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Jisc MediaHub webinar

  1. 1. Rick Loup – Multimedia Development Andrew Bevan – User Support Vivienne Carr – User Support
  2. 2. What is Jisc MediaHub? • • • • • • Service for UK FE and HE Released in 2011 Jisc-licensed multimedia content, copyrightcleared for educational use Archival collections, rarely available on open web Plus search results for external multimedia collections Part of Jisc eCollections subscription service
  3. 3. Jisc MediaHub • Jisc eCollections content • Feedback • Service:  Search and explore  Bookmarks  Uploads • Questions
  4. 4. Jisc eCollections content • Identified with triangle • 40+ collections • Records: • 76000 + video • 57000 + images • 250 + audio • All copyright-cleared for use in education http://mediahub.blogs.edi
  5. 5. TV news • ITV News 1955-2007. Daily news programmes plus special broadcasts. 34,000+ records. • Channel 4 News 19822007. Lunchtime, evening and special news. 6,500+ records. • Channel 5 News 19972004. • AP Archive.
  6. 6. Cinema news • Gaumont Graphic, 1910-1934. Silent, sound from late 1920s. 8,087 records. • Gaumont British News, 1934-1959. Bi-weekly newsreel. 2,476 records. • British Paramount News, 1931-1957. 77 records.
  7. 7. War and propaganda • Imperial War Museum film. WWI, WWII, Cold War, post-war reconstruction, Civil Defence, 1990s Balkan conflict. 50 hours. • Imperial War Museum images. 3 collections: Art of First World War, Art of Second World War and a collection of proclamations. 4,000 + records.
  8. 8. War and propaganda Educational and Television Films Ltd •100 hours of film from political left including USSR, China, Eastern Europe, Chile and Cuba. Legacy of Stanley Forman. •Documentary footage of 1917 Russian Revolution, Spanish Civil War, Nazi Germany, Vietnam War, Tibet and Beirut.
  9. 9. Documentary film • Royal Mail Film Classics documentary, public information, animation and industrial film, mainly 1930s and 1940s. 16 hours. • Amber Films - independent documentaries from NorthEast, 1968-1980s. 39 records. • Films of Scotland documentaries on all aspects of Scotland. 1938-1982. 50 hours.
  10. 10. Science & Engineering • • - aimed at engineering, highly regarded. Presentations and expert interviews from 2002-2012. 3,028 records. Biochemical Society – charts development of biochemistry in late 20th C. 36 records.
  11. 11. Medicine • Wellcome Library – 500+ records from 1912 to 2000s. Evolution of medicine and health care. • St George’s – 19 films on aspects of medical practice from leading UK medical school. • Sheffield University – 47 hours on range of subjects, including medicine and biomedical science.
  12. 12. Classical Music Culverhouse Classical Music •50 hours of classical music and associated scores. Core repertoire plus rarer pieces from 17th to 20th centuries. •Editing of media files permitted.
  13. 13. Art Fitzwilliam Museum •1,000 images from the diverse collections of The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. •Includes major artists such as Canaletto, Turner, George Stubbs and John Constable. Copyright: The Fitzwilliam Museum, The Last of England, Ford Madox Brown, 1860.
  14. 14. Design/architecture • GovEd - 15,000 images by Francesco Troina, mainly covering architecture, design, engineering, media and travel and tourism. • Design Archives – material from 19451985 from University of Brighton. Posters, product design images, retail images.
  15. 15. Contemporary images and video • Getty moving images – 8,000 records covering cultural, social and political issues. 1920s -2000s (mostly 2000s). • Getty still images Nearly 12,000 images of political, cultural, and social history, covering the major events of recent world history. • PYMCA – images of contemporary UK youth culture. 1960s-2000s. Copyright: Getty Images, Focus On Jerusalem As Jewish New Year And Ramadan Coincide, 2007. See more at:
  16. 16. Social history North Highland College •The Johnston Collection is a historic photographic collection of national and European significance. •1840-1979. •Caithness and Sutherland areas. •10,000+ images.
  17. 17. Poll • Does the Jisc MediaHub service content look useful for your institution? A. B. C. D. Yes No Not sure Would like to explore before responding!
  18. 18. Feedback opportunities • Feedback survey in service: • Jisc Collections workshop:  Focussed ‘workshop’ - 18th March in London, 10:30 – 15:30  Options for future direction of content  Outcome – reshaped Jisc MediaHub to better reflect community needs 
  19. 19. Search • Search at top right of each screen. More than one word? Get results containing any of those words. • Enclose phrase in double quotation marks • Add +plus sign immediately before words to ensure they appear in results. • Add -minus sign immediately before words to exclude from results.
