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10 FEBRUARY 2012

Digital Photo Gallery

"Digital Photo Gallery is an online system for storing, organising and distributing full resolution images."

(Digital Photo Gallery)

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authorship • blog integration • CMSconvergencecopyrightdigital photo • Digital Photo Gallery (tool) • ICTintegrationknowledge managementnew mediaonline galleryonline resourceonline tool • photo gallery • photographypublishrepositoryresourceservicesolutiontechnologytechnology integrationtool

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Simon Perkins
03 MAY 2010

SoundCloud: platform for distributing music for music professionals

"SoundCloud lets you move music fast & easy. The platform takes the daily hassle out of receiving, sending & distributing music for artists, record labels & other music professionals."

(SoundCloud Ltd.)

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audioauthorshipcollaborativecommunicationconvergence • DAW • digitaldigital audio • Digital Audio Workstation • digital culturedigital masters • guitar tracks • ICTloopmaking musicmash-upmusicold mediapublish • record labels • recordingsamplessharesolutionsoundSoundCloud • SoundCloud Client • technologytracks • vocals • waveform

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Simon Perkins
20 AUGUST 2009

PaperScope: a tool for graphically representing reference and citation chains

"PaperScope is a tool for graphically exploring the Astrophysics Data System (ADS) which is a database of published astrophysics papers. PaperScope is extremely useful for identifying the citation/reference relationships between papers, and enables the user to visualize these relationships to make locating papers of interest easier. Use it for constructing reference or citation chains, as well as identifying common references/citations between several key papers. It is a tool designed to simplify the process of searching for relevant papers to an astrophysics researcher whether they be a professor, post doc, or student."
(Mark Holliman, Royal Observatory, Edinburgh)

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ads • Astro Grid • astronomyastrophysics • Astrophysics Data System • citation • citation chains • cone treedatabasediscursive field • e-Infrastructure • Edinburghgraphic representationhierarchical visualisationhierarchyICTinformation graphicsintegrationJava • Mark Holliman • metadatanotationordering • PaperScope • precedencepublishreference • reference chains • relationshipsrepositoryresearchresearch papers • Royal Observatory Edinburgh • technologytoolvisual depictionvisualisation • WFAU

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Simon Perkins
06 AUGUST 2009

Open Publishing Guide

"The Open Publishing Guide has everything you need to know to publish your work.

Watch your idea become a reality. From a concept to a tangible item, we guide you through the publishing process."
(Rochester Institute of Technology)

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David Rogerson
02 JUNE 2006

VNTH06: Interactive Nottingham Scenes

The Virtual Nottingham Treasure Hunt 2006 (VNTH06) is a joint student project initiated as part of a first–year learning requirement of the NTU (Nottingham Trent University) Multimedia programme.

Students contributed to the project through creating individual interactive presentations – that they made using: digital photographs; HTML hyperlinks; and JavaScript instigated user prompts. They were asked to respond to elements within designated parts of Nottingham City town centre (East Midlands, England) through using simple interactive features organised loosely as an interactive treasure hunt.

The online arrangement of the project has been designed to unify the collected student works through a manner that is both open and structured. I have used a grid of linked thumbnail images to do this based on the original map sectors used by students to make their projects. I have used this approach in an effort to enforce a single organising strategy for the project as a whole (through the use of a single top–level access point) and at the same time provide an open platform for students to consider the design of the relationships between each of their project elements within their individual presentations. I have also provided the students with the ability to interlink their projects with their peers projects and to the main menu through the use of a single contextual menu (that is available to users on the final screen of each of the student projects).

The publishing features of the project were automated using file–access functions (implemented using PHP server–side scripting) rather than through using the more traditional 3–tier application design approach (HTML forms – operational logic – persistent storage). I chose this method in this case because of its simplicity and its flexibility for facilitating easy reorganisation of content.

The project provided students with an opportunity to experiment with programming techniques in an uncomplicated and creative way. It allowed students to build simple JavaScript operations through combining: event–handlers; custom functions; and dynamic text fields.

VNTH06 integrates multiple NTU Multimedia student presentations into a single interactive work. It is a publishing platform for organising heterogeneous content and a means for students to locate themselves within their local creative practice network.

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2006interactive narrativeJavaScriptmultimediaMultimedia 1st yearNottinghamNottingham Trent UniversityNTUNTU MultimediaplatformprogrammingpublishscriptSimon Perkinsstudenttreasure huntUK • Virtual Nottingham Treasure Hunt 2006 • VNTH06

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Multimedia
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