A New Platform for Editing Digital Multimedia: The eTalks
||Clivaz, Claire; Marion Rivoal and Martial Sankar
||A New Platform for Editing Digital Multimedia: The eTalks
||New Avenues for Electronic Publishing in the Age of Infinite Collections and Citizen Science: Scale, Openness and Trust, 156-159. ELPUB. Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2015.
||The eTalks are a new digital multimedia editing plaform developed at the University of Lausanne: their application is implemented via an easy-to-use editor interface, designed for the use of researchers themselves, to create and edit original eTalks. This permits the linking together of images, sounds and textual materials with hyperlinks, enriching it with relevant information. The final release of eTalks allows complete ‘citability’ of its contents: each and every portion of the researchers' talks can be precisely referred to and thus cited with a specific identifier, just like any traditional, paper-based scientific publication but with all the potential for plural literacies. It is openly accessible and the code is open source, including guidelines to install the eTalks. It contributes to the development of multiliteracies in the digital academic production of knowledge.
||Digital Edition; Electronic Publishing; Enhanced Talks; eTalks; Multiliteracies
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