Fostering Open Culture In Higher Education

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Fostering Open Culture In Higher Education

  1. 1. Fostering Open Culture In Higher Education THE STORY OF PAT THE FILM & HIS QUEST TO BE OPENAndy Wasklewicz Jenn Stringer Pat the VideoTECHNOLOGY ARCHITECT DIRECTOR EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AS HIMSELF
  2. 2. Setting the StageSTANFORD SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CONTEXT
  3. 3. Overview‣ Medical School Students: 400‣ Students in 5+ years Graduate Students: 820‣ Postdoctoral Scholars & Clinical Fellows: 1418‣Undergraduate & graduate students outside the SoM served by theschool: 628‣ Faculty: Practicing clinicians and researchers
  4. 4. Culture of Capture-1980’s - Capture on VHS - available for checkout-1998 - Streaming REAL media-2007 - REAL downloadable-2008 - H.264/.MP4 downloadable
  5. 5. at butIforII’llnow andOPENthat I will leastwithnever onlyseen a film today I’ll I’m locked away know Ito bestill film at in hope be a just am But rightmeno just lookedsomeday and yes m other way again a I’ I’m beprayfilm proprietary format a
  6. 6. No Policies
  7. 7. No Archiving
  8. 8. No Distribution
  9. 9. NO PLAN
  10. 10. Copyright Stanford School of Medicine 1997
  11. 11. I don’t want my lectures on THE INTERNET! What about copyright and fair use?You mean they will exist forever? What if a student steals it?What about my intellectual property? What if a student shares it with a friend?
  12. 12. 1997 You mean they will exist forever? 1998 What about copyright and fair use? 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 =What if a student shares it with a friend? What if a student steals it?
  13. 13. No Policies
  14. 14. No Archiving
  15. 15. No Distribution
  16. 16. NO PLAN
  17. 17. No Policies
  18. 18. No Archiving
  19. 19. No Distribution
  20. 20. NO PLAN
  21. 21. Open Source Lice nsing O pen ont ent Ope pe nC n Co O urse ware Open MediaOpen Formats Open Open Standa Every rds thing
  22. 22. The PlanPOLICY AND CONVERSATION
  23. 23. Education and Discussion‣ Listen to faculty concerns‣ Engage in OPEN dialogue‣ Partner with University Council
  24. 24. Releases and Rights‣ University media release‣ Stanford School of Medicine release‣ Creative Commons Licensing
  25. 25. Student Responsibility‣ Cover all course materials (electronic and hard copy)‣ Provide students with more flexibility to access course materials‣ Clarify policy on student sharing of course materials‣ Address faculty concerns regarding redistribution of content
  26. 26. Content Access & Appropriate UseStanford University School of Medicine course materials are intendedfor curriculum and course related purposes and are copyrighted bythe University. Appropriate access to this content is given for personalacademic study and review purposes only. Unless otherwise stated inwriting, this content may not be shared, distributed, modified,transmitted, reused, sold, or otherwise disseminated.
  27. 27. Content Access & Appropriate UseThese materials may also be protected by additional copyright; anyfurther use of this material may be in violation of federal copyright law.Violators of this policy will be referred to the Committee onProfessionalism, Performance and Promotion for disciplinarypurposes.
  28. 28. Archiving Policy‣ How long to keep?‣ Who decides?‣ Retrieval
  29. 29. The PlanMEDIAFLOW LECTURE CAPTURE SYSTEM
  30. 30. MediaFlow
  31. 31. MediaFlow Hardware‣ 500+ AV/IT components‣ 8 miles of AV fiber cabling‣ 220GHZ of processing power
  32. 32. AV Fiber Custom/Podcast ProducerCamera Encoders Primary Master External Fiber Custom/Xgrid Fiber Channel Publish Shared Storage Sakai iTunesU RSS/ATOM YouTube Internal
  33. 33. MediaFlow Software Preflight Archive Original Text2Speech Add Watermark Generate Bumpers Merge Movies Merge Movies with without transitions Transitions Encode for iPod Encode for High Encode for iPod Audio Quality Video Video Add Chapters Generate Chapters OCR Chapters
  34. 34. MediaFlow Open‣ Systems design‣ Open formats‣ Plan to open source
  35. 35. Sing Along with Pat
  36. 36. at butIforII’llnow andOPENthat I will leastwithnever onlyseen a film today I’ll I’m locked away know Ito bestill film at in hope be a just am But rightmeno just lookedsomeday and yes m other way again a I’ I’m beprayfilm proprietary format a

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