Building video infrastructure for eCampus

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Architecture overview of video infrastructure for campus, with some examples from the eCampus work

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  • Who areinvolved? The institutionalrole fortheuniversity.
  • Mulig at denne skal inn på same diagram som modellen for utdanning.
  • Reference ”Digital tilstand” survey of digital use and competencelevel in Norwegianhigher ed
  • Building video infrastructure for eCampus

    1. 1. Building video infrastructure for campus NORDUnet 2012, HiOA Oslo, 2012-09-19Ingrid Melve (CTO) and Thorleif Hallén (Video project manager), Uninett
    2. 2. EducationInformation Lectures Reflection Mentoring Assessment Forum/LMS Meetings: Text documents Social media Skype, phone, web, video conference Exams: online, digital school type, study hall News, messages Lecture books, learning Forum/LMS Discussion, chat objects Web site, university portal Tests: LMS, survey Podcast: Audio, video Study hall, kitchen table Forum/LMS Text documents Notes and reports: LMS Virtual meetings: web Links and references Podcast Email meetings, video conference
    3. 3. ResearchResearch community Research project Data Analysis Publication, dissemination Data capture: Report, notes Organizational support Project proposal and plan sensors, surveys, interviews Data crunching Paper publication Data storage: Coffee breaks Collaboration tools text, audio, database, video Discussion, chat Research based teaching Talking with colleagues Document sharing Data analysis Review related material Collaboration tools: video meetings, shared workspaceProcessing related research Email, email, email Data access Curated data access
    4. 4. What do we need? Collaboration tools  Speaking to all senses, more than text   Easy to use, play well with unified communication tools  Students initiate (eCampus web meeting: students host) Lecture capture  Power of the lecture  Automated, dependable  Sound is more important than moving pictures Video as a process  Video at your fingertips: practice session, reflection 24/7 availability
    5. 5. Video typesCommunication Video production Realtime:  Editing? phone, Skype, web  Capture live, no edit meeting, videoconferen  Production ce  Life time  Instant: streaming, process  1-to-1  Semester or forever  1-to-many  Production site  Many-to-many  Workplace Asyncronous  Lecture room  1-to-1  Studio  Practice  1-to-many  Many-to-many
    6. 6. Simplicity ------------------- Complexity Individual ------------------ Instiutions ----------------- International
    7. 7. UniversityProfessor Students
    8. 8. Functionality Video on demand  Rights management Live streaming  Federated login Audio only  Directory enabled Video only  Mobile device support Video and slides  Integration with room Screenscrape with control panels audio  Platform independent Podcast  No lock-in RSS-feeds  Integration with LMS
    9. 9. Technology currently deployed LMS (local management, shared operations) Video and screencast capture  MediaSite  CamtasiaRelay  Matterhorn Videoconference and phone:  Lync, H.323 (incl capture units), SIP Web meeting  AdobeConnect File sharing  CloudStor
    10. 10. EducationInformation Lectures Reflection Mentoring Assessment Web meeting: Studio: Podcast: AdobeConnect MediaSite Matterhorn pilot Oral exam on Web meeting: web AdobeConnect meeting/video conference Video conferences Desktop: Podcast: CamtasiaRelay MediaSite Study hall, kitchen table Video VDI digital Orientation conference exam client?? Podcast:meeting: Adobe Video diary: CamtasiaRelay Connect CamtasiaRelay
    11. 11. Dependencies Wireless network: eduroam et al  The wired network is for servers  Wireless is for users Student reality:  Heterogeneous: Tablets, smart phones, PCs, Macs  Digital competence: varies wildly Lecturer reality:  Time bound: 45 min lectures, no extra work  Digital competence varies Available solutions  Education is not entertainment  Collaboration and information availability matter!
    12. 12. Dependencies: server side technicalissues Aggregated bandwidth  Latency, jitter variations, volume Medium scale video  Real time is small-medium  On-demand is all through the day and night Storage: video takes space, HD video takes more Access management  Identity layer: depending on federation technology  Missing piece: virtual organizations integrated with university live organization and research project Shift from local servers to cloud services
    13. 13. Missing parts Digital competence  Where are the changes in education taking us?  Digital skills Wireless networks everywhere  Mobile networks and Wifi  Need more eduroam! Media management integrated with learning support  Class rooms integrated with learning environment Virtual organizations  Class groups, study groups, research projects
    14. 14. Shopping list Roadmap for video ineducationLocal investment Shared services Digital competence  Network for competence Web meeting support  Web meeting service Video conference room  Video conference support and handholding  Lecture capture server Lecture capture agents  Multiple solutions  Screen capture or video?  Automated lecture hall  Media management Portal/LMS integration  Storage Identity management  Access management Common specifications  Common specifications

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