Very good - ongoing
Good – fairly current
and complete
Mixed – some good,
some incomplete
Very rudimentary and
incomplete
...
Mixed – some good,
some incomplete
Very rudimentary and
incomplete
Which best describes the current status of
metadata and...
When video assets are not preserved, cataloged, and indexed,
they remain hidden and inaccessible on college campuses
and i...
A full range of services to meet your needs
 Comprehensive
 Flexible
 Scalable
 Preserve fragile and obsolete
formats
 Optimize your storage space
 Offer digital files for easy access
Safeguard and ...
 Automated or manual
 Provides rich data for metadata
creation
 Enhances accessibility through
captions
 Leverage ProQuest subject
indexing
 Free up your library resources for
other critical efforts
 Create new avenues for ...
 Control access to your content
 Search interactive transcripts
 Edit metadata, add technical
notes
 Track progress of...
streaming
streaming
 Streaming services as needed
 Control the extent of
dissemination
 Optimize your digital footprint
 Surface...
Safeguard and showcase
your video assets now and
for generations to come.
We have thousands of videotapes that chronicle
several decades of Dartmouth history...
“
The physical media is at end-of-l...
Learn more at
www.proquest.com/go/videodiscovery
Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery
Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery
Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery
Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery
Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery
Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery
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While video content on the Web is growing, these assets remain inaccessible on college campuses and invisible to the wider world.

As a trusted steward of scholarly work, let us help you to protect, preserve, showcase, and disseminate your institution’s intellectual heritage to enhance teaching and research. We offer scalable solutions that address the volume and complexity of institutional media, the diversity of media formats, rights management, and captioning to help meet accessibility requirements.

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Overview: Video Preservation and Discovery

  1. 1. Very good - ongoing Good – fairly current and complete Mixed – some good, some incomplete Very rudimentary and incomplete Which best describes the current status of metadata and cataloging of your on-campus video material? 8.5% 13.2% 33.3% 45.0% ProQuest Academic Library Survey - 2012
  2. 2. Mixed – some good, some incomplete Very rudimentary and incomplete Which best describes the current status of metadata and cataloging of your on-campus video material? 33.3% 45.0% ProQuest Academic Library Survey - 2012
  3. 3. When video assets are not preserved, cataloged, and indexed, they remain hidden and inaccessible on college campuses and invisible to the wider world.
  4. 4. A full range of services to meet your needs  Comprehensive  Flexible  Scalable
  5. 5.  Preserve fragile and obsolete formats  Optimize your storage space  Offer digital files for easy access Safeguard and showcase video and audio assets of events, lectures, research, and more.
  6. 6.  Automated or manual  Provides rich data for metadata creation  Enhances accessibility through captions
  7. 7.  Leverage ProQuest subject indexing  Free up your library resources for other critical efforts  Create new avenues for discovery
  8. 8.  Control access to your content  Search interactive transcripts  Edit metadata, add technical notes  Track progress of your content through the process Administrator View
  9. 9. streaming
  10. 10. streaming  Streaming services as needed  Control the extent of dissemination  Optimize your digital footprint  Surface content for 24x7 access User View
  11. 11. Safeguard and showcase your video assets now and for generations to come.
  12. 12. We have thousands of videotapes that chronicle several decades of Dartmouth history... “ The physical media is at end-of-life and we wanted to address this problem cost-effectively and at scale... We were really pleased to work with ProQuest on this project.” David Seaman Assoc. Librarian for Information Management DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
  13. 13. Learn more at www.proquest.com/go/videodiscovery
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