  20. 20. Search • more options… • Restrict:  media type,  access type,  Newsfilm only.
  21. 21. Results
  22. 22. Filter • Filter and sort options available on left of results page. • Date filter is for decade only – try advanced search for date range. • Sort options at bottom left.
  23. 23. Advanced Search In addition to media type and access type: •More specific keyword search •Select collections •Date range search •Subject, genre, duration, other fields •Sort options •‘Live result’ box
  24. 24. Jisc MediaHub Explore • Several Explore options available:  Collection - can browse all content from each collection, background and any reviews  Subject displays for Jisc eCollections content only.  Time creates a timeline based on your search term, that you can zoom and pan  Place is a Google map with location markers of Jisc eCollections content  Learning materials has case studies and reviews  Newsfilm – browse by subject or search by date range
  25. 25. Explore by Place
  26. 26. Full record • Play • Download –  Video: Windows Media, Quick Time (some), Ogg Theora  Audio: AAC, WMA, Ogg Vorbis • Share • Bookmark with tags
  27. 27. Full record • Link to terms of use • Add comments • View metadata • Shotlist and frame grabs may be available • View similar items
  28. 28. Bookmark • Must be logged in with institutional login • Edit any field • Click on Suggested tags, or your tags • Click Submit
  29. 29. My MediaHub
  30. 30. Uploads • Users can share images • User Uploads collection
  31. 31. Uploads process • 1 – Upload via Flickr account or your computer
  32. 32. Uploads process • 2 – Edit to add a Creative Commons license and metadata
  33. 33. Uploads process • 3 – Publish. Cannot publish until CC license selected.
  34. 34. Search widget • Find the code in the About > Support area.
  35. 35. Social media Lots of posts highlighting content: •Nelson Mandela 1918-2013 •JFK : Life and Death in the Media Spotlight •Fantasy Speakers’ Corner •Our 20th Century Industrial Heritage •Legacy of the Genetic Codebreakers •Tutankhamun •Robert Burns – Man of the people •many more… @Jiscmediahub
  36. 36. Questions Copyright: Think it Over!, Imperial War Museum, 1916.

Editor's Notes

  • AP Archive
    A unrivalled collection of news footage, including Associated Press, ABC News, and Sky News (launched 1989). AP's coverage includes the Arab-Israeli conflict, the 2003 War in Iraq, the 9/11 terrorist attacks, conflict in the Balkans, US Presidents Bush, Reagan, and Clinton, Nelson Mandela, and many more.
  • Images – all main figures of British art in the twentieth century are represented, e.g. John Singer Sargent and William Orpen, and progressive artists such as Paul Nash, Stanley Spencer and Graham Sutherland. The proclamations are drawn from a collection of around 33000 paper items from 1st and 2nd world wars, conveying official instructions and statements and home and abroad.
  • Amber
    Documentaries and feature films from a remarkable film-making collective established in the north-east of England in 1968. Of interest to students, teachers and researchers in the fields of media studies and of UK political and social history in the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
    The Amber Film Collective was established in 1968 when a group studying at the Regent Street Polytechnic met and subsequently moved to the north-east of England with the declared aim of documenting working-class communities in the region. It was therefore one of the first independent, regional co-operatives deliberately set up to operate outside the mainstream metro-centric film industry and is also one of the few remaining survivors of the workshop movement still producing films today.
    Amber aims to work collaboratively with the local communities to produce a film and photographic record that gives them a genuine voice, ideally to produce some permutation of film, photographic exhibition and book.
    Over the past 36 years Amber has produced a body of work of remarkable integrity that not only draws on the social realism that is so much part of the British documentary tradition but also uses an imaginative aesthetic approach.
    Royal Mail
    One of the finest British collections of documentary, public information, animation and industrial film, covering subjects ranging across transport and communications in Britain and abroad, the Home Front during the Second World War, British industries from fishing to mining, the nation's health - and developments in the Post Office service itself. A selection of 16 hours.
    Founded in 1933 as successor to the Empire Marketing Board Film Unit and headed by John Grierson in the role of Film Officer, the GPO Film Unit produced one of the finest British collections of documentary, public information, animation and industrial film ever to come from a single UK source, spanning much of the 20th Century.
    The GPO Film Unit provided a temporary home to many of the best-known names in the British documentary movement, including Alberto Cavalcanti, Humphrey Jennings, Basil Wright, Harry Watt, Edgar Anstey, Arthur Elton and John Taylor, alongside innovators and experimentalists such as Len Lye and Norman McLaren. The Unit remained in existence throughout the 1930s and survived into the early years of the Second World War, when it became the Crown Film Unit.
