Taking the "Repose" Out of Repository

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Taking the "Repose" Out of Repository

  1. 1. Taking The “Repose”Out of RepositoryDiscover, Organize, and Experience Multimedia with MDID 3Andreas Knab & Kevin Hegg
  2. 2. A Little History✤ Developed in response to new General Education program✤ Started using MDID at JMU in 1998✤ First public release 2001✤ Work on MDID2 started in 2003✤ MDID2 released under open source license in 2004✤ Began work on MDID 3 in late 2008 in response to demand for other media types
  3. 3. What is MDID Now?✤ MDID 3 is a digital media management system with sophisticated tools for discovering, aggregating, and presenting digital media in a wide variety of learning spaces.✤ MDID 3 serves as a powerful platform for building innovative, web- based multimedia applications.✤ MDID 3 at JMU currently holds close to 50,000 images, almost 14,000 videos and hundreds of audio files✤ 346 people from about 200 institutions subscribe to the MDID user support list
  4. 4. Digital Media Hub WordPress Blackboard ePortfolios WebsitesFurious Flower OVC SNP JMUtube MDID Relay NASA NIX CRASS Flickr MDIDUser Upload Other MDID
  5. 5. Digital Hub✤ Store Once, Deliver Everywhere✤ Flexible cataloging: from “Just In Time” to carefully curated✤ Modular storage, discovery and delivery mechanisms✤ Content management tools
  6. 6. Infrastructure✤ SAN✤ Streaming Media Server✤ Relay Server✤ MDID Server(s)✤ CRASS Recorders
  7. 7. MDID Architecture
  8. 8. MDID Collections✤ JMU Collections ✤ Shared Collections ✤ Art and Art History (40,352) ✤ Art Images for College Teaching (2,918) ✤ Faculty Images (4,804) ✤ Battles and Leaders of the Civil War (106) ✤ Historic Photographs (1,740) ✤ English Architecture (648) ✤ JMU Photography (2,128) ✤ Historic Illustrations of Art & Architecture (297) ✤ JMUtube (11,441) ✤ Historic Posters (162) ✤ Madison Art (1,035) ✤ Tenniel Civil War Cartoons (55) ✤ Online Video Collection (2,673)
  9. 9. Who Uses MDID at JMU✤ Academic Departments: ✤ Libraries and Educational Technologies: ✤ Art and Art History ✤ Media Resources ✤ Biology ✤ Special Collections ✤ Business ✤ Center for Instructional Technology ✤ Chemistry ✤ Institute for Visual Studies ✤ Communication Sciences and Disorders ✤ Photography Services ✤ Communication Studies ✤ Madison Art Collection ✤ Geography ✤ Furious Flower Poetry Center ✤ History ✤ Thomas Jefferson Foundation ✤ Music ✤ Mine Action Information Center ✤ Psychology ✤ And others
  10. 10. Adding Content✤ Individual Upload✤ Batch Upload✤ CRASS✤ Relay✤ flickr✤ NASA NIX✤ Remote MDID
  11. 11. Discovering Content✤ MDID’s discovery tools✤ Library catalog (LEO)✤ EBSCO Discovery Interface (coming soon)✤ Google for publicly accessible content✤ Custom interfaces (for example, The Shenandoah National Park Oral History Collection)
  12. 12. MDID Discovery Interface
  13. 13. Library Catalog Discovery Interface
  14. 14. Library Catalog Discovery Interface
  15. 15. Library Catalog Discovery Interface
  16. 16. Delivering Content WordPress Blackboard ePortfolios WebsitesFurious Flower OVC SNP JMUtube MDID Relay NASA NIX CRASS Flickr MDIDUser Upload ARTstor
  17. 17. Delivering Content WordPress Blackboard ePortfolios WebsitesFurious Flower OVC SNP JMUtube MDID Relay NASA NIX CRASS Flickr MDIDUser Upload ARTstor
  18. 18. WordPress
  19. 19. Blackboard
  20. 20. Using Embed Code
  21. 21. Using Embed Code
  22. 22. MediaViewer
  23. 23. MediaViewer
  24. 24. MediaViewer
  25. 25. Podcasting
  26. 26. Controlling Access to Content
  27. 27. Controlling Access to Content✤ Access controls work with embedded content
  28. 28. A Day in the Life CRASS MDID Students JMUtube Colleagues WordPress SCOM Blog Collection
  29. 29. Why MDID?✤ Customized to meet our needs✤ Easy to add new functionality✤ Easy to integrate with user directories and course enrollment feeds✤ Continue to demonstrate our commitment to the open source movement while leveraging other open source technologies✤ Widespread adoption of MDID across and beyond JMU
  30. 30. Q&A✤ MDID Team: ✤ Further Information ✤ Andreas Knab ✤ http://mdid.org/ ✤ Kevin Hegg ✤ http://support.mdid.org/ ✤ Tina Updike ✤ mdid@jmu.edu ✤ Grover Saunders ✤ Sarah Cheverton

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