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Presentation for UNT SLIS 5970.041: "Advanced Topics in Digital Curation." Instructor: Danielle Cunniff Plumer Presenter: Mark Phillips, University of North Texas Libraries Title: Digital Curation: Curation Microservices approach to building repositories Date: October 2, 2013 Rights: University of North Texas College of Information. Licensed under a CC-BY-NC 3.0 license.+ More details
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What are the challenges of embarking on data-heavy humanities projects? How do we address questions such as how to conceive of such a project within a humanities context (including working with economists), how to create adequate data management systems to support collaboration across projects and continents, how to analyze the big data created by such projects, and how to involve humanities researchers exploring these topics in the active creation and curation of their own evolving research database and visualization structures.+ More details
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Con uds. el video completo del evento de lanzamiento de Globo Rojo. Jueces, árbitros y blogs. ¿Quién se salva de haber sospechado de una competencia cuando algo huele mal? Desde entradas a conciertos, penales, hasta medallas de oro, todos dependen de la unilateral gestión de un equipo en el poder... ¿Qué pasaría si todos fuéramos jueces? ¿Estaremos capacitados? Dejemos que el resto lo decida. Esta fue nuestra propia PARODIA de eventos como los Oscars, Grammys y MTV Music Awards. Nos reímos de las premiaciones donde el público es solo un espectador y los responsables de elegir a los ganadores se esconden tras una cortina de burocracia. En GLOBO ROJO AWARDS cada uno de nosotros fue público y juez al mismo tiempo. Premiamos a las personas que subieron el MEJOR VIDEO de seis categorías, pero en vez de abrir un sobre con el nombre de cada ganador, entre todos lo definimos en vivo. ¿COMO? Usando el Globo Rojo. Durante el período que antecedió al evento, pudimos compartir videos y dar nuestras propias evaluaciones a los del resto (en escala de 0-5). De esta manera decidimos cuales fueron los 3 mejores videos de las categorías #marketing #social #innovation #vidanimal #sportscar y #humor. Luego, la tarde del sábado 29 de noviembre, nos reunimos en un cine al aire libre especialmente acondicionado para ver videos y poner notas. Los seis ganadores se llevaron un flamante GLOBO ROJO AWARD y como cualquier competencia seria, un premio en CA$H de $50.000 c/u. HTTP://GLOBOROJO.TV/+ More details
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Global Markets & Local Words In conversation with Kristan Kennedy and Anna Craycroft June 8, 2013 Portland Institute for Contemporary Art Portland, Oregon Part of Anna Craycroft's C'mon Language project And presented at the 2013 PICA Symposium: How Do You Mean? Culture in Translation+ More details
Presentation for UNT SLIS 5970.041: "Advanced Topics in Digital Curation." Instructor: Danielle Cunniff Plumer Presenter: Deborah Thomas, Library of Congress Title: Preservation and Practices in the National Digital Newspaper Program Date: November 13, 2013 Rights: University of North Texas College of Information. Licensed under a CC-BY-NC 3.0 license.+ More details
Presentation for UNT SLIS 5970.041: "Advanced Topics in Digital Curation." Instructor: Danielle Cunniff Plumer Presenter: Carly Strasser, University of California, California Digital Library Title: Scientific Data Management and Sharing Date: October 16, 2013 Rights: University of North Texas College of Information. Licensed under a CC-BY-NC 3.0 license.+ More details
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This video was taped November 17th in Pasadena. NAVIGATING THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS: CONSUMERS, CONTENT, CURATION & CONVERGENCE Larry Kramer in conversation with Charles Crumpley Larry Kramer served as the first president of CBS Digital Media. Prior to joining CBS, he was chairman, CEO, and founder of MarketWatch Inc. He is an adjunct professor in media management at the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He has been a senior adviser at Polaris Venture Partners, a venture-capital firm. He started his long career in the newsroom and spent more than 20 years as a reporter and editor. He was assistant managing editor of The Washington Post and executive editor of the San Francisco Examiner. He went on to create one of the most successful early internet media companies, CBS Marketwatch – sold to Dow Jones for $528 million – and then head up digital operations at CBS. He has made a career of helping to blend the cultures and business practices of traditional and new media companies. According to Kramer, every company today is a media company. There are four factors that are affecting businesses today: Consumers, Content, Curation and Convergence. Consumers are in control. Technological developments have allowed consumers to circumvent and, in come cases destroy, traditional distribution, advertising and company marketing messages. Content is king. Everything is content including advertising, publicity, and customer service. And every company is responsible for creating compelling content for their customers. Curation is valuable. While old media silos are breaking down, consumers are building their own and have access to unprecedented amounts of information. Businesses need to help consumers curate the information most useful to them. Convergence is happening throughout all formats and across all platforms. No traditional medium is untouched by the technological changes of the past 15 years. We are truly in a “Gutenberg moment” where all business models are being tried and tested. In C-SCAPE Kramer explans which strategies are dying and which strategies will help businesses survive and thrive in a radically changed media environment. Charles Crumpley is Editor of The Los Angeles Business Journal.+ More details
Presentation for UNT SLIS 5970.041: "Advanced Topics in Digital Curation." Instructor: Danielle Cunniff Plumer Presenter: Danielle Cunniff Plumer Title: Distributed Digital Preservation Date: October 9, 2013 Rights: University of North Texas College of Information. Licensed under a CC-BY-NC 3.0 license.+ More details
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