Media Suite Blog
The Rotterdam Exchange Format Initiative (REFI) launches standard for sharing qualitative data across qualitative data analysis software.
19 Mar 2019
The Rotterdam Exchange Format Initiative (REFI) was formed to develop the QDA Standard for exchanging processed qualitative data between QDA software programs. This blog post reports on the launching event of the standard.
01 Oct 2018
The first CLARIAH summer school took place last summer, this reports summarizes the event's main achievements and outcomes of the evaluation.
27 Aug 2018
Researcher Kathleen Lotze reflects about her experience as one of the first scholars who has worked in making available and searchable the Desmet paper collection via the CLARIAH Media Suite.
11 Jul 2018
CLARIAH had the pleasure to organize a two-day face-to-face expert meeting and workshop that aimed to improve annotation interoperability within the CLARIAH infrastructure as well as with external annotation tools. The meeting took place on July 12-13 in Amsterdam.
12 Apr 2018
The Centre for Digital Humanities organizes, in collaboration with CLARIAH, a workshop about the state of the art of video annotation. With this workshop, we will bring scholars and tool developers together to learn from experiences with the variety of available video annotation tools. The workshop will provide an overview of initiatives, but also give the opportunity to have some hands-on experience and discuss what other steps are needed to facilitate developments in annotating large-scale archival material (film and video) and/or online video data sets (e.g. storage).
16 Feb 2018
This one-week event organized by CLARIAH (Media studies work package) introduces scholars to the CLARIAH Media Suite and other tools which support the exploration, search and analysis of important Dutch audio-visual collections and their contextual data. Registration is free but places for full participation are limited.
20 Dec 2017
CLARIAH invites you to participate of the forthcoming Summer School in July 2018 at The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.
22 Nov 2017
During three days in November 2017 around thirty researchers and practitioners interested in video analysis came to Aalborg, Denmark, to the "BigVideo sprint and mini-conference" organized by Professor Paul McIlvenny of the Department of Culture and Global Studies, and Assistant Professor Jacob Davidsen, of the Department of Culture and Psychology of Aalborg University.
17 Oct 2017
Early September, Liliana Melgar and I received an invitation from Barbara Flückiger, Professor in Film Studies at the University of Zürich, to participate in the "Colloquium Visualization Strategies for the Digital Humanities".
31 Aug 2017
This is a cross-posting of a post that I just wrote for my research blog Film History in the Making.
Reportage of the launching of the Media Suite and the CLARIAH Media studies research pilots in the E-Data & Research magazine
17 Jul 2017
The third issue of the “E-Data & Research” magazine this year brings a reportage of the Media Suite launching event on April 4, 2017, when the CLARIAH media studies team celebrated the debut of the…
12 May 2017
From 10-12 May 2017, CLARIAH WP5 attended a two-day CLARIN-PLUS workshop in Arezzo to discuss the development of an automatic transcription chain for Oral History that eventually could be integrated into the CLARIN infrastructure.
11 May 2017
This annotation symposium aims to bring together different groups and individuals who are working separately on implementing solutions to support text annotation, audio and video annotation, and image annotation.
13 Apr 2017
CLARIAH Media Studies focus invites to a two-day symposium and expert meetings around the topic of scholarly annotations of text, image, and audio-visual materials.
24 Mar 2017
In the CLARIAH-board meeting of February 22, 2017 16 Pilot Research Projects were approved, six of them within the Media Studies focus. We welcome the pilot winner scholars to our team during the launch of the MediaSuite
07 Mar 2017
A study done by CLARIAH Media Studies researchers about media scholars’ annotating behavior was presented at the The ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (CHIIR).