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ECLAP 2012 Conference Programme, SLIDES and VIDEOS

 

First International Conference on

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR PERFORMING ARTS, MEDIA ACCESS AND ENTERTAINMENT

 

Convitto della Calza, Florence (Italy)
7 - 9 May 2012
http://www.eclap.eu/conference

 
DETAILED PROGRAMME WITH SLIDES, VIDEO and ARTICLES
 
Monday 7th May 2012 - Plenary Room
08.30-10.00 REGISTRATION
10.00-11.00 CONFERENCE OPENING
  Prof. Alberto Tesi, Rector of the University of Florence

Dr. Gianbruno Ravenni, Coordinator of Culture Area of Local Govern Tuscany Region

[VIDEO]

Prof. Leonardo Masotti, President of the Tuscany District for Technologies of Cultural Heritage and Sustainable City (Distretto Tecnologico per le Tecnologie dei Beni Culturali e della Citta' Sostenibile)

[VIDEO]

Prof. Paolo Nesi (ECLAP Chair), University of Florence

[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES]
11.00-11.30 Coffee break, POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
11.30-12.30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
ICT for Culture and Creativity: Challenges and Opportunities
THOMAS JAEGER

European Commission,DG Information Society and Media, eContent & Safer Internet Unit

[SLIDES WITH VIDEO AND AUDIO]
12.30-14.00 Lunch , POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
14.00-15.00 GENERAL TRACK (1) ON PERFORMING ARTS, MEDIA ACCESS AND ENTERTAINMENT
  A model driven architecture approach for open archival information systems - Walter Allasia (Digital Media Technologies EURIXGroup, Torino, Italy) [PAPER]
3D reconstructions and cultural heritage communication - Antonella Guidazzol (CINECA, bologna, Ialy) [SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
15.00-16.00 WORKSHOP: AUTHORITATIVE METADATA VS UGC (1)
CHAIR: Emanuele Bellini
 
 A Database for Israeli Theater ArchivesIn The University of Haifa Younas & Soraya Nazarian Library - Sharon Shapira (Media Department, The Younes & Soraya Nazarian Library, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Designing and implementing a user-generated content service for Europeana - Cesare Concordia (ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
16.00-16.30 Coffee break, POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
16.30-18.30 WORKSHOP: OPEN ACCESS 2002-2012 (1)
CHAIR: Beatrice Tottossy
 
Opening up culture may not be sufficient: looking for a policy - Rosanna De Rosa (Department of Sociology, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy)
[PAPER]
The White Road to Open Access: A Proposal by the Open Access Publishing Workshop of the University of Florence - Beatrice Tottossy, Arianna Antonielli (Dept. of Comparative Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Florence, Florence, Italy)
[PAPER]
Two sides of the same coin: access to archival collections, a case study on HOPE - Gabriella Ivacs, Kathryn Mathe (Central European University, Open Society Archives (OSA), Budapest, Hungary)
[SLIDE] - [PAPER]
The Co-Laboratory: a tool for research and education at the University of Parma - Anna Maria Tammaro, Sara Valla, Elisabetta Longhi (University of Parma, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
18.30-19.00 Open Discussion on Open Access
21.30 ECLAPNight, Towards a performing arts digital library: TEATRE, IMAGES AND MEMORY
Plenary Room (The language of the event is Italian) -  (Italian Webpage) / (English webpage)
A conversation with Sandro Lombardi
Interviewer: Ferruccio Marotti
With the collaboration of: Raffaella Santucci
[VIDEO OF THE EVENT]
 
Tuesday 8th May 2012
08.30-09.00 REGISTRATION
09.00-10.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Making Siobhan Davies RePlay; the UK’s first digital dance archive. The pleasure of preserving intangible cultural heritage
SARAH WHATLEY

Director of the Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE) at Coventry University, UK
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
10.00-11.00 GENERAL TRACK (2) ON PERFORMING ARTS, MEDIA ACCESS AND ENTERTAINMENT
  Museum outside the Museum. Real environment Storytelling - Stefania Chipa, Gianluca Simonetta, Luca Toschi (Department of Science of Education and Cultural and Training Processes,University of Florence, Florence, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Curating Data, Disseminating Knowledge: Museums of the Digital Age - Sudeshna Guha (Research Assistant, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, U.K.)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
11.00-11.30 Coffee break, POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
11.30-13.00 WORKSHOP: AUTHORITATIVE METADATA VS UGC (2)
CHAIR: Emanuele Bellini
  Plenary room
The Open Data Semantics and the (re)use of open information in Cultural Heritage, Achille Felicetti (VAST-LAB, PIN S.c.R.L., Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
SKOSifying User Generated Content, Alessandra Donnini, Andrea Ciapetti, Maria De Vizia Guerriero, Matteo Lorenzini, Maria Emilia Masci, Davide Merlitti, Fabio Piro, Oreste Signore
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Making Europe’s cultural treasures accessible: The Europeana Regia and Europeana Libraries projects, Gabriele Messmer (Bavarian State Library, Munich, Germany)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
13.00-14.00 Lunch , POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
14.00-15.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
‘You can’t get there from here’: Re-thinking the maps in a digital archive
HEATHER NATHANS

