VRA 2012, Engaging New Technologies, Video

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Presented by Carolyn Caizzi at the Annual Conference of the Visual Resources Association, April 18th - April 21st, 2012, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Session: Engaging New Technologies
While the seemingly exponential array of new technologies offers the potential to enhance the services we provide, simply keeping up with what is available (or on the horizon) is a daunting process. This fast-paced session will demonstrate a rich variety of new technologies, emphasizing concrete examples that show engagement in professional contexts. Utilizing the expertise of energetic, tech-savvy presenters, this session will introduce new tools as well as creative uses of more established technologies, demystifying them to empower session attendees to further investigate on their own. Emphasis will be given to technologies that can be readily utilized in teaching, learning, and research environments.

CO-ORGANIZERS:
Betha Whitlow, Washington University in St. Louis
Meghan Musolff, University of Michigan

MODERATOR: Betha Whitlow, Washington University in St. Louis

PRESENTERS

1: Carolyn Caizzi, Yale University
2: Meghan Musolff, University of Michigan
3: John Trendler, Scripps College
4: Betha Whitlow, Washington University in Saint Louis

For more links: http://www.diigo.com/user/Engagingtech

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VRA 2012, Engaging New Technologies, Video

  1. 1. Video Introduction Additional links to resources:http://www.diigo.com/user/engagingtech Carolyn Caizzi Yale University
  2. 2. Allard, Karel. “Map of the World,” 1710.
  3. 3. Oxford English Dictionary• That which is displayed or to be displayed on a television screen or other cathode-ray tube; the signal corresponding to this. 1937• Television as a broadcasting medium. 1941• A video recorder; also, a computer screen. 1958• A video recording; videotape as a recording medium. 1968• The production or use of video recordings. 1970
  4. 4. Reformatted FilmReformatted Analog Video
  5. 5. Born Digital Video
  6. 6. Managing A/V Assets http://www.flickr.com/photos/helico/404640681/
  7. 7. “Iconismus XXXIV. Folio 912.” 1646. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
  8. 8. VideoManagementAndDelivery
  9. 9. Some Challenges http://www.flickr.com/photos/soldiersmediacenter/6999691421/
  10. 10. Two Examples Among Many• Open Video Digital Library Toolkit -Available Now• Variations on Video -Expected Completion 2014
  11. 11. OVDLT
  12. 12. Variations on Video
  13. 13. NARA: Digitization Services• reVTMD• AVI MetaEdit• MediaInfo
  14. 14. VideoIn the Classroom:Designing Assignments
  15. 15. Break Down Assignment• Timeline with due dates for each part -Abstract/Plot Summary -Story Board -Written Script -Raw Footage -Add’l Media Collection -Rough Cut -Final Edit -Screening and Final Project Due
  16. 16. Create a Rubric
  17. 17. Peer Review/Public Showing
  18. 18. Know the Numbers
  19. 19. The End

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