Teaching Staff: To be announced
Course Code: ARC00400
Alt Code: Α400
Course Category: Specific Background
Course Type: Elective
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Delivery method: Face to face
Total Hours: 3
E Class Page: https://opencourses.ionio.gr/modules/auth/opencourses.php?fc=26
Audiovisual Archives: Assemble, classify, maintain and distribute analog and digital files. In particular, emphasis is placed on cataloging audiovisual media and multimedia using metadata description templates such as audioMD and videoMD formats. It also analyzes all the ISAAN files, which are the AACS, DCI, MPEG, DVB, and ATSC standards. Also presented is the DICOM medical image model. Finally, the methodology for classifying analogue audiovisual files through the IASA Cataloguing Rules is analyzed and described using ERT's audiovisual record as a case study.
This course is a general introduction to the necessity, logic and basic audio coding tools to be able to be registered, managed and exploited by computer systems. Special emphasis is given to the international coding standards and the capabilities it provides in terms of interoperability of systems and data.
Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to understand and handle audiovisual archives in an information environment.
Week #1: Introduction-Audiovisual Production Standards and Procedures
Week #2: Cataloging of audiovisual and multimedia content
Week #3: International Standard Audiovisual Number (ISAN), which are AACS, DCI, MPEG, DVB, and ATSC standards
Week #4: DICOM medical image model.
Week #5: Analysis of the analogue audiovisual records classification through the IASA Cataloguing Rules
Week #6: Study case of ERT's audio-visual record (radio file)
Week #7: Case study of ERT's audiovisual record
Week #8: ERT Audiovisual Archive (News Bulletin)
Week #9: Case study of ERT's audio-visual archive (Photo Archive)
Week #10: Study case of ERT's audio-visual archive (News, TV News Material)
Week #11: Quality control and restoration of the generated digital presumption
Week #12: Documentation of the physical and digital archives of the Archive: a systematic and standardized way of recording all the information that accompanies each item (object) of the File
Week #13: Preservation, preservation and promotion of collections of museum objects, from the technological evolution of radio and television in Greece (receivers, projectors, transmitters, loudspeakers, consoles, muvioli etc)
- Auffret, G. - Prie, Y. «Managing Full-indexed Audiovisual Documents: A New Perspective for the Humanities», Computers and the Humanities, 33/4 (Δεκέμβριος 1999) 319-344
- Burke, Mary A. Organization of multimedia resources: principles and practice of information retrieval, Hampsire, Gower, 1999
- Driessen, Karen C. - Smyth, Sheila A. A library manager’s guide to the phycical processing of nonprint materials, Λονδίνο, Greenwood Press, 1995
- Edmondson, R. Audiovisual Archiving: Philosophy and Principles, Παρίσι 2004
- International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives, The IASA Cataloguing Rules. A manual for description of sound recordings and related audiovisual media, 1999 (Τεκμήριο διαθέσιμο στο διαδίκτυο: URL: http://www.iasa-web.org/icat/)
- Kahn CE Jr, Carrino JA, Flynn MJ, Peck DJ, Horii SC. DICOM and radiology: past, present, and future. Journal of the American College of Radiology 2007; 4:652-657. DOI 10.1016/j.jacr.2007.06.004
- Schmidt, Lisa. “Appendix I: Multimedia Metadata Extension Schemas,” 2007. https://ford.ischool.utexas.edu/handle/2081/8849.
Lectures with ppt presentations.