After the fusion of different archives in 2006 in this one central building in Hilversum, Sound and Vision has become the largest audiovisual archive in Europe. From the outside one can immediately see what is inside: the stained windows show famous fragments of television history preserved in the cellars of the archive (the queen in the golden cage, attack of the twintowers, sportsfragments, etc). A complete dutch televisionhistory passes in these windows. Sound and Vision manages 70 percent of the dutch audiovisual heritage, which is the complete dutch public broadcasters archive (consisting of 3 televisionstations, 28 broadcasters). Concreted in: -800.000 hours radio, television, film and music (comparable to consuming these media with one person for 24 hours a day for 80 years in a row, 42 kilometres of tapes stored in the depots 7 floors down in the cellars of the building). -2000.000 photographs. -20.000 museumobjects (old radios, televisions, materials used with producing, sending and receiving radio and television). Every day the archive increases: programs in digital formats stream in, and private institutions donate their collections to Sound and Vision. And every day the archive increases, digital programs stream in automatically and public persons and institutes donate their collections to Sound and Vision. Collections -Televisionprograms -Radioprograms -Music/ Sound / Radioplays -Film -Personal collections (KLM, Haanstra, Ivens, Verhoeven) -Amateurfilm (smallfilm) -Photographs (1951- 1992) -Objects -Polygoon (1919-1987) -Paper collection (books, magazines, biografies, personal collections broadcasting personalities)
Government and BvdT: Governmental fees make it possible to preserve footage for the future. This project also stimulates publication of this unique audiovisual material. Earlier initiatives: Sound and Vision has got experience with online education and audiovisual resources for more than ten years now. There is an specialised educational department that provides and publicates content (digitalised audiovisual material available for educational purposes) and context to primary, secondary, vocational, higher education and universities. This experience has been expressed in creating different websites for different user groups: in 2006 Teleblik (primary-, secondary-, and vocational education) Academia (higher/ universities) ED*IT latest development: The educational field provides us with feedback on Sound and Visions educational service Teleblik. Teachers and students enthousiastically had used the entrance to the archive with Teleblik. The extra value of the use of AV-material in the context of the classroom appeared clearly to them. But they also remarked the importance for the availability of more resources, and a greater diversity of resources (not only video, but also photographs, films, music and articles). They have had a demand raised for the possibility to edit the collected resources immediately inside this one surrounding with tools provided. So is this way they could be able to create digital lessons, lectures, projects in one movement without having to switch between different platforms. With all this ingredients together users (teachers and students) would be able tot edit resources in ED*IT. Resulting in ready- to-use material in classical situations. ED*IT tested -With this feedback, -together with research towards education, ICT (visible in the use of smartboards in classrooms, ICT-skills, broadband internet connections such as Baltic Boadband also in available in Lithuania ) and the use of av-footage in the teaching and learning and in classroom-context, -and new educational pedagogical views (less straight forward traditional teaching, but more constructively guided from the students themselves), -and developments in society as a whole, propagation of a mediawise attitude (students develop a critical and healthy attitude towards media and the use of resources, research-skills increase) All together these stimulated the birth of ED*IT. ED*IT (secondary / vocational) in 2008 tested by 800 users, in September 2009 live ED*IT online education the easy way is the platform existing in two variants for primary- (ED*IT BASIS), secondary- and vocational education (ED*IT EXTRA). It has been thoroughly tested in 2008 by hundreds of user-schools. In October 2009 it has gone live. At this moment hundreds of thousands of different kinds of resources from Hollands leading musea and archives are available for educational purposes. Completed with tools to edit this material. ED*IT has been developed in cooperation with teachers, students and educational professionals.
