The Charity Objects
The advancement of education by promoting the
production, study [with] and use of moving
image, sound ...
BUFVC – who we are
• Founded in 1948 65 years of accumulated
knowledge
• Established by academic staff
• Main funders are ...
BUFVC – what we do
• Access – core services allow HEIs to access moving image
and sound through a range of databases, onli...
Access 
Research

Expertise



Advocacy



Our resources include:
• News on Screen
• TRILT – Broadcast listings • Shake...
What is BoB National?
•

Record programmes from over 50 television and radio
channels from freeview

•

Book recordings 7 ...
What is BoB National?
•

Over 50 subscribing institutions since launch in
2007

•

Over 120000 programmes

•

19000 user c...
Enhancing teaching
“ It has more than enhanced this service as it offers the
teachers the flexibility and ownership over w...
Embedding from BoB National
Click on the programme or clip that you want to embed
Embedding from BoB National
In the lefthand column there is an embed code
Embedding from BoB National
The link is automatically highlighted when you click in the box

Copy the code using CTRL C in...
Embedding from BoB National
Open your external resource and find the position you would
like to embed the media.
For Moodl...
Embedding from BoB National
Paste the copied code (CTRL V windows Apple V macs)

Update and save changes to display the pr...
Embedding from BoB National
Embedding from BoB National
Embedding from BoB National
• BoB National content needs authentication, unlike in house
systems
• Embed code for programm...
BoB National 3.0
•

access to more than 500,000 new BBC TV and
radio programmes, direct from the BBC archive

•

Addition ...
BoB National 3.0
•

Apple iOS compatibility

•

Interactive transcripts and dynamic subtitle
searches

•

Quick link to BU...
BoB National 3.0
Questions?
Markeda Cole, Off Air Recordings Officer
markeda@bufvc.ac.uk
020 7393 1514
Join us on Twitter @bufvc_bobnationa...
Jisc RSC Eastern Learning Resources Managers forum June 2013 'BoB National Presentation Markeda Cole BUFVC'
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  • For those of you who are unfamiliar with the BUFVC, I’ll start by telling you a bit about what we do. A membership organisation and charity, the British Universities Film and Video Council essentially serves as a bridge connecting you with the content you need. WE promote the study and use of moving image, sound and related media within post compulsory education and research.We often add the the “with’ to the mission statement as all academic subjects can be enhanced with the use of these mediums, not just your typical media related subjects.
  • Originally founded in 1948, the council was established by academic staff to exchange knowledge and information. Now, over 65 years on, the BUFVC has evolved to represent and serve the interests of 274 subscribing members, 187 of which are HE/FE sector establishments; through a variety of projects, events, databases and advice. HighlightsOff-air recordingBoB National - off-air recording is online and is user-managed
  • We have the information service, where we’re really proud to say there’s over 30 years of experience in our team. Our knowledgeable staff can provide practical guidance on many aspects of using moving image and sound in teaching or research and will over the best practical guidance on copyright issues. If we don’t have exactly what you need ourselves- a member of staff will be more than happy to help enquirers in the right direction. Sometimes the direction is no further than one of our many databases. We have TRILT, which provides comprehensive (since 2001) TV and Radio listings in the UK. We also have specialist TV listings in other databases… Tvtip- a searchable database of the London edition of TV times so all things ITV from September 1955-March 1985 and Channel 4 from 1982-1985This week- Production history in it’s entirity of This Week- ITV’s first current affairs series Jan 1956- Dec 1992Channel 4 press packs- 1982-2002 will be available from Autumn 2013We also have specialist Radio Archive LBC/IRN, ILR South, ILR Sharing- Combined they give access to over 400000 audio files- to HE and FESince BoB National was launched in 2007, it has gained a lot of ground. There are now over 50 subscribing institutions, 120000 programmes, 19000 clips. 17000 playlists. Over 3000 programmes are recorded every month by an average audience of around 32K News on screen, EU Screen, Find DVD, Shakespeare, Chronicle- the list is almost endless. Arts and humanities research council funded the project RH and BUFVC did the work. The code was made open source, meaning the educational community at large can benefit by creating their own “super databases”human friendly result filters, intelligently generated related records and searches, and detailed user history and export function.
  • Jisc RSC Eastern Learning Resources Managers forum June 2013 'BoB National Presentation Markeda Cole BUFVC'

