Creating Digital Performance Resources

Author: Mark Taylor-Batty
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
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This is a basic guide to good practice for using electronic information and resources in the performing arts, with lots of pointers to specialised information.

Guerilla Guide To Performance Art

Author: Leslie Hill
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 0826419763
File Size: 38,15 MB
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The Guerilla Performance and Multimedia Handbook is the ultimate guide for artists at all stages of their careers engaged in creating original performance and multimedia work, including hybrids of theatre, visual art, installation, physical theatre, dance, CD-Rom and web design. It covers all aspects of artist support including starting up a company, funding, multimedia tools, and documentation and marketing, and incorporates a useful Yellow Pages section with contact information for production, funding, venues, galleries, publications, festivals, printers, equipment hire, technical support, artists organizations, performance archives, copyright offices and software support. The book is lavishly illustrated and interviews from major artists and directors of some of the leading artist support groups in the UK and US along with illuminating case studies address practical questions and offer indispensable insights into how to succeed in the performance arts.

Creating Digital Resources For The Visual Arts

Author: Catherine Grout
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN:
File Size: 23,21 MB
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This guide provides advice on legal issues such as Copyright and Rights Management when creating and using digital picture resources, technical advice on software and producing good quality images, standards for data documentation, project management, storage and preservation, and innovative creative techniques, including web design and virtual reality.

Human Resource Management In The Digital Economy Creating Synergy Between Competency Models And Information

Author: de Juana-Espinosa, Susana
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1613502087
File Size: 24,38 MB
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Businesses worldwide are faced with major challenges related to the progressive (and many times unavoidable) incorporation of information technologies into their processes. Often, organizations don’t suitably react to the new requirements of these technologies, resulting in outdated policies, practices, and strategies. Human Resource Management in the Digital Economy: Creating Synergy between Competency Models and Information is a reference for both practitioners and academics that demonstrates how to implement e-management and competency models in companies. This book offers perspectives on the impact of integrated e-human resource policies and provides recommendations for addressing the shift from traditional human resource policies to new perspectives.

Creating Digital Audio Resources

Author: Nick Fells
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN:
File Size: 29,90 MB
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A basic `how to' for those using audio materials in the creation of digital resources. The guide addresses issues of copyright, the choice of appropriate equipment, presenting and delivering audio material, data management and methodological procedure.

Orchestrating Performance Through A Digital Business Strategy Creating Value By Leveraging It Resources

Author: Hassan Aldarbesti
Editor:
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Facing Global Digital Revolution

Author: Dyah Nirmala Arum Janie
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1000078841
File Size: 60,75 MB
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The Industrial Revolution 4.0 describes the exponential changes to the way we live, work, and relate to one another due to the adoption of cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things, and the Internet of Systems. This revolution is expected to impact all disciplines, industries, business, and economics. Therefore, the main goal of the conference was to provide recent research related development of digital technology to the business, economics, management, and accounting field. These proceedings consist of selected papers, accepted after a rigid review process covering several issues in strategic decision making, management, accounting, policy studies, knowledge management, innovation management, applied economics, econometrics, capital market, and marketing & sales management. It will provide details beyond what is possible to be included in an oral presentation and constitute a concise but timely medium for the dissemination of recent research results. BES Conference Proceedings 2019 will be invaluable to professionals and academics in business, management, accounting, and economics for a good understanding of the developments towards industrial revolution 4.0.

Improving Business Performance Through Innovation In The Digital Economy

Author: Oncioiu, Ionica
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1799810070
File Size: 38,49 MB
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In the 21st century, advancements in the digital world are bringing about rapid waves of change in organizational management. As such, it is increasingly imperative to discover ways for businesses to adapt to changes in the markets and seize various digital marketing opportunities. Improving Business Performance Through Innovation in the Digital Economy is an essential reference source for the latest research on the impact of digital computing. It investigates new economic and entrepreneurial approaches to enhancing community development. Featuring research on topics such as business ethics, mobile technology, and cyber security, this book is ideally designed for knowledge workers, business managers, executives, entrepreneurs, small and medium enterprise managers, academicians, researchers, students, and global leaders seeking coverage on the management of sustainable enterprises.

Digital Theatre

Author: Nadja Masura
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 303055628X
File Size: 20,65 MB
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The Technology Ready School Administrator Standards Based Performance

Author: Clinton Born
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0989617904
File Size: 10,18 MB
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Creating And Documenting Electronic Texts

Author: Alan Stewart Morrison
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN:
File Size: 64,44 MB
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A basic guide to transferring texts and archiving them (books, manuscripts) into electronic form or similar digital resources, with lots of pointers to specialised information.

