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Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009

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30min presentation delivered to 25 ish people at the JISC Digital Content conference http://www.jisc.ac.uk/events/2009/06/digitalcontent.aspx

Most useful section was asking audience what they want from us ! which included: Sharing groups of resources eg what are 5 tools for sharing images etc.

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Jisc Content Conference 30th june - 1st july 2009

  1. 1. ZAK MENSAH PRESENTS JISC Content Conference 30th June –1st July 2009
  2. 2. Who Zak Mensah e-Learning Officer Pedagogy Digital media usage Web design Delivery of digital media for teaching and learning twitter.com/zakmensah Slideshare.net/zakm
  3. 3. Still images
  4. 4. Moving Images
  5. 5. Audio resources
  6. 6. JISC Digital Media formerly TASI, exists to help the UK’s FE and HE communities  Helpdesk  Technical advice papers  Training  Mailing list  Blog  Consultancy
  7. 7. Lifecycle approach Project areas that we support Managing Digitising Creating Finding &(amp;) Using
  8. 8. Helpdesk Email Webcasting from September
  9. 9. Advice documents Current Future Mobile Web services
  10. 10. Using SlideShare to Share Presentations ‘This article provides an overview of a web service for uploading, embedding and sharing presentations called SlideShare’.
  11. 11. Website
  12. 12. Cross media
  13. 13. Slideshare
  14. 14. Mobile too
  15. 15. Tutorial
  16. 16. Case study Barony College's Learning Materials Development Unit produced a variety of visually rich learning and training materials with guidance from JISC Digital Media. http://jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/services/about/casestudies/jiscdigitalmedia.aspx
  17. 17. Additional support Video assist specific project support for 6 projects (2 per term) which involve the creation of new moving image resources over the academic year 2009-10.
  18. 18. You say ‘What is a suitable general format for encoding video for multiple unknown uses and to work for at least five years?’
  19. 19. We say • MPEG 4 BUT • Detail, detail, detail
  20. 20. Improving our service
  21. 21. Inspire
  22. 22. Any Questions? Zak Mensah info@ Jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk 0117 331 4447 Oh and we have a stand at this event, come and find out even more

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