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Dean Rehberger is an Associate Director of MATRIX and also Associate Professor in the department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures at Michigan State University.

Dean Rehberger is an Associate Director of MATRIX and also Associate Professor in the department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures at Michigan State University.

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    • MediaMatrix: Writing with Digital Media Video, Education, and Open Content: Best Practices Dean Rehberger Michael Fegan
    • MATRIX: The Center for the Humane Arts, Letters, and Social Sciences On-Line
        • Sixteen full time employees
        • Faculty from Humanities, Social Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, Communications, Education
        • Graduate and Undergraduate Students
        • Continuing University funding + Grants and Contracts (NSF, NEH, IMLS, USDE, Ford, Mellon)
    • MATRIX - Research
      • Fundamental digital library research
      • Architecture
      • Focus on linear audio and video materials
        • 20 Different Collections - 4 Countries
        • 4 terabytes of material
      • Creation of complex digital objects
      • Interoperability
      • User-enhancement/ personalization
      • Teaching and learning with digital libraries
      • Develop tools and environments for teachers and students
      • Technologies to make critical use of digital sources
    • Digital Objects and Access
      • Tools to promote access, access that goes beyond the ability to link to a network :
      • Equity - the ability of “every citizen” and not simply
      • technical specialists to use the resources
      • Usability - the ability of users to easily locate, retrieve, use, and navigate resources
      • Context - the conveyance of meaning from stored information to users, so that it makes sense to them
      • I nteractivity - the capacity for users to be both consumers and producers of information.
    • Research – Making Technology Easy
      • Problems:
        • Finding digital objects
          • Google
          • Keyword searching – search terms, booleans, and subject knowledge
        • Using digital objects
          • Streaming
          • Copyright
          • Software and knowledge
    • MediaMatrix
      • http://matrix.msu.edu/~mmatrix
      • Helps users work with online, digital media
      • “ Segment or record” portions of media
      • Annotate that media
      • Organize entries on their media tree
      • Create online publications with the media and annotations from their tree
      • Demo
    • Classroom Use
      • Two classes @ Tufts University
      • MSU
        • Writing Courses
        • History Courses
        • Virtual Courses
    • Conclusions
      • Redefine Access—more than retrieve but help to use and educate
      • User generate metadata/content and provide relevance for other users
      • Provides context to the content
    • Contact Information
      • http://matrix.msu.edu/~mmatrix
      • MATRIX – http://matrix.msu.edu
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]