Contents of this issue:
PRESERVING DIGITAL MEDIA
KEEP (Keeping Emulation Environments Portable) is a European project attempting to find a solution to the problems of future-proofing the archiving of digital media. Dr Dan Pinchbeck provides an introduction.
THE IBA/ITA ARCHIVES
Dr Hugh Chignell explains why and how the archive of the Independent Television Authority (ITA) and the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) can be of use to researchers.
SCREEN AND THE CITY
CINeSPACE is a project that aims to bring cities’ heritage to life, making use of the latest in location aware technology and multimedia content. Jennifer Armitage provides an overview
DIGITISING HUMAN COMMUNICATIONS
Matt Mahon provides an introduction to the CAVA (human Communication: an Audio-Visual Archive) project.
TWITTER IN EDUCATION
Jon Hickman argues that Twitter is a useful tool for academics.
- Dr Professor Tim Wall: Key Concepts in Radio Studies by Hugh Chignell
- Dr Sheldon Hall: Movie Speak by Tony Bill
- John Pymm & Crispin Dale: podcasting for Learning in Universities edited by Gilly Salmon & Palitha Edirisingha
- Dr Nicola Pizzolato: America, Empire of Liberty 2 (CD)
- Dr Miles Booy: WISE BLOOD (DVD)
- Dr Toby Haggith: WAR REQUIEM (DVD)
MEDIA ONLINE FOCUS
- Page I Synote by Mike Wald.
- Page III Moving Image Gateway and Online Catalogues
- Page IV Online Subject News
Continuing our series on notable practitioners in education and
media, John Riley looks at the life and work of Stanley Forman.
The candlelit Jacobean Playhouse at the University of Bristol (see article page 17).