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05/11/201806/11/201807/11/201808/11/201809/11/2018
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RTÉTRAINERSRTÉTRAINERSRTÉTRAINERSRTÉTRAINERSIrish Film InstituteTRAINERS
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9.15Opening of the training
Presentation of the training
Presentation of the participants
Presentation of RTÉ
Presentation of IFI
Axel Roche-Dioré & Clément Malherbe, Ina
Brid Dooley, Head of RTÉ Archives
Kasandra O’Connell, Head of IFI Irish Film Archive
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9.30Welcome and Introduction to the IFI Archive collections Kasandra O’Connell , Head of IFI Irish Film Archive
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10.00IFI Player- Promoting preservation and engaging audiencesAaron Healy, IFI Player Manager
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10.15Access models:
Archives to the general audience. Overview of social media and web-based promotion
Maria Drabczyk, National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute of PolandDocumentation:
Documentation focused on usage and users' needs
Ina, Anne CouteuxUse of Data:
From archives metadata to media studies datavisualisations
Raphaël Luce, InaGDPR
How GDPR applies to archives & applying this new regulation to your data
To be confirmed
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11.00IFI Irish Film Archive’s DPAS ( Digital Preservation and Access strategyRaelene Casey, Digital Collections Manager
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11.30Documentation:
Semantic documentation models. What's new with it? Opportunities they bring
Ina, Eleonore AlquierLegal framework for archives reuse:
Theoretical approach
To be confirmed
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11.45Access models:
Archives to the general audience. Showcase from RTÉ and BBC Northern Ireland
Liam Wylie, RTÉ
Kevin McKeown, BBC Nothern Ireland
Use of Data
Presentation of open data and linked data projects based on DRI collections
Clare Lanigan, DRILarge scale broadcast conservation project case study, including IFI use of open source preservation toolsKieran O’Leary, Digital Collections Developer
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12.30Lunch break
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12.45Lunch break
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1.00Lunch breakLunch breakLunch break
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1.30Cultural exhibition of broadcast material Sunniva O’Flynn, Head of Irish Film Programming Department
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1.45UX Design:
Applying design to your project. Some practical examples from www.rte.ie
Method to design content promotion projects
Method to design internal tools
Mark Hennessy, RTÉ
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2.00Access models:
Educational, pedagogical and research uses
Felix Rauh, MemoriavDocumentation:
Database migration and data clean-up. Migration to a semantic metadata model showcase and tools presentation for data clean-up.
Anne Couteux, Ina
Eléonore Alquier, Ina
Axel Roche-Dioré, Ina
Tour of RTÉ
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2.15Media literacy in the broadcast sectorAlicia McGivern, Head of IFI Education
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3.00Close of the trainingMarion Bazile, Ina
Axel Roche-Dioré, Ina
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3.15Documentation:
Automated indexing technologies. What they achieve? How implement them? What are the implications for the users?
Tim Manders, Netherlands Institure for Sound and VisionLegal framework for archives reuse:
Practical approach
Maartje Hülsenbeck, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
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3.30UX Design:
BBC Northern Ireland feedback:
- Searching the archive
- Archive for younger audiences
- Working with an agile development team
Lauren Hutton, BBC Northern Ireland
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3.45Access models:
Business, archives sales
Razib Chatterjee, RTÉ
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EveningNetworking Dinner Cultural Event
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