PARIP has collaborated with the following research projects to develop multi-viewpoint DVD documentation. The
For information about PARIP's DVD documentation research please click here.
PARIP is currently collaborating with the following researchers and research projects:
Although this page will eventually contain detailed information about projects PARIP has been involved with, the information presented here details potential frameworks for PARIP participation.
core remit is to participate in practice-as-research projects undertaken
by the University of Bristol's Department of Drama and by one affiliated
institution in the disciplinary fields of film, television, video, dance,
theatre and drama.
participation may consist of:
In its original AHRB application PARIP committed to working with Bristol colleagues' mixed-mode research projects and with one outside partner, ResCen, University of Middlesex.
To facilitate planning PARIP requested that single-page outlines of
planned or in-process practice-as-research activities from potential projects. Such outlines
receipt of outlines, PARIP set up initial consultative
meetings with the practitioner-researcher(s) to discuss potential ways
forward and devise a schedule of work.
has investigated the following points with respect to projects and their
multi-viewpoint DVD potential prior to allocating resources:
role of the PARIP researchers (1.5 posts) is to manage and develop the
research activities of PARIP. While the researchers may be involved
in some broadly technical undertakings, their responsibilities are to
advise on and develop thinking around practice as research, per se and
on technical approaches to documentation. A significant factor in the
formalization of relationships between PARIP and any practice-as-research
project would be the demonstrable financial and staffing capabilities
of project leaders to produce documentation arising from PARIPs
advice. Where this will entail additional technical assistance project
leaders should identify the resource(s) that will support this.
this might mean consultation/support in the technical aspects of the
documentation process throughout the practice-as-research process
but it cannot imply PARIP researchers taking on responsibility
for performing technical services. For example:
For department projects it will be reasonable for the project leader/s to invite the department to resource/contribute to the resourcing of the project. However there can be no guarantee that this will or can be forthcoming. The department may choose to divert revenue funding into resourcing projects, but will of course be obliged, firstly, to meet curricular commitments at all levels.
Any applications for such resourcing must go through the usual departmental
Where PARIP has been involved in advising on the documentation frameworks
for projects, access to and use of the resulting documentation materials
should be granted. Although copyright remains with the original project
and/or image maker(s) however those individual copyright agreements
are negotiated PARIP requests copyright clearance for these materials
without incurring cost.
B) Where PARIP creates multi-viewpoint DVDs from documented projects, copyright ownership in the resulting documentation should be negotiated between the project leader/s and PARIP in advance of any work being carried out. This would also apply to all associated subsequent locations of material: short, streamed video clips held on a UoB server and accessible via the PARIP website, etc.
Any copyright agreement arising from point B must be formalized in writing prior to project implementation.
More information on copyright.