    1. 1. The Charity Objects The advancement of education by promoting the production, study [with] and use of moving image, sound and related media within post-compulsory education and research
    2. 2. BUFVC – who we are • Founded in 1948 65 years of accumulated knowledge • Established by academic staff • Main funders are Jisc • Represents and serves the interests of 274 members – 83% of HEIs in UK are members (2011-12) – 93% of UK HE students have access to BUFVC resources – All staff and students have access to our resources – Use Athens / Shibboleth account access
    3. 3. BUFVC – what we do • Access – core services allow HEIs to access moving image and sound through a range of databases, online & offline services. • Expertise – sharing information and advice through specialist knowledge – practice, sources, copyright; courses, events, etc. • Advocacy – encouraging high quality use of and access to moving image and sound in education. HE/FE, industry, national bodies, legislators, HEFCE/Jisc, etc. • Research – partnering with academia and industry to create high quality research outputs that can be re-used
    4. 4. Access  Research Expertise  Advocacy  Our resources include: • News on Screen • TRILT – Broadcast listings • Shakespeare • Moving Image Gateway • Find DVDs • Specialist listings • BoB National (Box of Broadcasts) • Chronicle - BBC Northern Ireland’s TV news from the 60s & 70s • Off-Air Back-Up Recording Service Many accessible via the BUFVC federated search function
    5. 5. What is BoB National? • Record programmes from over 50 television and radio channels from freeview • Book recordings 7 days in advance • 7 days catch-up • Create playlists and clips • Share programmes, clips and playlists with your colleagues
    6. 6. What is BoB National? • Over 50 subscribing institutions since launch in 2007 • Over 120000 programmes • 19000 user created clips • 17000 user created playlists • 136000 user accounts
    7. 7. Enhancing teaching “ It has more than enhanced this service as it offers the teachers the flexibility and ownership over what clips and programmes they want to include in their teaching sessions. They no longer have to cross campus to try their luck in the LRC to see if their favourite DVD is in stock and using Bob to put clips into their presentations has become a natural part of their teaching preparation.” Emma Stevens, Library Manager Hartpury College
    8. 8. Embedding from BoB National Click on the programme or clip that you want to embed
    9. 9. Embedding from BoB National In the lefthand column there is an embed code
    10. 10. Embedding from BoB National The link is automatically highlighted when you click in the box Copy the code using CTRL C in Windows or Apple C on Macs or right click your mouse and chose copy in the dropdown list
    11. 11. Embedding from BoB National Open your external resource and find the position you would like to embed the media. For Moodle- you will need to have editing turned on and then click on HTML editor in desired position Choose HTML icon
    12. 12. Embedding from BoB National Paste the copied code (CTRL V windows Apple V macs) Update and save changes to display the programme on the page.
    13. 13. Embedding from BoB National
    14. 14. Embedding from BoB National
    15. 15. Embedding from BoB National • BoB National content needs authentication, unlike in house systems • Embed code for programmes and clips with the flash player wrapped in an iframe. • Security features of microsoft software, various versions of Internet Exploror, varying compatibility regarding 3rd Party Cookies • Flow of information from BoB National to VLE can be disrupted • Users prefer/expect instant access i.e. youtube
    16. 16. BoB National 3.0 • access to more than 500,000 new BBC TV and radio programmes, direct from the BBC archive • Addition 13 Foreign language channels available • Extended buffer/ more permanent channels • Search across future and recorded programmes
    17. 17. BoB National 3.0 • Apple iOS compatibility • Interactive transcripts and dynamic subtitle searches • Quick link to BUFVC AV Citation Guidelines • Create clips and clip compilations, and share programmes and playlists via social media
    18. 18. BoB National 3.0
    19. 19. Questions? Markeda Cole, Off Air Recordings Officer markeda@bufvc.ac.uk 020 7393 1514 Join us on Twitter @bufvc_bobnational Contact our help desk: bob@bufvc.ac.uk or 020 393 1500

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