ED*IT owes its existence thanks to a powerfull cooperation in between leading musea and archives, educational expertisecentra, empowered by the dutch government and project ‘Beelden voor de Toekomst’ standing for preservation, digitalisation and publication of: - 137.200 uur video - 22.510 uur film - 123.900 uur audio - 2,9 million photographs En above all, the publication of this material for educational purposes, creative industries and the general public. Together with these leading partners we are strong in the development of this online platform. In the close future this consortium will increase, and the cooperation will be even stronger. Resources in ED*IT (coming from leading dutch musea and archives): Sound and Vision: 25.000 programs – video (educational, historic polygone journals, informative, documentaries) Naturalis: 2800 articles nature, access to educational websites Nationaal Archief: 400.000 photographs Kennislink: 5600 articles about scientific subjects (ED*IT EXTRA) Museum Volkenkunde: 2700 articles about ethnologies Rijksmuseum van Oudheden: 400 articles about historic subjects Anno: 900 articles about historic subjects Filmmuseum: films coming soon Centrale discotheek Rotterdam: music coming soon A lot of (different kinds of) resources: video, photographs, articles, film in the field of science, history and nature/biology.
Educational Structure of Educational Services 1. Basic supply: Pure content : Only resources, primary-, secondary-, vocational education 2.ED*IT: Contextextualised content: educational professionals produce educational metadata, indexes on subject, dossiers that combine different (kind) of resources, lessons, tools and programs to edit resources into e-lessons, digital papers and presentations. Targetgroups are Primary-, secondary-, vocational education. 3.LES 2.0: Professionals create lessons which cover different domains/subjects curriculum. The curriculum is based on governmental decided educational endgoals assigned to the different courses. Classical schoolbooks and methods can be replaced by LES 2.0-lessons. In this project teachers will have direct access to the ready-to-use- lessons for their classes. The domains consist of Biologie Tweede Fase (bovenbouw 15-18), Mens en Maatschappij (onderbouw: 12-14), Zorg en Welzijn (bovenbouw vmbo), according to the Dutch educational System.
One envrionment different content databases : The amount of resources is enormous: over 500.000 resources from reliable and leading dutch musea and heritage archives are freely available in ED*IT for educational purposes. In ED*IT teachers and students can find different kinds of resources : video, audio, photographs, articles and ready-to-use lessons combined in one safe online surrounding with several programs to edit the content interactively for educational purposes. The resources are futureproof : will not disappear as can happen on the internet. The amount will increase in this one safe surrounding in where students can search in a protected way in one safe surrounding to the material without being in contact to resources not appropriate for them or educational purposes. Editorial Staff: Resources selected and described / contextualised for education by professionals of the editorial Staff Schooltv. They select, describe, and produce metadata addapted to different educational levels. They create files that combine different kinds of resources thematically (eg. dossier childrens literature, insects, history of education, province Limburg). Resources are enriched by keywords, coursesindexes, governmental decided educational endgoals. ED*IT is reliable and easy to use. Tools: ED*IT offers several resources and programs to edit the resources in one safe online surrounding. The need to switch between websites does not exist any more. ED*IT BASIS Primary education: resources selected and described for students at the age 4 until 11 years old. ED*IT EXTRA Secondary- and vocational education: resources selected and described for this usergroup. ED*IT EXTRA offers more collections visible in more resources to be found than ED*IT BASIS. And also extra programs to edit resources. ED*IT: Fun, Trust, Ease in one online platform > supporting new pedagogies through digital learning, stimulates the use of ICT in teaching and learning and cultural heritage is accessible for education
And what do these strongpoints leed to? Here are to be seen the build in applications to edit the resources. Students and teachers are able to find, save, upload, share and edit resources in this one platform. It has never been this easy to cut a video clip, create a dossier, or to edit photographs. These edited resources can finally be worked into online presentations, e-lessons, timelines or digital papers. For students it has been made possible to work together in groups. An intuïtive design promotes the easy use. So ED*IT is connected to new pedagogies: different skills are being trained, multiple intelligences will be stimulated. And actively learning instead of frontal classical teaching finds its gateway with ED*IT. Learning is student-centered. Students do their research, collect information, combine different types of resources and name relations, addapt resources into products in a creative way and eventually reflect on their own learning. Learning, ICT-use and cultural heritage result in ED*IT in a self-constructive learning environment.
