1. CNI

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    Client: CNI Agency: Africa Director: Ariel Costa Animation: Lucas Ribeiro Executive Producer: Rodrigo Angello

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    • Workshop Tecnologia & Inovação - CNI ⁄ 2013

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      Clip com os melhores momentos do Workshop Tecnologia & Inovação - CNI ⁄ 2013. Imagens gravadas pela produtora Petromaxx Mídias, Filmes&Vídeos.

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      • Propriedade Intelectual: as mudanças na indústria e a nova agenda

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        Apresentação bilíngue (português e espanhol) sobre a agenda de propriedade intelectual que a indústria brasileira preparou para os candidatos à presidência da república do Brasil.

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        • Sound Branding CNI

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          A CNI (Confederação Nacional da Indústria), tem o desafio de alinhar todas as marcas do sistema Industrial Brasileiro composto por todas as suas confederações e o SENAI, SESI e IEL. O alinhamento de branding está em processo e, por isso, ficou estrategicamente definido que o primeiro passo seria a unificação da identidade sonora. O criação de um único Sound Branding foi o primeiro passo para a integração das marca em nível nacional. Fizemos o diagnóstico, definimos a personalidade da marca e, a partir disso, criamos o tema musical, o logo sonoro e pesquisamos a voz proprietária da marca. O resultado é um tema musical elegante que demonstra, ao mesmo tempo, excelência e sofisticação. O trompete se ocupa de entregar a sofisticação. As vozes, o atributo agregador e a eletrônica conferem ao som o conceito de modernidade. O som da CNI está no ar em rede nacional em todos os boletins da indústria e filmes do SENAI, SESI e IEL. O PROJETO • Diagnóstico • Atributos de personalidade: transformador, agregador, sustentável, brasileiro. • Criação: tema musical, logo sonoro, voz da marca e Tom Verbal • Aplicações: som da web, chamadas em espera, eventos, boletins da indústria no radio e filmes publicitários . FICHA TÉCNICA • Carlos Cezar, bateria • Alberto Continentino, baixo e contrabaixo • Altair Martins, trompete • Ricardo Amado, violino • Rodrigo Tavares: coprodução e teclados • Zanna: Composição e direção

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          • CNI 2014

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            Company picnic May June 14, 2014

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            • Practical Work in Linked Data using Digital Collections: Unleashing the Expressivity of Data

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              Silvia Southwick Digital Collections Metadata Librarian University of Nevada, Las Vegas Cory Lampert Head, Digital Collections University of Nevada, Las Vegas Practical Work in Linked Data using Digital Collections: Unleashing the Expressivity of Data http://www.cni.org/topics/information-access-retrieval/practical-work-in-linked-data-using-digital-collections/ The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Linked Data Project provides a case study of the complex topic of linked open data, from emerging concept in librarianship to practical outcome. The project began with a small academic library study group created in April 2012 and was comprised of professionals from various functional areas. The initial goal was to better understand linked data concepts and potential benefits to the Libraries. In October 2012 after reviewing literature, attending presentations, and discussing concepts, UNLV Digital Collections designed an exploratory project. Because there was very little in the literature about how to practically implement linked data in digital collections, the team decided to focus on the transformation of typical digital collections metadata. The project made significant progress outlining technologies, tools, and models that can be implemented by librarians. This presentation covers basic concepts of linked data, the rationale for libraries to start preparing for adopting linked data, followed by a demonstration of visualization tools operating on the linked data generated from UNLV’s digital collections. http://www.library.unlv.edu/linked-data Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2014 Membership Meeting March 31 - April 1, 2014 St. Louis, Missouri http://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2014/

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              • Visualization Studio: Two Years of Experience at the University of Calgary

