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ABCD – TIE Presentation Feb 4 th, 2013 1. 1.Who are we – Digital Video Services? – DVS Services Overview 2.New lecture capture technology (Matterhorn.

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1 ABCD – TIE Presentation Feb 4 th, 2013 1

2 1.Who are we – Digital Video Services? – DVS Services Overview 2.New lecture capture technology (Matterhorn Pilot) Agenda 2

3 3 DVS Service Catalog Service TypeServiceDescriptionCurrent Customers ProductionLecture CaptureProcess & deliver lecture videos to iSite FAS, GSE, HLS ProductionLive StreamingLive stream events to on campus and/or global audience who can watch from desktop or mobile devices FAS, GSE, HSPH, HKS, HMS*, edX*, commencement ProductionCourse Video Tool (Video Publishing Tool in iSite) Enable capturing & sharing of videos on iSite iSite users ProductionVideo ConsultingConsultation on specific video needs Open PilotNew Lecture Capture Technology (Matterhorn) Process & deliver new dual- stream format lecture videos to iSite or any platform via iFrame tag. Viewable on both desktop and mobile devices. HKS, GSE, FAS, HSPH, Radcliffe, SEAS, GSD

4 4 Taste Test VideoVideo 1Video 2

5 What is Matterhorn? Matterhorn is a free, open-source platform to support the management of educational audio and video content. Institutions will use Matterhorn to produce lecture recordings, manage existing video, serve designated distribution channels, and provide user interfaces to engage students with educational videos http://opencast.org/matterhorn Product Tour: http://opencast.org/matterhorn/product-tour New Classroom Capture Technology (Matterhorn Pilot) 5

6 Matterhorn Features 6

7 Project Vision Automate the process for classroom capture The automated workflow includes scheduling of recording, ingestion, encoding, adding of metadata, creation of deliverables, and delivery of content via specific player Capture audio, video and presentation screen simultaneously Support for various levels of classroom infrastructure – Capture device with audio/video/presentation – Audio/video-only from installed or portable camera – Software-only capture of audio/presentation Provide integration with scheduling systems, LMS Central backend service available to each school – Schools provide local capture devices – HUIT assists with local integration (scheduling, LMS, etc) 7 Matterhorn Project Vision

8 Pilot Goals Evaluate if Matterhorn is a solution to meet schools classroom capture needs from pedagogical and technical perspective Get school familiar with the Matterhorn workflow (software) and various Capture agents (hardware) Develop an overall plan / strategy based on the pilot outcome Guiding Principles Matterhorn Pilot Goals / Guiding Principles 8 Partnership No Interruption of Current Production Workflow Always Open to Feedback

9 Matterhorn Pilot Approach 9 Spring 2012 Pilot Fall 2012 Pilot Spring 2013 Pilot Participants: FAS (Science Center Hall B) Test application stack, hardware capture device with real courses Kick the tires across the entire system: software, hardware, A/V integration Participants: FAS (Science Center Hall B) Test application stack, hardware capture device with real courses Kick the tires across the entire system: software, hardware, A/V integration Participants: FAS, HSPH, HKS, SEAS, GSE, Radcliffe Rubber meets the road 15 Pilot Classes + 2 Seminar Series Approx. 238 lecture videos recorded, processed and published (iSite, SharePoint, Website) Participants: FAS, HSPH, HKS, SEAS, GSE, Radcliffe Rubber meets the road 15 Pilot Classes + 2 Seminar Series Approx. 238 lecture videos recorded, processed and published (iSite, SharePoint, Website) Participants: FAS, HSPH, HKS, SEAS, GSE, Radcliffe, GSD Refinement & Expansion Mobile Unit, Live Streaming, Other Capture Agents, New Workflow Collect more feedback Participants: FAS, HSPH, HKS, SEAS, GSE, Radcliffe, GSD Refinement & Expansion Mobile Unit, Live Streaming, Other Capture Agents, New Workflow Collect more feedback

