Getting from Raw Video Footage to Educational Website: Nagasaki Atomic History and the Present

September 13th
2-3:30pm
In this talk, Aleksandr Sklyar highlights the post-production work that followed the original filming of the video interviews with atomic bombing survivors in Nagasaki in summer 2010. This talk will be of interest to students and faculty conceiving public digital scholarship projects. It will give you a chance to reflect and prepare for the steps involved in preparing a final product after you have completed the collection of raw audiovisual material.
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Add to Calendar 09 13 2017 America/Detroit Getting from Raw Video Footage to Educational Website: Nagasaki Atomic History and the Present In this talk, Aleksandr Sklyar highlights the post-production work that followed the original filming of the video interviews with atomic bombing survivors in Nagasaki in summer 2010. This talk will be of interest to students and faculty conceiving public digital scholarship projects. It will give you a chance to reflect and prepare for the steps involved in preparing a final product after you have completed the collection of raw audiovisual material. 913 South University Ave, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 aBiAKdWFvzLJBiabzmaP28799 MM/DD/YYYY
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