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NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Federated Statewide Digital Video Repository & Streaming Fall 2010 Internet2 Member Meeting 1.

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1 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Federated Statewide Digital Video Repository & Streaming Fall 2010 Internet2 Member Meeting 1

2 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 NJ Digital Video Initiative 2 William Paterson (VALE), Rutgers Libraries, and NJEDge were awarded a $1M IMLS Grant to provide funding for a rather unique initiative to support academic video on-demand services.

3 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Digital Video Repository The portal repository supports: Learning-on-demand for K-20 educators Licensed commercial academic videos from companies such as Films Media Group, BioMEDIA and others. Locally owned and developed academic video Videos searchable through metadata tags Statewide authentication and authorization.

4 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Project partners - True collaboration 4 Digital Repository expertiseCommercial Video licensing Project management and budget co-ordination Hosting, Broadband Infrastructure and video streaming expertise

5 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Instructional Advantages of NJVID 5 Access to content any time, any place Easy to construct clips from multi-videos to create learning objects Objects are easily integrated with Blackboard, Sakai or Moodle Online students can access the same content as classroom students

6 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Broader Vision of NJViD 6 Collection driven – increase availability of digital video content for education and research Support all learning organizations—higher ed, libraries, museums, archives, K12 schools Protect rights of content owners and content users Form the nucleus of a Statewide Cyber-Infrastructure for digital content management and re-use

7 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Statewide CI – Building blocks  What building blocks do we need?  Common structure for Authentication and Authorization --Durable, standardized, consistent --Restricts access for collection management; coursework; research --Enables collaboration: faculty faculty student(s) student universityuniversity museum school Building Blocks of Statewide CI

8 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Statewide CI – Faculty Research Management Collecting and Managing Faculty Research  Unique information  Preserved for long-term availability; audit trail  Made widely available for scholarly impact  Customized for scholarly and educational workflow  Volatile Information  Faculty may want to add, revise, remove  Usefulness often requires additional tools  SAS, SPSS, etc.  Visualization tools (Grapher, MatLab, etc.)  GIS Building Blocks of Statewide CI

9 NJVid Authentication & Authorization Shibboleth Authentication & Authorization Shibboleth Learning Object Repository Learning Object Repository Licensed Commercial Video Collection Licensed Commercial Video Collection NJViD Commons Locally Owned NJViD Commons Locally Owned Workflow Management System Creation & Cataloging Workflow Management System Creation & Cataloging Fedora Repository Storage & Management NJVID - Collections

10 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 FEDORA and FEDORA Commons 10 Fedora Commons a non-profit organization funded by a four year, $4.9M grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to develop the organizational and technical frameworks necessary to effect revolutionary change in how scientists, scholars, museums, libraries, and educators collaborate to produce, share, and preserve their digital intellectual creations. The Fedora platform is logically divided into four major functional areas that reflect its first principles: repository services preservation services semantic services enterprise services

11 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 FEDORA capabilities 11 The Digital Object An open content model expressed as XML Security: Provision of flexible authentication and policy enforcement using XACML for authorization, using the Sun XACML engine (eXtensible Access Control Markup Language) Scalability: provision of support for >10 million objects Provides encapsulation for management and preservation Content Recon: reuse of objects including object content being present in any number of contexts within a repository; repurposing of objects allowing dynamic content transformations to fit new presentations requirements Identifiers: provision of persistent identifiers; unique names for all resources without respect for machine address Relationships: support for relationships between objects Interoperable Access: provision of interoperable access by means of a standard protocol to information about objects and for access to object content; discovery and execution of extensible service operations for digital objects

12 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 FEDORA capabilities (contd) 12 Repository Services A service oriented architecture with APIs for access and management Ontology services for expressing relationships Messaging, and journaling services Preservation Services Audit trails Versioning Object integrity – auto checksums Alerting

13 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Fedora Layered Architecture 13 Fedora Repository Middleware Svcs Applications Data - XML App. Prog. Interface Server & Storage