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                Shawna Sadler Associate University Librarian, Digital Library and Research Technologies University of Calgary John Brosz Visualization Research Coordinator University of Calgary Visualization Studio: Two Years of Experience at the University of Calgary http://www.cni.org/topics/learning-spaces/visualization-studio-calgary/ The Visualization Studio at the University of Calgary’s central library is a state-of-the-art secure room created to support advanced visual and audio research by faculty and graduate researchers. The Studio’s primary feature is a high-resolution wall that displays 34.5 million pixels, 6 feet high by 16 feet wide. This allows for insight and overview that is impossible to achieve with a desktop monitor or standard projector. The library had a new vision for service, where dedicated space and staff enable researchers to embrace digital research, collections and collaboration in new ways. This opportunity was supported by faculty members across the campus, which became the basis for their participation in designing the room, selecting the technologies and hiring the room’s manager. In two years of operating the Visualization Studio, researchers from various disciplines have had breakthroughs in the Visualization Studio, which has made it a valued asset on campus. This is a successful new service model for research libraries to bring unique value to campus. The presentation includes technical information, case studies, policies to enable success in the Visualization Studio and a concise environmental scan of similar facilities. http://library.ucalgary.ca/visualization-studio Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2014 Membership Meeting March 31 - April 1, 2014 St. Louis, Missouri cni.org/mm/spring-2014/

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                • Apresentação CNI / SEBRAE

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                  • From Fragmentation to Reaggregation: Revealing a “Virtual” Medieval Library with Manuscriptlink

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                    From Fragmentation to Reaggregation: Revealing a “Virtual” Medieval Library with Manuscriptlink Eric J. Johnson Assistant Professor & Curator of Early Books and Manuscripts, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library The Ohio State University http://www.cni.org/topics/special-collections/manuscriptlink/ Since the emergence of the codex in the fourth century CE as the dominant format for book production in the West, manuscripts have been subject to fragmentation due to a variety of factors. They have fallen apart as a result of being “read to death”; their contents have become obsolete or gone out of style, leading later readers to recycle them for use as structural supports in early book bindings; and, perhaps most commonly over the past 200 years, they have been deliberately broken and cut apart to be repackaged as individual units for sale to an international community of art connoisseurs. Whether accidental or deliberate, these acts of fragmentation have destroyed the original textual, codicological, historical, and material contexts of medieval books, and the dispersal of these individual fragments to collectors (both private and institutional) around the world has made it almost impossible to reconstruct these original contexts in any meaningful way. Until now, that is. In November 2013 the University of South Carolina and The Ohio State University announced the launch of Manuscriptlink, an ambitious new digital humanities initiative that aims to reconstruct a “virtual” medieval library by collaborating with collections around the world to re-aggregate hundreds, if not thousands, of previously lost medieval volumes. This effort will cross a variety of boundaries, fostering active interdisciplinary cooperation across the humanities as well as collaboration between a multitude of international institutions, from major national collections to small local repositories. This breakout session will discuss Manuscriptlink’s goals and technical features, progress in developing the public site as the “go live” date approaches, projected for late-Spring 2014, and expectations for what Manuscriptlink might offer to the broader fields of Medieval Studies, Book History, and the Digital Humanities. Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2014 Membership Meeting March 31 - April 1, 2014 St. Louis, Missouri http://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2014/

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                    • Visualizing Temporal Narrative

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                      Nora Dimmock Director of the Digital Humanities Center University of Rochester, River Campus Visualizing Temporal Narrative http://www.cni.org/topics/digital-humanities/visualizing-temporal-narrative/ The River Campus Libraries’ Digital Humanities Center is collaborating with English Professor Joel Burges on a project that seeks to quantify temporal elements of the narrative structure of films, television shows, and texts. This collaboration includes co-teaching a semester-long seminar class with Professor Burges, working with another class to include a digital project to take the place of a traditional paper, and developing tools for data visualization and collection to support Professor Burges’s research. This unique partnership promotes experiential learning, undergraduate and graduate research, digital humanities scholarship, and exemplifies the University of Rochester’s unique “each-one teach-one” philosophy of teaching and research. Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2014 Membership Meeting March 31 - April 1, 2014 St. Louis, Missouri http://www.cni.org/mm/spring-2014/

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