Professor, Associate Director of Theatre, University Of Maryland, USA
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
15.00-16.00 WORKSHOP: OPEN ACCESS 2002-2012 (2)
CHAIR: Beatrice Tottossy
ECLAP TUTORIAL AND TRAINING
CHAIR: Pierfrancesco Bellini
  Plenary Room Room “B”
Visions and Possibilities of Open Access Publishing in the Dissemination of the Hungarian Performing Arts Heritage - Attila Szabó (Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute, OSZMI, Budapest, Hungary)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [PAPER]
Introduction and overview to ECLAP: What is ECLAP? How to get involved? Why? The ECLAP tools, ECLAP and Europeana, ECLAP on mobile experience.
Prof. Paolo Nesi (ECLAP Coordinator)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES]
Aggregation as a Model for a Sustainable Economy? The Case of Cultural Journals - Rosario Garra (General Secretary of the Coordinamento Riviste Italiane di Cultura (Cric) – Coordinating Committee for Italian Cultural Journals, Roma)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
16.00-16.30 Coffee break, POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
16.30-19.00 WORKSHOP: EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
CHAIR: Robin Boast
ECLAP TUTORIAL AND TRAINING
CHAIR: Pierfrancesco Bellini
  Plenary Room Room “B”
Performance art studies at the dawn of the digital age - Dorota Sosnowska (Warsaw University, Institute of Polish Culture, IKP, Warsaw, Poland)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [PAPER]
How to work on ECLAP, content ingestion, aggregation, publication, integration with europeana, ECLAP semantic model
Pierfrancesco Bellini, Michela Paolucci (DISIT Lab, University of Florence)
Part 1: ECLAP Ingestion Process Overview
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES]

Part 2: ECLAP Tutorial: Content and IPR Management
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES]
Open Networks for Culture and Education: ONCE - John Casey (Centre for Learning & Teaching in Art & Design (CLTAD), University of the Arts London, UAL, London, United Kingdom)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Knowledge Management in Performing Arts Education - Peter G.F. Eversmann (Department of Theatre Studies, University of Amsterdam, UvA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Sapienza digital library: a cross-disciplinary support for education - Angela di Iorio (Sapienza Library System Center, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES]

18.00-19.00 - Open discussion on ECLAP

The Research Catalogue as Platform to Document and Disseminate Staff and Student Research Projects -
Henk Borgdorff (University of Gothenburg, Göteborg, Sweden)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES]
20.30 ECLAP Social Event, FABBRICA EUROPA
 
Wednesday 9th May 2012
08.30-09.00 REGISTRATION
09.00-10.00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The search for sustainability in the cultural heritage domain - Building a knowledge-based infrastructure
NIKKI TIMMERMANS

Stichting Nederland Kennisland, social innovator, KL, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
10.00-11.00 GENERAL TRACK (3) ON PERFORMING ARTS, MEDIA ACCESS AND ENTERTAINMENT
  MIMESIS: A Semantic-based Approach for Poetry in Music Digital Libraries - Ilaria Bartolin (DEIS, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Indexing and Searching Cross Media Content in a Social Network - Pierfrancesco Bellin (Department of Systems and Informatics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Florence, Florence, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
11.00-11.30 Coffee break, POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
11.30-13.00 WORKSHOP: NEW BUSINESS MODELS IN THE CULTURAL HERITAGE DOMAIN
CHAIR: Johan Oomen
WORKSHOP: NATURAL EUROPE LEARNING PATHWAYS
CHAIRS: Sofia Mavrogianni, Xenofon Tsilibaris
  Plenary Room Room “B”
Model, format and services for the management of information on audiovisual right - Annarita Di Carlo (RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiana, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
Introduction to Natural Europe Learning Pathways - Sofia Mavrogianni, Xenofon Tsilibaris (GRNET SA, Athens, Greece)
[SLIDES] - [WEB PAGE] - [VIDEO PART 1] - [VIDEO PART 2] - [VIDEO PART 3]

 
Audiovisual media open educational resources. The case of SP-ARK: the Sally Potter Film Archive -  Sarah Atkinson, Janko Ćalić (Faculty of Arts: University of Brighton, Brighton, UK)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
13.00-14.00 Lunch , POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
14.00-14.30 PRESENTATION OF: NETWORK OF EXCELLENCE IN INTERNET SCIENCE (INVITED)
Dr Fabrizio Sestini (Scientific Officer, DG Infso, European Commission, EINS NoE PO)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [VIDEO 1] - [VIDEO 2] - [VIDEO 3]

14.30-16.00 WORKSHOP: PERFORMING ARTS & ICT
CHAIR: Kia Ng
  Languages for Augmented Choreography - Andrea Bene, Diego Bernini (DISCo, University of Milano-Bicocca, Milano, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [PAPER]
mConduct: Gesture Transmission and Reconstruction for Distributed Performance - Phoebe Bakanas, Joanne Armitage, Joel Balmer, Paul Halpin, Kyle Hudspeth, Kia Ng (ICSRiM – University of Leeds, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, School of Music & School of Computing, Leeds, UK)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER] - [VIDEO]
Mobile AugmentedReality for cultural dissemination -  Raffaello Brondi (PERCRO, TeCIP Institute Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
16.00-16.30 Coffee break, POSTER SESSION and EXPOSITIONS
16.30-17.30 GENERAL TRACK (4) ON PERFORMING ARTS, MEDIA ACCESS AND ENTERTAINMENT
  Interactive magazine about new technologies meeting culture worldwide - Antonella Fresa, Tania Masi, Claudio Prandoni, Valentina Bachi (PROMOTER, Information technology, research and innovation, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
The Co-Creation of the City. re-programming cities using real-time user generated content - Salvatore Iaconesi, Oriana Persico (Faculty of Architecture, La Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy)
[SLIDES WITH AUDIO AND VIDEO] - [SLIDES] - [PAPER]
17.30-18.00 CLOSURE
 

 

 

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