Disclosing Spoken Culture: User Interfaces for Access to Spoken Word Archives

W.F.L. Heeren, Franciska M.G. de Jong

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    Abstract

    Over the past century alone, we have collected millions of hours of audiovisual data with great potential for e.g., new creative productions, research and educational purposes. The actual (re-)use of these collections, however, is severely hindered by their generally limited access. In this paper a framework for improved access to spoken content from the cultural heritage domain is proposed, with a focus on online user interface designs that support access to speech archives. The evaluation of the user interface for an instantiation of the framework is presented, and future work for the adaptation of this first prototype to other collections and archives is proposed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPeople and Computers XXII
    Subtitle of host publicationHCI 2008: Culture, Creativity, Interaction (Vol. 1)
    EditorsDavid England, Russell Beale
    Place of PublicationSwindon
    PublisherThe British Computer Society
    Pages23-32
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print)978-1-906124-04-5
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 2008
    Event22nd BCS Annual Conference on Human Computer Interaction, HCI 2008: Culture, Creativity, Interaction - Liverpool, United Kingdom
    Duration: 1 Sep 20085 Sep 2008
    Conference number: 22

    Conference

    Conference22nd BCS Annual Conference on Human Computer Interaction, HCI 2008
    Abbreviated titleHCI
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLiverpool
    Period1/09/085/09/08

    Keywords

    • HMI-HF: Human Factors
    • HMI-MR: MULTIMEDIA RETRIEVAL
    • METIS-251158
    • IR-62450
    • EWI-13392
    • HMI-SLT: Speech and Language Technology
    • Spoken document retrieval
    • Speech browsing support
    • User evaluation
    • Audio transcripts

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