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Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009
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Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009

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30min presentation delivered to 25 ish people at the JISC Digital Content conference http://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/2009/06/digitalcontent.aspx …

30min presentation delivered to 25 ish people at the JISC Digital Content conference http://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/2009/06/digitalcontent.aspx

Most useful section was asking audience what they want from us ! which included: Sharing groups of resources eg what are 5 tools for sharing images etc.

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  • Zak Discuss the website, what it has and key features: Tags, search, related entries, RSS, Blog
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    • 1. ZAK MENSAH PRESENTS JISC Content Conference 30th June –1st July 2009
    • 2. Who Zak Mensah e-Learning Officer Pedagogy Digital media usage Web design Delivery of digital media for teaching and learning twitter.com/zakmensah Slideshare.net/zakm
    • 3. Still images
    • 4. Moving Images
    • 5. Audio resources
    • 6. JISC Digital Media formerly TASI, exists to help the UK’s FE and HE communities  Helpdesk  Technical advice papers  Training  Mailing list  Blog  Consultancy
    • 7. Lifecycle approach Project areas that we support Managing Digitising Creating Finding &(amp;) Using
    • 8. Helpdesk Email Webcasting from September
    • 9. Advice documents Current Future Mobile Web services
    • 10. Using SlideShare to Share Presentations ‘This article provides an overview of a web service for uploading, embedding and sharing presentations called SlideShare’.
    • 11. Website
    • 12. Cross media
    • 13. Slideshare
    • 14. Mobile too
    • 15. Tutorial
    • 16. Case study Barony College's Learning Materials Development Unit produced a variety of visually rich learning and training materials with guidance from JISC Digital Media. http://jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/services/about/casestudies/jiscdigitalmedia.aspx
    • 17. Additional support Video assist specific project support for 6 projects (2 per term) which involve the creation of new moving image resources over the academic year 2009-10.
    • 18. You say ‘What is a suitable general format for encoding video for multiple unknown uses and to work for at least five years?’
    • 19. We say • MPEG 4 BUT • Detail, detail, detail
    • 20. Improving our service
    • 21. Inspire
    • 22. Any Questions? Zak Mensah info@ Jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk 0117 331 4447 Oh and we have a stand at this event, come and find out even more

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