TITLE

Von DVD zu Video-on-Demand: Bewegte Bilder in Bibliotheken und neue Wege des Zugangs zum audiovisuellen Kulturerbe From DVD to Video on Demand: Moving images in libraries and new ways of accessing audio-visual cultural heritage

AUTHOR(S)
Bohn, Anna
PUB. DATE
December 2015
SOURCE
Bibliotheksdienst;Dec2015, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p79
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Knowledge and information are increasingly imparted audio-visually. Libraries are bound to change into hybrid multimedia libraries as a consequence of the media technological development. All faculties have to be granted an online access to audio-visual contents in addition to the collection of audio-visual media on data carriers. In order to ensure access to audio-visual collections, high-definition formats and digital audio-visual contents via video-on-demand, it is necessary to create extensive financial, infrastructural and legal pre-conditions. This is the only way that libraries will be able to fulfil their function now and in future and to offer access to cultural heritage in its dynamic diversity.
ACCESSION #
111405108

 

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