Various kinds of media have been used to record the conference. The videos, presentations and the reports will be published here shortly.
A number of the presentation are made available through slideshare. These presentations can be found below.
- Dr. Lilian Landes (Bavarian State Library, Germany). Building platforms for Historians – Making data findable. Experiences from Germany.
- Dr. Alexander Badenoch (Utrecht University, Netherlands). So what’s the (European) story? Making sense of the digital heritage environment.
- Philippe van Meerbeeck (VRT, Belgium) “Kongo”.
- Prof. John Ellis (Royal Holloway University of London) Why Digitise and Make Available? What Is All This For?
- Hans van der Windt (Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands) Images for the Future.
Quirijn Backx has taken various photos during the conference. A selection of these can be viewed on our Flickr page.
By Andy O’Dwyer, Sian Barber and Wietske van den Heuvel
The first EUscreen International Conference took place on 7 and 8 October, 2010 and was hosted by Cinecittá Luce in Rome. The theme of this years conference was Context Selection Policies and Contextalisation. Over 100 participants attended the conference. The programme provided different angles on this theme with lecturers coming from the academic domain, the archives domain and the audiovisual production domain. With such a rich and interesting programme, many issues regarding online audiovisual content were addressed. In this conference report we will focus on only a few of these issues, notably contextualisation, collective memory and different users and uses. Read more