    The collection includes classics such as Nightmail (1936), which perhaps best exemplifies how British industry supported leading artists in the pre-television age, drawing as it does on the combined talents of Basil Wright and Harry Watt, alongside WH Auden, Benjamin Britten, John Grierson and Stuart Legg.
    Films of scotland
    Documentary films on all aspects of Scotland. A selection of 50 hours.
    One of the most coherent local and national film collections in the UK, Films of Scotland charts the changing face of Scotland from the 1930s to 1982.
    All the films were made under the auspices of the Films of Scotland Committee, which had a brief to sponsor films to promote Scotland's social, cultural and industrial attributes, both nationally and internationally.
    In collaboration with Scottish Screen Archive, National Library of Scotland, most of the 155 Films of Scotland titles ever produced are available, including all seven films made for the Empire Exhibition in 1938, as well as a selection of the films made between 1955 and 1982; topics covered range across industry, agriculture, fishing, the work of Scottish artists and writers, architecture, tourism, urban redevelopment and Scottish music and dancing.
  • It features over 3,000 presentations filmed between 2002-2012 from a range of IET events, lectures, seminars, conferences, as well as other organisations' events and expert interviews. These events are highly regarded by the global engineering community and feature key academic and practising engineers and technologists from around the world, who are specialists in their fields.Aimed at the engineering academic and research market, the collection covers the following eight key technology areas:
    Control & Automation
    Biochemical Society
    A substantial selection of films from the Biochemical Society Archive, charting the development of biochemistry in the later 20th century through the experiences of some of the subject's most celebrated practitioners.
    The Biochemical Society Archive films chart the development of biochemistry in the later 20th century through the experiences of some of the subject's most celebrated practitioners. Interviewees include Professor Patricia Clarke, Sir John Cornforth, Dr Dorothy Hodgkin, Sir James Lovelock, Professor Alfred Neuberger, Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgy and Lord Alexander Todd.
    A wide selection of material from one of the leading science film institutes in the world, based in Germany. A series of highlight extracts from the collection's complete films is available, each one complete in itself and showing a single process or phenomenon, together with a growing list of complete films from the collection.
    Based in Germany, the IWF is one of the leading science film institutes in the world. It has been working since the late 1940s on behalf of academic researchers to create audio-visual recordings of physical phenomena in nature and technology, the biological sciences, and ethnographic customs and processes in culture and society. Please note that the soundtrack of a small number of films in the collection is in German.
    The IWF collection is of interest to students of biomedical science and life sciences, zoology, botany, anthropology, chemistry, environmental science, genetics, oceanography, chemistry, physics, physical sciences, mathematics, ethnography and geology.
  • Wellcome moving images and sound
    500+ titles dating from 1912 onwards, covering all aspects of medicine, healthcare provision and practice in the UK from the Moving Image and Sound Collection in the Wellcome Library.
    This resource provides access to films and videos which were previously only available to view onsite at the Wellcome Library's premises. Researchers, educators, students and browsers are able to witness the evolution of medicine and health over the past 100 years and engage with the use of film as a communication tool in the medical sciences.
    The core collection consists of about 60 © Wellcome Trust titles that were made by the corporate arm of the organisation, in the guise of the Wellcome Foundation. The earliest footage is of archaeological digs in the Sudan, at Jebel Moya, featuring the founder, Sir Henry Wellcome himself (A day at Gebel Moya, season 1912-13), as well as more jaunty corporate fare about the business of running a pharmaceutical company (Looking Around, The Story of the Wellcome Foundation).
    Many of the films were originally made for professional audiences such as doctors, surgeons, nurses and students of medicine, so be prepared for some "hands-on" footage of clinical procedures and actual operations. Some of the material relating to genito-urinary procedures are available to medical students only.
    St Georges
    These films reflect the production and teaching needs of one of the leading medical schools in the UK. A selection of nine hours.
    The collection of 19 films from St George's Hospital Medical School Academic Services reflects the teaching needs of one of the leading medical schools in the UK.
    The collection covers subjects in the clinical-medical and biomedical fields, as well as aspects of current medical practice, including examination techniques, case studies on specific illnesses and operations, guides on diagnosis, and training on doctor-patient interaction.
    The material is aimed at medical and biomedical undergraduate and postgraduate students.
    Sheffield University
    Medicine, statistics, law, chemistry, archaeology, and the performing arts. A selection of 47 hours.
