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post-cutting-betacam-team3-long.mp4

Amanda Murphy, John Ellis & Nick Hall
This footage was filmed in March 2018 at Royal Holloway, University of London in Egham, United Kingdom.
A group of veteran television videotape engineers was reunited with obsolete editing equipment last used in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. The editors’ working practices and memories were recorded using multiple digital video cameras and wireless microphones.
This video is part of a series which explores how different technologies were using to edit videotape for television broadcast.
ADAPT (2013-8) is...

outsidebroadcast-demonstration-videotape-long.mp4

Nick Hall, John Ellis & Amanda Murphy
This video is part of a series which shows demonstrations of the wide variety of technologies, techniques and craft skills used in the production of outside broadcast television.

This footage was filmed in May 2016 on location at Northop Hall hotel near Hawarden in Flintshire, United Kingdom.
A team of veteran television outside broadcast camera operators, electricians, riggers, sound engineers, producers and production assistants who worked on BBC outside broadcasts in the 1960s and 1970s recreated various...

Introducing figshare for institutions in Amsterdam: four challenges

M. Van Selm
Presentation on the first six months of UvA/AUAS figshare, held at the Dutch figshare fest in Utrecht, June 12th, 2018: what challenges did we encounter and (how) did we solve them?

16mm-processing-filmdevelopmentbitesize.mp4

Nick Hall, John Ellis & Amanda Murphy
This footage was filmed in August 2015 at i-dailies, near Ealing in London, United Kingdom.
Laboratory staff demonstrate the various skills and methods used to process exposed negative films. They demonstrate the chemical processes, the practice of working in a dark room, and the work of the negative cutter.
This video is part of a series that shows how exposed film footage is processed so that it can be edited for use in television. The footage being...

Science Podcast Episode 1

Bronwen Wilson
Podcast recorded as part of Community Science Showcase for Manchester Science Festival 2018, hosted at the University of Salford Library, MediaCityUK Campus.

IOS Press ORCID Integration

Maarten Fröhlich
"IOS Press ORCID Integration" was presented at the ORCID Netherlands Roundtable Meeting in Utrecht, Netherlands on September 28, 2018 by Maarten Fröhlich (IOS Press).

post-reunion-betacam-team2-bitesize_12.mp4

Amanda Murphy, John Ellis & Nick Hall
This footage was filmed in March 2018 at Royal Holloway, University of London in Egham, United Kingdom.
A group of veteran television videotape engineers was reunited with obsolete editing equipment last used in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. The editors’ working practices and memories were recorded using multiple digital video cameras and wireless microphones.
This video is part of a series in which veteran videotape editors are reunited with obsolete Betacam editing equipment.
ADAPT (2013-8) is a...

Being able to read OER's: exploring multiliteracies in support of equitable open knowledge

Jako Olivier
Presentation on Open Educational resources and multiliteracies during Open Access week 2018 at North-West University.
Aim of the presentation is to determine how students will be able to read open content and specifically open educational resources by exploring multiliteracies in support of equitable knowledge.

Getting the Most out of HTC with Workflows

Peter Van Heusden & Christina Koch
Slides for a presentation on High Throughput Computing and workflows including

1. Commentary on the contract between High Throughput Computing (HTC) and High Performance Computing (HPC)2. A description of the layers of the Research Computing stack3. Theory of workflow design and considerations in workflow design

Intraoperative Assessment of Flow in CABG Surgery

Rune Haaverstad
Rune Haaverstad of Bergen University Hospital in Norway discusses transit-time flowmetry to confirm graft patency after coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). He argues that flowmetry is a useful addition to the toolbox of intraoperative graft assessment, reviews the details of performing and interpeting transit-time flowmetry, and discusses what can be done if measurements show poor flow through the graft.
This presentation was originally given during the SCTS Ionescu University program at the 2017 Annual Meeting of...

Jed's Corner with Jon Haufler

(:Unkn) Unknown
Presented at the 8th International Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and Communal Lands: Livestock, Tourism, and Spirit, that was held September 7-12, 2014, Estes Park, Colorado.

post-graphics-paintbox-team6-medium.mp4

Amanda Murphy, John Ellis & Nick Hall
This footage was filmed in March 2018 at Royal Holloway, University of London in Egham, United Kingdom.
A group of veteran television videotape engineers was reunited with obsolete editing equipment last used in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. The editors’ working practices and memories were recorded using multiple digital video cameras and wireless microphones.
This video is part of a series in which videotape and Avid editors discuss the introduction of digital video effects systems which...

High Throughput Computing in bioinformatics: workflows, containers and emerging paradigms

Peter Van Heusden
Next Generation Sequencing has brought genomic analysis within the range of a great number of laboratories, while increasing the demand for bioinformatic analysis. These typically comprise workflows composed out of chains of analyses with data flowing between workflow steps. Such analysis is amenable to High Throughput Computing, a form of high performance computing characterised by a focus on overall analysis throughput rather than optimisation of a single application. In recent years workflow languages and container...

A Review of Pottery Cultures in Central Anatolia during the Middle Iron Age, taking Yassıhöyük (Kırşehir) as a Case Study

Nurcan Küçükarslan
Middle Iron Age (MIA): 9th-8th c. BC in Central Anatolia.Yassıhöyük is a mound located 160 km southeast of Ankara (Turkey), 25 km north of Kırşehir and 30 km east of Kaman-Kalehöyük.Kaman-Kalehöyük is a mound located 100 km southeast of Ankara.Region 1 (Representative Site: Gordion)Gordion was the capital city of Phrygia, 100 km southwest of Ankara.Diagnostic pottery type: monochrome grey wares.Political Entity: PhrygiaRegion 2 (Representative Site: Boğazköy)Boğazköy is a slope settlement located 208 km northeast of...

Stein Høydalsvik - Open Science Toolbox

Stein Høydalsvik
Presentation from kick-off workshop for the project Open Science Toolbox: https://www.ntnu.no/ub/prosjekter/ostoolbox. Title: Open Science at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway Presenters: Stein Høydalsvik, UiT - The Arctic University of Norway

Centered partition processes: lumping versus splitting in sparse health data

Amy Herring
In many health studies, interest often lies in assessing health effects on a large set of outcomes or specific outcome subtypes, which may be sparsely observed, even in big data settings. For example, while the overall prevalence of birth defects is not low, the vast heterogeneity in types of congenital malformations leads to challenges in estimation for sparse groups. However, lumping small groups together to facilitate estimation is often controversial and may have limited scientific...

Introduction to land and animal ownership

Delwin E. Benson
Presented at the 8th International Congress for Wildlife and Livelihoods on Private and Communal Lands: Livestock, Tourism, and Spirit, that was held September 7-12, 2014, Estes Park, Colorado.

post-cutting-betacam-team4-bitesize_05.mp4

Amanda Murphy, John Ellis & Nick Hall
This footage was filmed in March 2018 at Royal Holloway, University of London in Egham, United Kingdom.
A group of veteran television videotape engineers was reunited with obsolete editing equipment last used in the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. The editors’ working practices and memories were recorded using multiple digital video cameras and wireless microphones.
This video is part of a series which explores how different technologies were using to edit videotape for television broadcast.
ADAPT (2013-8) is...

Show and Tell Prague Quadrennial 2015

Andreas Skourtis
A 'Show and Tell' talk (video documentation) in the Prague Quadrennial 2015, on Summer Harvest, Music, Weather and Politics.

Underwater Sound recordings of Cod (Gadus moruha) Vocalizations

Karl-Heinz Frommolt
Sound recordings of Atlantic cod during spawning made in Austnesfjorden (Norway).

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