One can see in this picture, taken at the launche at the 14 th of October,how great it has been for teacher and student to work in this online portal. This one protected and safe surrounding were one can find al different types of unique resources. Consistend with the perception of students who grow up with multimedia in a visually oriented society. Education is fun again. It is fun to make a lecture, project, digital lesson for student and teacher in ED*IT´s intuitive designed surrounding. One can see how great it is on this picture, where students worked in EDIT and presented their lectures at the great opening of EDIT on the 14th of October 2009. ‘ ED*IT, online education the easy way’ Walk through ED *IT EXTRA – Lecture Anne Frank / timeline Nederlandse opstand / Videomontage Berlijn
One shared workplace to try. Back home.
Sanne Lusink Eminent09 Workshop B1
ED*IT European Schoolnet - Eminent Conference Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision Sanne Lusink, MA & Education – Vilnius 26, 27 november 2009
Mission: Sound and Vision <ul><li>The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision is a cultural heritage archive that collects, preserves and publicates audiovisual heritage of national importance from a historical or culturalhistorical point of view. Targetgroup: mediaprofessionals, and EDUCATION , science, and general public. </li></ul>
Sound and Vision : Business Archive <ul><li>*800.000 hours AV-footage </li></ul><ul><li>* 2 million photographs </li></ul><ul><li>*20.000 museum objects </li></ul><ul><li>Already 70% total amount from Dutch Public Broadcasters: largest EU </li></ul>
Sound and Vision : Education <ul><li>*Government and ‘Images for the Future’ </li></ul><ul><li>*Earlier Initiatives </li></ul><ul><li>*ED*IT latest development completed with tools for </li></ul><ul><li>teacher and student </li></ul><ul><li>*ED*IT has been tested and developed in cooperation </li></ul><ul><li>with many schools </li></ul>
<ul><li>ED*IT </li></ul><ul><li>images for the future </li></ul><ul><li>heritage archives </li></ul><ul><li>service with value </li></ul><ul><ul><li>files </li></ul></ul><ul><li>lessons </li></ul><ul><ul><li>coursesindexes </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>clips </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>toolbox </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>educational metadata </li></ul></ul><ul><li>basicfee, non profit </li></ul><ul><li>Les 2.0 </li></ul><ul><li>M-ICT project </li></ul><ul><li>consortium </li></ul><ul><ul><li>6 heritagearchives </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>27 schools </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>2 consortiumparties </li></ul></ul><ul><li>curriculumcovering lessons </li></ul><ul><li>based on ED*IT resources </li></ul><ul><li>• fee </li></ul><ul><li>Basic Service </li></ul><ul><li>public service </li></ul><ul><li>open resources </li></ul><ul><li>own outlets </li></ul><ul><li>for free </li></ul>
ED*IT: Proposition <ul><li>*One environment provides access to different </li></ul><ul><li>controlled content databases </li></ul><ul><li>*Editorial Staff contextualizes and enriches </li></ul><ul><li>content for educational use </li></ul><ul><li>*Enriched with tools for student and teacher to edit </li></ul><ul><li>content in an easy way </li></ul><ul><li>*For primary-, secondary- and vocational education </li></ul>
ED*IT: Functionalities Video & Content Editor Dossier Maker Cut Videoclips E- Lesson Maker Teacher Forum Upload Files Presentation Maker Edit Photographs Digital Paper Maker Timeline Maker
ED*IT: Unique in Europe <ul><li>ED*IT is the first and only online provider in Europe of online selected and contextualised content based on different kinds of resources combined in one online environment offering build in applications to edit the content in an interactive way for educational purposes </li></ul>
<ul><li>ED*IT: ´ Online Education, the fun and easy way´ </li></ul>
ED*IT: Facts & Figures <ul><li>*Test Accounts: 2500 </li></ul><ul><li>*Licence: 50 schools </li></ul><ul><li>*Licence: 50 educational departments </li></ul><ul><li>*Objective: Same market share as Teleblik is 78 % </li></ul>
ED*IT: Back Home <ul><li>* Letter ‘Try ED*IT’ </li></ul><ul><li>*More information: www.ed-it.nu </li></ul><ul><li>*Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org </li></ul>
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