Building eCampus solutions


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The national eCampus program is working on an e-learning infrastructure with simple and good ICT tools for teaching, support for research and ubiquitous access to learning. Practical tools for lecture capture, web meetings, file sharing, video conferences and podcast is a starting point for revamping the ICT architecture in this field.

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  • Target audiences: whywe do not worryabout laggards or toomuchabouttheinnovators (learn from theyellow, forgetaboutthe red
  • What are the criteria for selecting what we do in the first phase?
  • I wish this part was solved
  • First of the three: meeting online, education and sharing.
  • ICTarchitecture: theindividualvstheinstitutionalperspective, examplified by a lecturecapture system
  • Some examples of sharing services and info
  • Building eCampus solutions

    1. 1. eCampus: Building eCampus solutions<br />NORDUnet2011, Reykjavik, 2011-06-07<br />Ingrid Melve, CTO, UNINETT<br />
    2. 2. UNINETT on campus<br /><ul><li>GigaCampus and @campus coordinates Internet campus infrastructure
    3. 3. Campus Best Practice documents
    4. 4. Working groups (open)
    5. 5. “We need better support for research and education”
    6. 6. Fix video conferencing
    7. 7. What about mobile devices? eduroam and then…
    8. 8. How to share: lecture capture, open access, groups
    9. 9. ICT architecture need more effort
    10. 10. Our community’s cloud service requirements?
    11. 11. How do we integrate research tools?
    12. 12. The meaning of interoperable</li></li></ul><li>The eCampus program<br />eCampus as a collaborative effort on technology and infrastructure for education and research<br />Motivating factors<br />Increasing student population<br />Standardizing degrees and quality control <br />Reorganizing higher education (SAK): Collaboration, division of labor, concentration<br />Best practice for use of technology<br />Program period 2011-2015<br />
    13. 13. eCampus goals<br />Improving research, education and information dissemination by sensible use of technology<br />Working groups<br />Best practice for using technology<br />For universities, coordinated by UNINETT<br />The first areas:<br />Mobileuse: into your pocket<br />Lecture capture: crossing boundaries of time, space and access<br />Video conferencing and web meetings: crossing space and institutional borders<br />
    14. 14. Technology deployment<br />
    15. 15. Selecting services<br />Solveseveryday problems<br />Sharing large files, sharingworkspace, meeting over distances<br />Simple to use, userfriendly<br />Federated login<br />ensuresorganizationalintegration<br />withindividualcontrol<br />Integrated ICT architecture<br />
    16. 16. ICT architecture for higher education and research<br />Campus Best Practicesdocuments<br />Integratinglocal and nationallevel<br />Key components:<br />Identity: Federated login, attributes<br />Phone system: SIP infrastructure<br />Transportable data: APIs, apps, cloud?<br />Opennetwork: Wifi/eduroam, anycast, lambdas<br />
    17. 17. Meeting online<br />Web meetings<br />Phone<br />Video conference<br />Multipart<br />What rooms exist<br />Guidelines and Campus Best Practice<br />
    18. 18. Web meetings(all you need is a browser)<br />Web meetings: shared workspace, audio, video, notes and chat<br />Working group analyze situation and test solutions<br />Interim solution operational(Oct 2010 – June 2012)<br />AdobeConnect run by NORDUnet: federated login and good sound quality<br />Scenarios<br />Traditional meetings<br />Teaching classes<br />Collaboration: projects, study groups<br />
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    20. 20. conference.uninett.noPhone conference to the people<br />MCU booking to be added this summer<br />
    21. 21. Education (online and blended)<br />Lecture capture working group<br />Share experiences<br />How do we capture 5-40% lectures?<br />Testing solutions<br />Lecture capture depot<br />Mix of solutions, goes live 15.6<br />Testing shared streaming server<br />Web meetings and video conference<br />(IP-TV testing)<br />
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    24. 24. Sharing<br />Good examples, shared on blog<br />Guidelines on podcast and lecture capture<br />DelRett: Legal advice on IPR (by Norgesuniversitetet)<br />Scenarios and cost/benefit, summer 2011<br />Requirements for AV equipment: UFS116, UFS119, UFS120<br />CloudStor: Sharing files too big for email<br />
    25. 25. CloudStor service(when email is not enough, the file is big)<br />
    26. 26. Key eCampus points<br />Simple tools<br />Web meetings, cloudstor, video<br />Support research workflow<br />Audio files, collaboration, sharing<br />Flexible access<br />Online education, eduroam<br />Sharing: <br />Publish or perish, open access, cost<br />
    27. 27. Getting involved<br /><br />Informationabout eCampus services and activities<br />Interviewswithuniversities and colleges abouttheirprojects and opinions<br />Contact<br />The program:<br />Me:<br />Participate<br /><br />