While we now have a well-developed grammar for our Content Field description of audio assets that we listen to, we are interested in having a discussion about what we see when we watch and listen to literary performance, and what we want to include in our descriptions of such AV documents, with the aim of discovery and use by scholars, students and the general public.
Workshops | Concordia University, Listening, Listening Practic, Metadata, Montreal, Quebec, SpokenWeb, workshop
Following their listening practice session Lesbian Liberation Across Media: Listening to Video Felicity Tayler (Co-Applicant, U Ottawa) and Mathieu Aubin (PDF, Concordia) were inspired to move from watching and listening to clips, to the screening of full films. Join them for a screening and discussion of three films featuring the action, activism, and advocacy of […]
Workshops | Anglophone Heritage Network, Concordia University, Felicity Tayler, Listening Practic, Mathieu Aubin, Montreal, Ottawa University, Quebec, SpokenWeb, Writers Read
A weekly session for exploring and experimenting with different modes of listening. Each week our practice will be guided by an expert from SpokenWeb. What is listening? What are we listening for when we are listening? What are listening techniques for different disciplines? Join us, once or weekly, for Listening Practice. All are welcome!
Workshops | Anglophone Heritage Network, Concordia University, Klara du Plessis, Listening Practic, Montreal, Quebec, SpokenWeb, workshop, Writers Read