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Thursday, October 4 • 12:00 - 12:30
Evolution of data management for new uses of INA's collections: construction of a data lake

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The French National Audiovisual Institute was responsible since 1974 for the preservation of the audiovisual heritage produced by national broadcasts. The massive digitization of these collections in the 1990s, the digital capture of 162 channels since 2001, the opening of a "general public" website in 2006, are some of the steps taken by the Institute to take into account the digital technologies to benefit the audiovisual preservation. However, because of a historically "fragmented" IT architecture, the Institute has been suffering these last years from an under-utilization of its millions metadata collected in support of audiovisual collections, in particular in the frame of the legal deposit of radio and television. This is why since 2014 the Institute has been remodeling its documentary IT, in close coordination with the construction of a "data lake", which will allow merging the metadata from all enterprise tools (documentary, legal, commercial). The adoption of a linked data policy tends to develop new ways of using metadata, guaranteeing their quality, whether they come from external sources or from internal activities of documentary description. The presentation will describe this multiyear project, which aims to harmonize metadata as well as to promote new uses of these contents: online editorialisation, new offers to Ina’s clients for footage or complete programs, exploration and analysis of Ina’s collections by researchers and students, data mining. The construction of the data lake will help to develop more relevant and accurate offers to Ina’s partners in the respect of intellectual property and legal frame.

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Johan Oomen

Research Director, Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision
Johan Oomen is Head of Research and Heritage Services at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and a researcher at the User-Centric Data Science group of the VU University Amsterdam. Throughout his practice, Oomen works on initiatives that focus on providing access to digital... Read More →

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Eleonore Alquier

Eleonore Alquier is project and development manager in the Collections division of Ina. She’s in charge of the refoundation of the collections management IT system and of the collections development strategy, coordinating transversal projects connected to audiovisual description... Read More →
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Anne Couteux

Project Manager, INA

Thursday October 4, 2018 12:00 - 12:30 GMT
Room 1: Prof Ebenezer Oduro Owusu Seminar Room Department of Economics, University of Ghana, Legon

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