10 Roles & Responsibilities in Matterhorn Pilot 10 School Provide resources to produce content Confirm pilot classes Communicate with Faculty + Management Setup distribution channel Monitor / Trim / Review recording Manage recording schedule Send out Student Surveys HUIT Setup Central Infrastructure Facilitate & Manage the Pilot Provide Training Assist schools with setup Enhance the systemMonitor & Troubleshoot Analyze Student Survey Results Team Participate in regular Team meetings Raise / Review issues or challenges Review feedback from users Brainstorm solutions Review Project status Plan

11 Demo 11 Demo of Admin UI http://dvsd1.video.harvard.edu/admin/index.html#/recordings Schedule recording Check recording status Manage upcoming recordings Trim recording Demo of NCast Admin UI http://140.247.235.125/ Set/Modify Channels Configure Sources Manual Start / Stop recording (Adhoc) Set upload schedule Download composite video file Demo of Confidence Monitor http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=video&pageid=icb.page540219

12 Demo 12 Demo of Players HTML5 Player – Firefox, Chrome, Safari – Docu-Cam Docu-Cam – Powerpoint Slides Powerpoint Slides – Overhead-Cam Overhead-Cam – Science Experiment (1:06) Science Experiment

13 Demo 13 Demo of Players Flash Player - IE Mobile – Screen > 1000 pixels :Composite Side-by-Side – Screen < 1000 pixels :Slide + Audio

14 2012 Fall Matterhorn Pilot Student Survey Feedback 14 Surveyed 4 schools (GSE, HKS, FAS, HSPH) over 13 days (11/28 – 12/11) Collected 104 responses Questions on 3 main areas: – Delivery Format Describe degree of quality improvement provided with pilot videos (1 – no improvement, 5 – marked improvement) Describe how important it is for you to see Speaker/Presenter & Slides/Presentation Materials Which do you prefer, the current video format or the pilot video format? – Use of Content / Expectation How important is it for your class to offer lecture recording? How often do you watch class session videos? When do you expect class session video to be posted on course website? Has the pilot video format added any noticeable value to your viewing experience and retention of class content and how? – Consumption / Issues What problem did you encounter while viewing videos in pilot format? What devices did you view the videos on? What other features you would like available on the Matterhorn player?

15 1.Out of the 104 respondents across 4 schools, 72% viewed lecture videos in pilot format, and within which 89% prefer the pilot video format over the standard video format. 2.Out of 91 responses, 83% indicated it is very important or essential for their classes to offer lecture recordings. 15 2012 Fall Matterhorn Pilot Aggregate Student Survey Results

16 3.Out of the 94 responses, 30% watch class videos every week, 43% watch only when they miss class. 4.Out of 94 responses, 65% watch class videos to review content or clarify questions,22% in place of attending class. 16 2012 Fall Matterhorn Pilot Aggregate Student Survey Results

17 17 Why Prefer New Format?Why Not Prefer New Format? Mimic the real classroom experience (same access to materials, can see professors body language, easier to see a complete picture) Cannot see chalk board clearly Aide learning & understanding of materials / Much easier to follow the lecture Laser pointer is not captured on the presentation view of the video and that is essential when reviewing materials Better quality & other functionalities that allow to learn at own pace Pilot videos contain much more information than single screen Front row seat experience 2012 Fall Matterhorn Pilot Aggregate Student Survey Results

18 18 Technical Issues: Sometimes video / audio / presentation out of sync Browser tends to crash or freeze especially when skipping forward Takes time to load Additional Features: Annotate / bookmark video Ability to zoom into portion of a video Close captioning Live streaming of lecture 2012 Fall Matterhorn Pilot Aggregate Student Survey Results

19 19 1.Explore new concepts via 2013 Spring Pilot – New Workflow to publish to new endpoints – Non Capture Agent workflow – New Capture Agents – Mobile Unit – Integration with room book / scheduling system 2.Enhance existing system – Monitoring / Notification – More features in player / Better user experience – Usage Stats – Build out environment – Speed up processing time 3.Move from Pilot -> Production – Holistic service approach (intake, cost, support, etc) – Build a scale architecture (processing, storage) – Better admin / self-service portal Matterhorn Pilot – Looking Forward

20 20 Matterhorn Pilot


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