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BUFVC Services moving image and sound, knowledge and access

BUFVC Services moving image and sound, knowledge and access
Markeda Cole
British Universities Film & Video Council



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  • . 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 FE News on screen, EU Screen, Find DVD, Shakespeare, Chronicle- the list is almost endless.
  • Probably one of the more familiar services is the TV and Radio services- TRILT, the BUFVC Off Air Back Up Service, and of course BoB National
  • Available to all users even non BUFVC members - extra access for members (TRILT two weeks) Also each record will point to a recording held in BoB (for those who subscribe to Bob)
  • So, From a date to be confirmed in October 2013, subscribing institutions can expect:access to more than 500,000 new BBC TV and radio programmes, dating from 2007, from the BBC archivean additional 13 foreign language channelsan extended recording buffer – giving you more channels, available for longerthe ability to search across future and recorded programmes simultaneously
  • Apple iOS compatibilityinteractive transcripts and dynamic subtitle searchesthe ability to easily create clips and clip compilations, and share programmes and playlists via social mediathe option to make YouTube-style comments on programmesa quick link to the new BUFVC AV Citation Guidelines, allowing you the opportunity to reference programmes within your work easily.

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  • BUFVC Servicesmoving image and sound, knowledge and accessMarkeda ColeBritish Universities Film & Video Councilmarkeda@bufvc.ac.uk020 7393 1514
  • The mantraThe British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) promotesthe production, study and use of moving image, sound andrelated media within post-compulsory education and research.Supporting learning, teaching and researchwith moving image and sound.
  • BUFVC - who we are• Founded in 1948 – over 60 years of accumulatedknowledge• Established by academic staff to exchange knowledge andinformation• Represents and serves the interests of 274 subscribingmembers, 187 of which are HE/FE sector establishments• Limited company with charity status• Democratically elected trustees from 12 member institutions
  • BUFVC - what we do• BUFVC Information ServiceEnquiries, Publications, Databases (AV titles, websites, film collections,books)• TV & RadioTelevision & Radio Index, Off-Air Recording Back-Up Service, BoB National• News on ScreenLargest newsreels/newsfilm database, supporting documents, NewsfilmOnline• ResearchShakespeare, newsreels, cinemagazines, David Lean, EU Screen XL etc.• Training and EventsCourses, conferences, screenings, workshops
  • Some highlights• Selected, negotiated rights, encoded and catalogued a significant share ofmoving image & sound content delivered by JISC/EDINA.• Released 3,000 hours LBC archive and 2 other radio collections(bufvc.ac.uk)• Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching (TRILT)- 1.35 million records added each year- more than 16 million so far carried with >70,000 records enhanced byBUFVC staff• Records and retains more than 50,000 hours of television and 14,000 hoursof radio per year. A decade of UK television now stored. Service started in1988.• Viewfinder quarterly magazine and occasional books.
  • Off-Air Recording• Working with rights-holders and the EducationRecording Agency for 20+ years• Enabling access under licence and exception onbehalf of educational establishments• Making it easy to find broadcast information andprogrammes• Have recorded and kept 10 channels for 15 years(moderated service for access to DVD copies)
  • Federated Search
  • Federated Search• With one click users can now query nine BUFVCdatabases relating to film, television and radiocontent dating back to 1896:• TRILT• TVTip• LBC Radio Archive• Find DVD• Shakespeare
  • Federated Search• Culmination of TRENT project• Collaberation with Royal Holloway and ARHC• Open source• Human friendly results filtering• Intelligently generated ‘related records andsearches’• Detailed user history and export function
  • BoB NationalTV and radio streaming for educationMarkeda ColeBritish Universities Film & Video Councilmarkeda@bufvc.ac.uk020 7393 1514
  • Online off-air recordingshared service for all staff & studentsRecord television & radioArchive indefinitely*7 days ahead or behindservices managed centrally - no equipment purchaseSharecreate clips, share playlists & programmes
  • What is BoB?• Record programmes from over 50 television andradio channels from freeview• Book recordings 7 days in advance• 7 days catch-up• Create playlists and clips• Share programmes, clips and playlists with yourcolleagues
  • • Over 50 subscribing institutions since launch in 2007• Over 120000 programmes• 19000 user created clips• 17000 user created playlists• 136000 user accounts
  • Enhanced teaching“ It has more than enhanced this service as it offers the teachers theflexibility and ownership over what clips and programmes they wantto include in their teaching sessions. They no longer have to crosscampus to try their luck in the LRC to see if their favourite DVD is instock and using Bob to put clips into their presentations hasbecome a natural part of their teaching preparation.”Emma Stevens, Library ManagerHartpury College
  • BoB National 3.0• access to more than 500,000 new BBC TV andradio programmes, direct from the BBC archive• Addition 13 Foreign language channelsavailable• Extended buffer/ more permanent channels• Search across future and recorded programmes
  • BoB National 3.0• Apple iOS compatibility• Interactive transcripts and dynamic subtitlesearches• Quick link to BUFVC AV Citation Guidelines• Create clips and clip compilations, and shareprogrammes and playlists via social media