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AlexanderStreet_17April2015

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Presentation given by Adam Gardner of Alexander Street to the Eduserv Mental Health Resources Focus Group on 17 April 2015

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AlexanderStreet_17April2015

  1. 1. Adam Gardner General Manager, Europe Alexander Street agardner@alexanderstreet.com www.alexanderstreet.com Using video and primary sources in psychology and counselling education
  2. 2. What are we about? Back to basics... • Alexander Street’s mission is to provide socially significant educational solutions that optimize global learning and research • Focus on in-copyright, rare, hard to find, otherwise inaccessible, previously unpublished Making silent voices heard
  3. 3. Discipline-based system • Business • Counselling • Music • Film • Anthropology • History
  4. 4. Discipline-based system • Business • Counselling • Music • Film • Anthropology • History
  5. 5. Eduserv resources • Counselling and Therapy in Video • Counselling and Therapy in Video, Volume 2 • Counselling and Therapy in Video, Volume 3 • Video Journal of Counselling and Therapy • Counselling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives, and Reference Works
  6. 6. Today’s students • Watch video, listen to audio – Classroom access – Web access • Record video – Capture lectures – Conduct interviews – Film experiments • Use video Skype, Hangouts – Expect to see as well as hear – Used to a media rich environment • Rise of MOOCs and Online learning – Flipped Classroom
  7. 7. No dedicated device required to record… No dedicated device required to view Today
  8. 8. YouTube • >1 billion unique users monthly • >6 billion hours watched monthly, up 50% in a year • 100 hours of video are uploaded every minute • 80% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US • In 2011, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views – or around 140 views for every person on Earth http://www.youtube.com/yt/press/statistics.html 12/10/2014
  9. 9. Signs are all around us… • YouTube has twice the popularity of Wikipedia by reach • Over 195m media tablets were sold in 2014 • Video is currently 57% of all network traffic • Video-on-Demand traffic will nearly triple by 2017. The amount of VoD traffic in 2017 will be equivalent to 6 billion DVDs per month • 80-90% of all network traffic will come from video (all types) by 2018 Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2012–2017, May 29, 2013. YouTube Statistics, www.youtube.com/yt/press/statistics.html
  10. 10. From: Internet Trends D11 Conference, 5/29/2013 Mary Meeker/Liang Wu, KPCB Then and now…
  11. 11. But in academia, until recently… Stuck in the basement Needing special equipment Stranded on defunct, unstable media
  12. 12. Does your institution stream video? Streaming Video in Academic Libraries, Preliminary Results from a National Survey, deg farrelly, Arizona State University; Jane Hutchison, William Patterson University, Presented in November 2013 , Charleston Conference, Charleston, South Carolina. 70 % 30%
  13. 13. Is your library planning to stream? Streaming Video in Academic Libraries, Preliminary Results from a National Survey, deg farrelly, Arizona State University; Jane Hutchison, William Patterson University, Presented in November 2013 , Charleston Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.
  14. 14. Opinions from the UK • Survey of 57 lecturers from 22 M25 universities in late 2014 • 98% are already using video in their teaching • Of those, >50% say they do so frequently • Amongst users of video, 50% would like to use video even more than they do currently
  15. 15. • You need special equipment • You can’t find what you’re looking for – no random access • You can’t speed-read or speed-browse – if it’s a 2-hour video, you have to spend 2 hours finding out what’s on it • You can’t isolate the primary sources – they’re mixed together with the secondary content • You can’t cite moments within the video – you can only cite the title of the video • You can’t link to moments within the video – you can only link to the video title • Most are not available online • Most are for entertainment, not scholarly research • Licenses are overly restrictive Historical issues with video for academics
  16. 16. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  17. 17. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  18. 18. High Definition, variable-bit player Custom clip creation tool Searchable, synchronous transcripts Restrict access to yourself or your institution Share & embed links in Learning Systems Brief bibliographical information
  19. 19. Unique research power
  20. 20. Unique research power We transform video into fielded, searchable databases that enable in-depth research. This lets researchers conduct a wide range of new research: • Anthropology: Examine marriage rituals across cultures from 1975- 2010 • History: What words did JFK use most frequently in his early career vs. his later career? • Counselling: Show me every time Albert Ellis uses the world ‘emotion’ in his counselling demonstrations. • Music: Show me performances of Strauss by Kiri Te Kanawa • Drama: Examine performances of Shakespearean jokes over time
  21. 21. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  22. 22. Speed of comprehension… 30 minutes of news 12 double-spaced pages 5 minutes to read in depth 2 minutes to scan =
  23. 23. Visual ToC is even faster
  24. 24. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  25. 25. Indexing, Clips & Playlists enhance learning
  26. 26. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  27. 27. Indexed in major discovery services In-depth indexing & free MARC records Access it your wayCOUNTER 4-compliant usage stats Embed the content Multi-language Interface The integration you expect EZproxy®
  28. 28. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  29. 29. Custom clip creation tool Restrict access to yourself or your institution Share & embed links in Learning Systems Sharing and embedding
  30. 30. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  31. 31. Mobile access
  32. 32. What’s needed? 1. Digitization 2. Quality 3. Searchability 4. Speed of Comprehension 5. Analysis and annotation 6. Integration – Cataloguing 7. Sharing – ability to cite, embed 8. Mobile Access 9. Preservation
  33. 33. Quality content has lasting value! # of years since publication % of Usage Before 2009: 80% of usage
  34. 34. Quality content has lasting value! # of years since publication % of Usage Before 2006: 50% of usage
  35. 35. • The Stanford Prison Experiment – Link Case study
  36. 36. The Stanford Prison Experiment
  37. 37. Application to ethics committee
  38. 38. Original footage of the experiment
  39. 39. “Prisoner” letters & interviews
  40. 40. Records of official investigation
  41. 41. Newspaper articles
  42. 42. Summary • The technical barriers to widespread adoption of video have largely gone • New ways of using video are emerging rapidly • Online learning • Flipped Classrooms • Demonstrations • Primary and secondary materials • Today’s students and scholars demand it!
  43. 43. Adam Gardner General Manager, Europe Alexander Street agardner@alexanderstreet.com www.alexanderstreet.com Thank you Eduserv pages for Alexander Street: link here

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