    Sheffield University Learning Media Unit is one of the largest university production units in the UK. The collection covers a wide range of subjects and programmes, and will be useful right across the academic subject range, including medicine, bio-medical science, chemistry, life sciences, biology, sociology, environmental and earth sciences, archaeology, music, law, geology, civil engineering, English language and the performing arts.
  • Over 50 hours of copyright-free classical music and associated scores, covering much of the core repertoire plus rarer pieces from the 17th to the 20th centuries. Adaptation and manipulation permitted.
    The Culverhouse Classical Music Collection comprises over 50 hours of copyright-free classical music, covering much of the core repertoire plus rarer pieces from the 17th to the 20th centuries. It is licensed from Brian Culverhouse, who, after 20 years at EMI, has been an independent record producer for 30 years, working with many famous performers.
    For ease of use, the music is available in small pieces, such as movements, and some associated scores are also available.
    Users are permitted to extract sections for delivery in VLEs or on disc, relieving pressure on hard-pressed libraries, allowing staff and students to download and burn customised CDs while librarians will be able to replace any that go missing.
    As a repository of musical examples, the Culverhouse Classical Music Collection is a boon to music teaching at all levels. However the really innovative aspect of the licence agreement is that it allows manipulation of the files.
    Using their preferred software, users are permitted to repurpose the wav files, including stretching or compressing
  • Images covering a wide range of pictorial content drawn from the rich, diverse and internationally significant collections of The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, including major artists such as Canaletto, J.M.W. Turner, George Stubbs and John Constable. Every image is tagged by geographical location and a date or period.
    Many of the images are linked to contemporary social and political events. For example, George Stubbs' painting of the horse 'Gimcrack with John Pratt up on Newmarket Heath' of c.1765 marks an important period in the history of horse-racing in Britain, when the coloured silks of patrons had been introduced and the sport had begun to attract a wide public. Other images depict engineering structures or science and technology subjects: a number of ceramics, for example, have images of industrial buildings and events, such as the Great Exhibition of 1851 or the Dublin Industrial Exhibition of 1853. A painting such as Ford Madox Brown's 'The Last of England', depicting 19th-century emigrants leaving the UK with the cliffs of Dover in the background, offers comparative material on the theme of emigration within a social, political and cultural context.
  • GovEd
    15,000 images by Francesco Troina, mainly covering architecture, design, engineering, media and travel and tourism.
    Design Archives
    Material from the University of Brighton Design Archives, including images of exhibitions, posters, products, and retail space design dating from 1945 to 1985.
    The collection comprises four separate components:
    British exhibitions (800 images) 'a rich visual record of British post-war exhibitions in the post-war period, including the Festival of Britain; national celebrations such as the 1953 Coronation; and the interiors of the Commonwealth Institute.
    Posters (500 images) 'images of artwork and printed posters advertising a wide range of services, products and events throughout the post-war years, in Britain and internationally.
    Product Design (700 images) 'by including location data for each image, this collection will help create a map of British manufacturing (much of which is long gone), and includes rare sets of images relating to manufacturing processes: furniture; glass; printed textiles.
    Retail and Domestic Spaces (300 images) 'the changing face of British retail from shop fascias, interiors, signage and display, alongside domestic interiors from the 1930s to the end of the century.
  • Getty moving images
    8,000 clips covering cultural, social, and political issues, including images from over 35 separate collections.
    Getty has drawn on hundreds of thousands of high-quality downloadable footage clips, to depict the people, the places and the events that have shaped the world as we know it today. The source collections, used to provide news, sports, personalities, lifestyle, wildlife, locations, cultures, politics and more, include Archive Films and Image Bank Films, plus Discovery Footage Source (wildlife, nature, science and technology), AFP News (news footage from over 2,900 journalists across the globe) and many others.
    Getty still images
    Nearly 12,000 images of political, cultural, and social history, covering the major events of recent world history.
    Images of contemporary youth culture. These images provide powerful documentation of changing fashions and lifestyles of young people, depicted at their finest (and worst).
  • The Johnston Collection of photographs, from the North Highland College.
    The Johnston Collection is a historic photographic collection of national and European significance dating from as early as 1840. The Johnston family were amongst the earliest pioneers of photography, and their work spans almost a hundred and forty year period between around 1840 and 1979. Working in and around the Caithness and Sutherland areas, their subject matter ranged from general Highland life, through the fishing industry, working women, politics, architecture, and general portraiture, all of it of considerable historic value. The last remaining member of the Johnston dynasty still resides in Wick, and it is he who donated the collection to its current guardians.