Search and Interaction in Media Archives

24. juni 2013 | Posted by | Category: events larm-begivenheder

Search and Interaction in Media Archives

Open seminar on search and interaction in media archives at DR, 9:00-13:00 Thursday June 27.

Place: Emil Holms Kanal 20, 2300 Copenhagen S

With digital production and digitisation of cultural heritage archives arise a hitherto unseen potential for discovery, creative use and re-use of broadcast audio and video. In order to take advantage of this potential, however, search and interaction for such archives need to be optimized and reinvented. DR and the Royal School of Library and Information Science at the University of Copenhagen invite interested practitioners and researchers to a seminar on search and interaction in media archives.


  • 09:00 Registration, coffee and croissants
  • 09:15 Welcome
    Mette Charis Buchman, DR Archive, Research & Rights
    Birger Larsen, Royal School of Library and Information Science
  • 09:30 Designing the Search Experience
    Tony Russell-Rose, Director of UXlabs, UK
  • 10:45 master class
    Andreas Røll Larsen, DR Archive, Research & Rights
    and Tony Russell-Rose
  • 11:30 Good Practices for Finding Information
    Kristian Norling, Enterprise Search Evangelist at Findwise, Sweden
  • 12:00 Interaction with Sound Art Installations
    Marianne Lykke, Professor at University of Aalborg, Denmark
  • 12:30 The Future of Music Interaction
    Daniel Boland, PhD student at University of Glasgow, UK
  • 12:55 Final remarks
  • 13:00 Lunch and networking

The seminar is free, but 1st-come-1st-serve registration is necessary as the number of participants is limited. To register please send an email to Ragnhild Riis ( no later than Monday June 24 at 16:00.

The seminar is supported by DR Archive, Research & Rights, the Royal School of Library and Information Science and the Centre for Communication and Computing at the University of Copenhagen,Findwise, the LARM project, the CoSound project and the MUMIA EU COST action on Multilingual and Multifaceted Interactive Information Access.

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