AT Oesterreichische Nationalbibliothek, AT Statsbiblioteket, DK Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, FR Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, DE Max Planck Gesellschaft zur Foerderung der Wissenschaften, DE Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, DE Syllogos Oi Filoi Ths Mousikhs, GR National Technical University of Athens, GR Irish Traditional Music Archive/Taisce Cheol Duchais Eireann, IE Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann, IE Istituto Centrale Per il Catalogo Unico delle Biblioteche Italiane.. IT Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PT National Library of Latvia, LV Dizi, Republic of Lithuania LT Sabhal Mor Ostaig, UK
  6. 6. EUSCREEN APEX EUROPEAN FILM GATEWAY THE EUROPEAN LIBRARY EUROPEANA SOUND EUROPEANA
  7. 7. !7
  8. 8. 1. Access = making available 2. Access = metadata 3. Access = contextualise 4. Access = making it findable !
  9. 9. !9 1. Access = making available ! !What’s your content selection policy? What kind of licenses can you grant? ! !
  10. 10. Arts and culture - Being European - Disasters - Education - Environment and Nature - Health - History of European Television - Lifestyle and consumerism - National holidays, festivals, anniversaries and annual events - Politics and Economics - Religion and belief - Society and social issues - Special Collections - The media - Transportation, science and technology - Wars and conflict - Work and production 545.000 (added) sound recordings 225.000 associated objects 20.000 series items in core collection 1.000.000 items aggregated Classical and Contemporary Music Traditional and Folk Music The Natural World Oral Memory Languages and Dialects
  11. 11. Commenting Embedding Virtual 
 Exhibitions Derivative works Remixing Viewing QuotationsPlaylistsPublic viewing Content A Content B Content C Access to Metadata Levels of Access Sanna Marttila & Kati Hyyppä, AALTO University. EUscreen Review of IPR Limitations and Recommendations. 2011
  12. 12. (The Trouble with) Licensing Improve access to out-of-commerce works Identify barriers to access Provide unique identifiers Increase opportunities for creative re-use Research, policy & advocacy ! ! !
  13. 13. !14 1. Access = making available 2. Access = metadata !
  14. 14. (The Trouble with) Metadata Using the same words: Thesauri, Ontologies - - > SKOS / LOD ! Mapping metadata to a standard - - > EBUcore - - > Europeana Data Model ! …Finding metadata? - - > Manual annotation - - > Asking the crowd
  15. 15. Crowdsourcing Europeana Channel Third party playout Semantic Enrichment Wikimedia Chapters Corporate Portal Content Provider 1 Corporate Portal Content Provider n HistoryPin platform Enriched metadata
  16. 16. !18 1. Access = making available 2. Access = metadata 3. Access = contextualise !
  17. 17. Collaboration with Academia - - > VIEW Journal - - > Virtual Exhibitions - - > Digital Humanities Pilot ! Collaboration with volunteer groups - - > Translation pilot - - > Wikimedia chapters ! Context through automation - - > Innovative exploration pilot ! Contextualisation = Collaboration Challenging Television Historiography in an Analogue World. Dana Mustata. NECS Conference 2012. http://www.slideshare.net/ EUscreen/dana-necs- presentation-final
  18. 18. Ongoing: Exhibitions Contextualisation
  19. 19. !22 1. Access = making available 2. Access = metadata 3. Access = contextualise 4. Access = making it findable !
  20. 20. !24 Et alors, êtes-vous intoxiqués?
  21. 21. Contact everbruggen@beeldengeluid.nl @erwinverb - @benglabs www.beeldengeluid.nl/research ! www.euscreen.eu blog.euscreen.eu @euscreen Info ! http://pro.europeana.eu/ web/europeana-sounds @eu_sounds
  22. 22. !26 Photo credits ! On vous intoxique! from “Les affiches de Mai 68, ou, L’imagination graphique” (1982) Publisher Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, 1982 http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/bpt6k6532558s/f73.image ! Science Helix Dna Pixabay user Nemo http://pixabay.com/en/science-helix-dna-biology-gene-30518/ ! Image #23 of 38 images for Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision © by Neutelings Riedijk Architects. http://www.architecturenewsplus.com/project-images/16577 ! EUscreen data visualisation by Tjerk Smit http://rdbg.tuxic.nl/euscreendemos/datavisualisation/ ! Metadata Madness Wheel CC BY-NC-SA Richard Urban http://www.flickr.com/photos/musebrarian/3289649684/sizes/l/ ! Europeana Sounds crowdsourcing overview by Maarten Brinkerink, WP2 lead http://pro.europeana.eu/documents/2011409/5fdabd36-d36b-4099-86da-8cbb8098f883 !

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