Presentations From “Videos in Digital Libraries: What’s in it for Libraries, Publishers and Scientists” Workshop Now Available Online
Papers presented at the “Videos in Digital Libraries: What’s in it for Libraries, Publishers and Scientists?” half-day workshop that took place last week (Thursday, September 8, 2016) during the 20th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL) in Hannover, Germany are now available online.
- Embracing Videos in Scholarly Publishing: The IOP Publishing Experience
Elena Belsole, James P Dacey and John Navas, IOP Publishing
- Journalistic Curation of Science Videos
Thilo Körkel (Spektrum der Wissenschaft)
- Video abstracts and video supplements to scientific articles – experiences from Copernicus Publications
Xenia van Edig (Copernicus Publications)
- Videos in Public Libraries: New models of collaboration in Europe
Tilman Scheel (Reelport GmbH, Köln)
- Enrichment of requirements specifications with videos – Enhancing the comprehensibility of textual requirements
Oliver Karras, Jil Klünder, Kurt Schneider (Leibniz Universität Hannover)
- How to turn an abstract into a video abstract – Teaching methods, techniques and experiences of the Popular Science Video Workshop
Attila Dávid Molnár and Attila Andics (Filmjungle Society, Department of Ethology Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
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