Digital access has changed the ways users can consume and interact with audiovisual heritage materials. For audiovisual archives, it is crucial to engage users in different and meaningful ways. A user-oriented approach helps archives promote valuable online content, increase the visibility of hidden wonders and develop sustainable futures for heritage collections.
The conference agenda draws on the full breadth of knowledge and expertise of the EUscreen network. It has been designed to take the audience on a journey throughout user engagement approaches in audiovisual heritage projects.
The conference features 2 keynote speakers: Mr. Tony Ageh from BBC Archive Development and Ms. Katja Bargum from the Finnish Broadcasting Company (YLE). There will be plenary sessions with case studies by renowned European- and US-based experts in the field of audiovisual heritage on the following themes:
While day one offers speakers and case studies from the field, day two focuses on the following interactive workshops:
Registration for the event is still open and free of charge. Places will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information and registration for the conference please visit http://blog.euscreen.eu/conference.
The Conference is organized by the National Audiovisual Institute of Poland (NInA), the Istituto Luce Cinecittà (Italy) with support from the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and the project members of EUscreenXL.