Making the Most of Broadcast Media, January 2014

Television and Radio Index for
Learning and Teaching:

Knowing what is/w...
Stem cell research

South Park: “Kenny Dies”

(Paramount Comedy Channel, 16th Jan 2006)
TRILT entry: Kenny dies
TRILT
www.trilt.ac.uk

• Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching
• Run by the British Universities Film and V...
TRILT – 2 great services
www.trilt.ac.uk offers:

• A weekly e-mail alert warning you of any programmes
coming up in the n...
TRILT – Logging in

www.trilt.ac.uk
TRILT – Logging in

www.trilt.ac.uk
TRILT – Logging in

www.trilt.ac.uk
TRILT – Logging in

www.trilt.ac.uk

Don’t include
“University”
in search
TRILT – Logging in

www.trilt.ac.uk

Don’t include
“University”
in search
TRILT – Logging in

www.trilt.ac.uk

Don’t include
“University”
in search
TRILT

www.trilt.ac.uk

• Weekly e-mail alert:
- up to 150 stored “Auto Alerts”
- sent on day of your choice
- can be keyw...
TRILT: Setting up alerts
TRILT: Setting up alerts
TRILT: Setting up alerts
TRILT: Setting up alerts
TRILT – Time to have a go…
• Opportunity to set up (or add to) your TRILT account
• Keywords, specific series, programme I...
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts

No “save as” button?
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts

No “save as” button?
TRILT: Searches and auto alerts

No “save as” button?
Limitations of TRILT

Holby City: “Better The Devil You Know”
(BBC1, 6th September 2006)
Limitations of TRILT
• The clip shown is an excellent vehicle for introducing
discussion of both the ethical objections pe...
Specialist help: Bioethicsbytes
• It is unrealistic to expect a general-purpose service
to include sufficient annotation t...
BioethicsBytes: Holby example

http://bioethicsbytes.wordpress.com/2006/09/08/xenotransplantation-holby-city/
Any Questions?
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The Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching (TRILT) is a powerful resource for finding programmes transmitted in the UK. Such broadcast media can be used for both teaching and research.
The session, delivered at the HEA-sponsored "Making The Most of Broadcast Media in Your Teaching" introduces the resource prior to delegates setting up their own alerts.

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  1. 1. Making the Most of Broadcast Media, January 2014 Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching: Knowing what is/was on and when Dr Chris Willmott Dept of Biochemistry, University of Leicester cjrw2@le.ac.uk University of Leicester http://tinyurl.com/39zaw6q
  2. 2. Stem cell research South Park: “Kenny Dies” (Paramount Comedy Channel, 16th Jan 2006)
  3. 3. TRILT entry: Kenny dies
  4. 4. TRILT www.trilt.ac.uk • Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching • Run by the British Universities Film and Video Council • BUFVC also offers a range of other services including a DVD back-up service for missed programmes, and the Box of Broadcasts
  5. 5. TRILT – 2 great services www.trilt.ac.uk offers: • A weekly e-mail alert warning you of any programmes coming up in the next two weeks that match your keywords • A searchable database of transmission history covering broadcasts since 1995, in which all programmes are given an ID code • The latter can frequently be used to identify recordings available through the BUFVC back-up service (inc all terrestrial TV since June 1998)
  6. 6. TRILT – Logging in www.trilt.ac.uk
  7. 7. TRILT – Logging in www.trilt.ac.uk
  8. 8. TRILT – Logging in www.trilt.ac.uk
  9. 9. TRILT – Logging in www.trilt.ac.uk Don’t include “University” in search
  10. 10. TRILT – Logging in www.trilt.ac.uk Don’t include “University” in search
  11. 11. TRILT – Logging in www.trilt.ac.uk Don’t include “University” in search
  12. 12. TRILT www.trilt.ac.uk • Weekly e-mail alert: - up to 150 stored “Auto Alerts” - sent on day of your choice - can be keywords or programme ID codes - can include “non-work” queries
  13. 13. TRILT: Setting up alerts
  14. 14. TRILT: Setting up alerts
  15. 15. TRILT: Setting up alerts
  16. 16. TRILT: Setting up alerts
  17. 17. TRILT – Time to have a go… • Opportunity to set up (or add to) your TRILT account • Keywords, specific series, programme ID • Care re keywords? Limit genre?
  18. 18. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  19. 19. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  20. 20. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  21. 21. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  22. 22. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  23. 23. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  24. 24. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  25. 25. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts
  26. 26. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts No “save as” button?
  27. 27. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts No “save as” button?
  28. 28. TRILT: Searches and auto alerts No “save as” button?
  29. 29. Limitations of TRILT Holby City: “Better The Devil You Know” (BBC1, 6th September 2006)
  30. 30. Limitations of TRILT • The clip shown is an excellent vehicle for introducing discussion of both the ethical objections people might have regarding this operation, and the scientific difficulties that would be involved • The TRILT entry for this programme currently states: “Abra returns to Holby and clashes with Ric over the treatment of a terminally ill patient, when Abra decides to offer the patient an illegal transplant. Chrissie thinks she’s cracked it with Sam.” • How would someone else recognise the potential in this clip?
  31. 31. Specialist help: Bioethicsbytes • It is unrealistic to expect a general-purpose service to include sufficient annotation to satisfy all nuances of discipline-specific usage • It is hoped that the capacity for BoB to read subtitles will lead to more complete meta-data on TRILT • Bioethicsbytes developed as an additional means to share recommendations regarding bioethics-related footage www.bioethicsbytes.wordpress.com
  32. 32. BioethicsBytes: Holby example http://bioethicsbytes.wordpress.com/2006/09/08/xenotransplantation-holby-city/
  33. 33. Any Questions? E-mail: cjrw2@le.ac.uk Twitter: cjrw Slideshare: cjrw2 Delicious: chriswillmott Blogs: www.bioethicsbytes.wordpress.com www.biosciencecareers.wordpress.com www.lefthandedbiochemist.wordpress.com University of Leicester

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