Creating And Using Virtual Reality

Author: Kate Fernie
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN:
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The essence of virtual reality lies with computer-based three-dimensional environments. Often termed 'worlds', these conceptual models can be navigated, interacted with and updated in real-time. This Guide to Good Practice is intended for individuals and organisations who are interested in potential ways to use virtual reality within the arts and humanities. It concentrates on the most widely used form of virtual reality today, desk-top virtual reality, which may be distributed and viewed on-line via the World Wide Web. In these systems virtual reality worlds run on users' desk-top computers, are displayed on a standard monitor, and navigated using a mouse or 3-D space ball and keyboard. This Guide introduces virtual reality by considering its history, philosophy and theory, and discusses good practice in planning virtual reality projects. It presents the data management and documentation procedures required to enable models to be maintained, and enjoyed by the audiences for which they are intended. It also explores strategies for archiving and considers how to avoid the loss of virtual reality models as technology changes. A virtual library of case studies illustrates some applications of virtual reality in Archaeology, Architecture, Dance, Design, Fine Art, Heritage, History, Museum Studies and Theatre. Examples of worlds which allow users to interact with each other are also presented.

Experience And Perspectives Of Teaching Foreign Languages At The L N Gumilyov Eurasian National University

Author: Sagimbayeva J.
Editor: Фонд помощи детям с онкологическими заболеваниями «Настенька»
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Collective monograph “Experience and perspectives of teaching foreign anguages at the L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University” is a wide range of practical fragments, where the main scientific directions developed by the teachers of the department in the field of methodology and practice of teaching foreign languages are presented in an integrated form.

Digital Business Transformation

Author: Rocco Agrifoglio
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030473554
File Size: 80,79 MB
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Digitising History

Author: Sean Townsend
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN:
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The Arts and Humanities Data Service (AHDS), funded by the UK government, has produced this series of Guides to Good Practice to provide the arts and humanities research and teaching communities with practical instruction in applying recognized standards and good practice to the creation, preservation and use of digital resources. Some of the Guides focus on methods and applications relevant to arts and humanities disciplines such as archaeology, history, linguistics, text studies and performing arts. Others address those areas which cross-disciplinary boundaries. All Guides identify and explore key issues and provide comprehensive pointers for those who need more specific information. As such they are essential reference material for anyone in interested in computer-assisted research and teaching in the arts and humanities.

Digital Business Strategies In Blockchain Ecosystems

Author: Umit Hacioglu
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 303029739X
File Size: 43,15 MB
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This book analyzes the effects of the latest technological advances in blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI) on business operations and strategies. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the contributions examine new developments that change the rules of traditional management. The chapters focus mainly on blockchain technologies and digital business in the "Industry 4.0" context, covering such topics as accounting, digitalization and use of AI in business operations and cybercrime. Intended for academics, blockchain experts, students and practitioners, the book helps business strategists design a path for future opportunities.

Geophysical Data In Archaeology

Author: Armin Schmidt
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
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Geophysical Data in Archaeology in the Arts and Humanities Data Service Guides to Good Practice series is a basic guide to good practice in the creation, methodology, use and storage of geophysical data for archaeologists who increasingly use sophisticated methods for collecting and interpreting information.

Gis Guide To Good Practice

Author: Archaeology Data Service
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN:
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This guide provides advice on good practice in GIS.

Gaming For Classroom Based Learning Digital Role Playing As A Motivator Of Study

Author: Baek, Young Kyun
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1615207147
File Size: 44,23 MB
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As part of an international dialogue between researchers in educational technology, this title investigates where games can motivate students to learn and improve their knowledge and skills.

Archiving Aerial Photography And Remote Sensing Data

Author: Archaeology Data Service
Editor: Oxbow Books Limited
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This guide aims to set out the principles of 'good practice' in the creation and maintenance of digital resources related to aerial photography (including both optical and infra-red images), satellite and airborne remote sensing and the archaeological interpretations made form such data. The suggestions offered here aim to ensure that these digital resources can be re-used, and consequently archiving advice is included. Available on-line and in print, the core of this guide consists of detailed suggestions on what to record in order to describe a digital data set adequately, how to deposit a data set with the ADS and where to look for most of the technical literature and other information resources. Appendices provide details of commercial data providers and standards commonly used in archaeology. This volume is sponsored by the Archaeology Data Service, a UK based organisation undertaking the archive storage of digital data on every conceivable archaeological topic. The ADS is preparing a series of guides explaining how to record information so that it can be archived and re-used by others.