CILIP Multimedia Information & Technology Group, Scotland  Thursday 30th April 2009
Iain Wallace Digital Services Development Librarian Spoken Word Services Glasgow Caledonian University www.spokenword.ac.u...
Who am I?
Glasgow Caledonian University
 
Spoken Word Services www.spokenword.ac.uk www.spokenword.ac.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
Why am I here?
To talk to you about what we do at Spoken Word ... and how that might be relevant to you
Coping with constant change
We provide access to rich, authentic digital audio and video resources for Higher Education worldwide
A brief history ...
The Spoken Word project
JISC/NSF Digital Libraries in the Classroom 2003 - 2008
 
‘ Transformation of teaching and learning’
Project partners
Glasgow Caledonian University BBC Information & Archives Northwestern University Michigan State University Michigan State ...
Broad roles, responsibilities & objectives
GCU: enhancing learning, teaching & research ... working out what scholars need
BBC: providing access to content and gaining access to Higher Education
NU & MSU: technology developments
What have we done so far?
Some Traditional Values…Aspirations and Ambitions
Contemporary Realities ... the Socio-Technological World of the Modern Learner
 
‘ Writing on and for the internet’
We developed a user community ... with early dissemination and collaborations
Selectors from many different academic disciplines
Pedagogical pluralism
Technologies
The world is constantly changing
‘ Separation of concerns’ model
 
Repositories, middleware and front end tools
How modular are your own library systems?
The wider context of Scholarly Communication
 
New publishing frameworks
Federated, interoperable repositories
We use Fedora
 
Open standards
Open access -- open data -- open scholarship
 
 
Middle and front end workflow tools
Scholar’s workbench
What does this mean for Scholarly Communication using multimedia?
Challenges ...
Rights
 
GCU and the BBC developed ...
A legal Deposit Agreement
An informal Memorandum of Understanding
GCU developed  a legal End-User Agreement based on this Deposit Agreement
How do we reduce risks?
Content selection policy
Radical 3rd party rights clearance
Takedown policy
Who are our users? How can we protect valuable resources?
Identity ... Shibboleth
Federated trust enables audience segmentation
So we understand better who our users are, but ...
What do they want to do with our content?
We can’t know ...
... but it doesn’t matter so long as we understand the web
The web has changed a lot since 2003 ...
... and it will keep changing rapidly
 
it is increasingly participatory
it is increasingly about user-generated content
it is increasingly open
it is increasingly social
 
 
 
 
 
 
Social web of linked data
your content will be re-used in ways you didn’t anticipate
so make sure people can easily take your content, your API and URLs and use them to build something different
 
 
 
 
 
try and understand the importance of ‘social’ activity around content
LMS and repositories have said little about the social use that grows around content ...
... but that is changing
Blogging, podcasting, social networking ...
... and changes in OPACs
Some questions
What happens to digital content created in your own institution?
Does your repository accept all types of content?
Can you find everything via the Library?
How do you use the 'social web’ and why?
 
www.slideshare.net /iainjwallace
 
Thank you
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  1. 1. CILIP Multimedia Information & Technology Group, Scotland Thursday 30th April 2009
  2. 2. Iain Wallace Digital Services Development Librarian Spoken Word Services Glasgow Caledonian University www.spokenword.ac.uk www.spokenword.ac.uk www.spokenword.ac.uk
  3. 3. Who am I?
  4. 4. Glasgow Caledonian University
  5. 6. Spoken Word Services www.spokenword.ac.uk www.spokenword.ac.uk
  6. 13. Why am I here?
  7. 14. To talk to you about what we do at Spoken Word ... and how that might be relevant to you
  8. 15. Coping with constant change
  9. 16. We provide access to rich, authentic digital audio and video resources for Higher Education worldwide
  10. 17. A brief history ...
  11. 18. The Spoken Word project
  12. 19. JISC/NSF Digital Libraries in the Classroom 2003 - 2008
  13. 21. ‘ Transformation of teaching and learning’
  14. 22. Project partners
  15. 23. Glasgow Caledonian University BBC Information & Archives Northwestern University Michigan State University Michigan State University
  16. 24. Broad roles, responsibilities & objectives
  17. 25. GCU: enhancing learning, teaching & research ... working out what scholars need
  18. 26. BBC: providing access to content and gaining access to Higher Education
  19. 27. NU & MSU: technology developments
  20. 28. What have we done so far?
  21. 29. Some Traditional Values…Aspirations and Ambitions
  22. 30. Contemporary Realities ... the Socio-Technological World of the Modern Learner
  23. 32. ‘ Writing on and for the internet’
  24. 33. We developed a user community ... with early dissemination and collaborations
  25. 34. Selectors from many different academic disciplines
  26. 35. Pedagogical pluralism
  27. 36. Technologies
  28. 37. The world is constantly changing
  29. 38. ‘ Separation of concerns’ model
  30. 40. Repositories, middleware and front end tools
  31. 41. How modular are your own library systems?
  32. 42. The wider context of Scholarly Communication
  33. 44. New publishing frameworks
  34. 45. Federated, interoperable repositories
  35. 46. We use Fedora
  36. 48. Open standards
  37. 49. Open access -- open data -- open scholarship
  38. 52. Middle and front end workflow tools
  39. 53. Scholar’s workbench
  40. 54. What does this mean for Scholarly Communication using multimedia?
  41. 55. Challenges ...
  42. 56. Rights
  43. 58. GCU and the BBC developed ...
  44. 59. A legal Deposit Agreement
  45. 60. An informal Memorandum of Understanding
  46. 61. GCU developed a legal End-User Agreement based on this Deposit Agreement
  47. 62. How do we reduce risks?
  48. 63. Content selection policy
  49. 64. Radical 3rd party rights clearance
  50. 65. Takedown policy
  51. 66. Who are our users? How can we protect valuable resources?
  52. 67. Identity ... Shibboleth
  53. 68. Federated trust enables audience segmentation
  54. 69. So we understand better who our users are, but ...
  55. 70. What do they want to do with our content?
  56. 71. We can’t know ...
  57. 72. ... but it doesn’t matter so long as we understand the web
  58. 73. The web has changed a lot since 2003 ...
  59. 74. ... and it will keep changing rapidly
  60. 76. it is increasingly participatory
  61. 77. it is increasingly about user-generated content
  62. 78. it is increasingly open
  63. 79. it is increasingly social
  64. 86. Social web of linked data
  65. 87. your content will be re-used in ways you didn’t anticipate
  66. 88. so make sure people can easily take your content, your API and URLs and use them to build something different
  67. 94. try and understand the importance of ‘social’ activity around content
  68. 95. LMS and repositories have said little about the social use that grows around content ...
  69. 96. ... but that is changing
  70. 97. Blogging, podcasting, social networking ...
  71. 98. ... and changes in OPACs
  72. 99. Some questions
  73. 100. What happens to digital content created in your own institution?
  74. 101. Does your repository accept all types of content?
  75. 102. Can you find everything via the Library?
  76. 103. How do you use the 'social web’ and why?
  77. 105. www.slideshare.net /iainjwallace
  78. 107. Thank you

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