Looking for Broadcast Media Resources? BoB's your uncle!

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These slides were used by Sandy Willmott (University of Lincoln) to introduce delegates at the Making the Most of Broadcast Media to the exciting potential of Box of Broadcast. BoB allows staff and students at subscribing universities to record programmes and to easily pick out clips of particular interest for their teaching and/or learning. In this way it becomes possible to produce "viewing lists" that might accompany "reading lists". This could prove useful in contributing to a "flipped classroom" model of teaching.

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Looking for Broadcast Media Resources? BoB's your uncle!

  1. 1. Looking for resources? “BoB’s your uncle!” Sandy Willmott School of Sport & Exercise Science University of Lincoln swillmott@lincoln.ac.uk
  2. 2. Using Broadcast Media • What formats are you using for your broadcast media resources? • What are their strengths and weaknesses?
  3. 3. What is BoB? • Box of Broadcasts • An online, off-air TV and radio archive and recording service from BUFVC
  4. 4. BoB Highlights • > 1 million TV and radio programmes (including all BBC content since 2007) • 30 day buffer for > 60 channels (including 10 foreign channels) • Available to staff and students • Transcript/subtitle searches bobnational.net/about
  5. 5. BoB Highlights (cont…) • Create clips and playlists • Add comments • One-click citations • Share via VLEs and social media • iOS compatible – iPhones, iPads bobnational.net/about
  6. 6. BoB Records
  7. 7. Using BoB A quick tour of: • The Electronic Programme Guide • • • • Searching Recording Making clips Organising and sharing clips & playlists
  8. 8. BoB Home
  9. 9. BoB Record
  10. 10. Frames
  11. 11. Electronic Programme Guide
  12. 12. Searching
  13. 13. Search Results
  14. 14. Filtering Results
  15. 15. Making Clips
  16. 16. Embedding Links
  17. 17. Citations
  18. 18. Who’s Using BoB? bobnational.net/subscribing_institutions
  19. 19. Subscribing to BoB An institution requires: • an ERA+ licence • BUFVC Membership • a BoB subscription
  20. 20. Final Thoughts • Pros? • Cons? More information: • bobnational.net • bob@bufvc.ac.uk

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