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University of South Florida - Leadership Symposium on Digital Media in Health Care - November 21-23, 2008

University of South Florida - Leadership Symposium on Digital Media in Health Care - November 21-23, 2008

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    Leadership Symposium on Digital Media in Healthcare Leadership Symposium on Digital Media in Healthcare Presentation Transcript

    • Trends in Classroom Video Capture and Distribution ANDY WASKLEWICZ TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECT STANFORD SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
    • Audience Questions• How many of you currently capture classes?• Would you consider your system an enterprise architecture?• How many have a full set of policies to guide you?
    • Overview• Context• Trends• Research & prototyping• Open source initiatives• Unanswered questions
    • Stanford School of Medicine
    • Technology Architect• “...freedom to think outside the box...”• Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge• Study current systems/process, design future• Liaison• Innovations in Medical Education
    • Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge (LKSC) Opening Spring 2010 http://lksc.stanford.edu
    • Building Organization Student Center Study Spaces Administration Dean’s Offices Seminar Classrooms Conference Center Studio Classroom Lecture Rooms & Cafe Virtual Reality Suite Virtual Hospital
    • Basic Facts• Medical School Students: 500• Students in 5+ years Graduate Students: 820• Postdoctoral Scholars & Clinical Fellows: 1418• Undergraduate & graduate students outside the SoM served by the school: 628• Research faculty has doubled in 11 years (from 239 in FY92 to 452 in FY03)• Faculty: Practicing clinicians and researchers
    • School of Medicine Spaces• 7,000 events 2006-07• Large auditorium *• Lecture Halls *• Computer Labs• Small Group spaces• Clinical Skills Center *• Wet Labs
    • History of Classroom Capture• 1970’s - Capture on 3/4 inch tape by video services unit - available for checkout in LRC.• 1980’s - Capture run by LRC on VHS available for checkout• 1998 - Streaming video via Real• 2007 - Real downloadable• 2008 - H.264 downloadable
    • Current Capture Overview• 3000 hours per year• Downloadable - Courses - Grand Rounds - Special Events
    • Hospital Instruction
    • Surgical Procedure
    • Classroom Capture
    • Research Projects
    • Curriculum• Move to fewer lectures• More small group and team-based learning• More integrated approach - move away from discipline based courses• We still capture a lot
    • Student Involvement• Technically savvy• Video distribution• LKSC• Future plans
    • General• Growth of downloadable video, less streaming• Single event, office capture• Open content• Multiple distribution channels
    • Distribution Channels• Home grown solutions• iTunesU• Youtube• Custom applications• Learning Management Systems
    • Capture Hardware• Students can/will capture lecture themselves• Consumer hardware• Smaller, cheaper, faster, portable
    • Storage• Cheaper, faster, bigger• Expectations of higher quality• Expectations of multi-format• Repurpose content
    • Integration• Classroom scheduling• Learning Management Systems• Chalkboard 2.0
    • Non-Enterprise Solutions• Scheduling• Encode at point of capture• Difficult to scale• Proprietary formats• Lack of long term storage or archive solution
    • Shift to “Enterprise” Solution• Supports non-proprietary and proprietary formats• Multi distribution channels• Support mobile learning• Capture everything
    • Policies• Content access & appropriate use• Open content• Copyright of captured lecture• Permissions and releases
    • Research & Prototyping
    • Prototype System• Requirements - Speed - Scalability - Automation - Flexibility• Apple - Podcast Producer & Telestream - Episode Engine
    • Podcast Producer/Episode Engine Primary Master Primary MasterCamera on Tripod Xgrid & Episode Engine Clusters Publish Shared Storage iTunesU WebServer YouTube
    • Podcast Producer Metadata Primary Master Primary Master Fiber/SDI PipelinePTZ Camera Ceiling Xgrid Processing Shared Storage Publish iTunesU WebServer YouTube
    • Open Source Initiatives• UC Berkeley, OpenCast • http://opencastproject.org• ETH Zurich, Replay • February 2009 Launch
    • Capture ApplianceMATTERHORN Capture Management & Recording HarvesterArchitectural draft Client Monitoring Manual Upload AgentsVersion 1.0 ? Approval FrontendUser Facing Core Capture System LegendApplications Inbox Integration Scheduling Core Service Ingestor Frontend Workflow and Infrastructure Producer Workflow Enterprise Content Scheduling API Extendable Logging Core Service Frontend Management Services (CIS) Repository Consumer Media Processing Media Analyzing Published Core APIs Database Frontend Editing & Encoding Captioning Indexation Query API Branding Operator Frontend Feedback API App Media Search User Usage Management API Repository Index Content Statistics ApplicationUtilities Enterprise API API Publishing API Statistics Harvester Outbox Core API Logging API ?
    • More Questions than Answers
    • Metadata• Define• Refine• Integrate• Short-term storage• Archives
    • Archiving• How long?• Who decides?• Short term• Deep storage• Retrieval
    • Open Content• Schools of Medicine• Publicly available• “Limited to only students enrolled”
    • Lessons Learned• Video is everywhere• Adaptable systems• Viable open source community
    • Questions?
    • OpenCast Contacts• Andy Wasklewicz Stanford School of Medicine andypw@stanford.edu• Tobias Wunden • Benjamin Hubbard ETH Zurich UC Berkeley tobias.wunden@id.ethz.ch ben@media.berkeley.edu