14 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 FEDORA Video Object 14 Repository ID Metadata Behaviors (Disseminators) Data streams MP4 – Video stream XML-1 – transcript (opt) ARCH1- Archival master FLV-1- download SMAP1 – StrMap (Anno.) Descriptive Technical Source Rights Digital Prov. XACML policy (external)

15 NJVid Video ingest workflow Digital Object Repository (Fedora) Workflow Management System User Input (metadata) Fedora Repository Service User, Collection & Preservation Svcs NJVid Commons Partner Portals New Jersey Institutions Object XML Digital Video Master Video encoding Video Object Ingest

16 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Features 16 Metadata rich indexing and cataloging of videos. Export catalog as MARC records. Load-balanced streaming infrastructure. Protected web client to protect videos to prevent illegal downloads. Ability to add new video formats in the future with minimal change in infrastructure. Allows password-less administration and access & Statewide Federated Access using Shibboleth. Support for Closed captioning - W3C’s (TTL-XML) and Subrip SRT formats. Support for supplementary documents. Create Chapter markers and creation of clips to create learning objects in a video.

17 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, iTunesUNJVID Video push to clientDownloadsStreaming content, protected client Digitization and encoding supportNoYes Long term preservation / Standards based Repository NoYes O/S SupportApple, WindowsApple, Windows, Linux Video digitization supportNoYes Google IndexableSomewhatYes MetadataMinimalExtensive list of metadata – better search and discovery File format supportMP3, MPEG-4, PDFFlash, MPEG-4, PDF. H.264 and extensible to other formats as necessary. Access to video (Authorization)Authorization by institutionAuthorization by institution and finely grained restrictions possible Storage spaceLimited to 500 GB500GB and more Reference or cite by URLPossible, but difficultStandard HTTP URL iTunesU and NJViD – A comparison

18 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Potential applications and scenarios of use 18 Sports coaching. Distance learning. Lecture capture and annotation Contribute videos to the Open Courseware consortium. Performance and art training videos. Gather feedback from students and faculty. Archive training and webinars Archive meetings and outreach programs

19 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 NJViD Commons 19 We have about 104 videos in the Commons American Labor Museum Bergen Community College Berkeley College Hope Historical Society Montclair State University NJEDge Annual Faculty Showcase Videos Newark Public Schools Passaic Valley High School Women and Youth Leadership Alliance (WAYLA) William Paterson University of New Jersey

20 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Commercial Videos (975 titles – Nov 1, 2010) 20

21 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Commercial Videos – Prospective Vendors 21 Insight Media Bullfrog Discovery Education Media In Education Alexander Street Facets Women Make Movies VEA Icarus and others….

22 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Commercial Videos – Advantages to Institutions 22 Institutions don’t necessarily need to acquire physical videos anymore They don’t necessarily need to catalog their licensed videos since another licensing institution may have already done so within NJVid. Students can access videos from anywhere. Some vendors without their own portal, such as BioMedia, will be available online for the first time. Don’t risk providing user accounts to commercial vendors. With Shibboleth we use Institution’s Enterprise Directory for access/deny decisions This all adds up to reduced staff workload and time spent leading to savings yet providing faculty and staff educational content without worrying about technology Annotation tool lets faculty, staff and students create learning objects and ultimately create playlists

23 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 NJTRUST 23 NJTRUST is New Jersey’s Identity Trust Federation based on Shibboleth NJVID is the first Service Provider in the Federation NJTRUST currently has thirteen Identity Providers

24 Libraries K12s Institution A Enterprise Directory LDAP/AD Museums Shib IdP by NJEDge Institution A’s Shibboleth Identity Provider NJTRUST NJEDge Statewide LDAP Institution B Enterprise Directory LDAP/AD Institution A’s Shibboleth Identity Provider NJTrust Diagram

25 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Learning on demand 25 Quick upload of videos from their local computer Allows institutions to change access restrictions to their uploaded videos Native Support for Flash and H.264 (MPEG-4) videos Allows automatic transcoding from MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MOV, WMV using Encoding.com Accepts content and metadata exported from lecture capture systems such as Camtasia Relay server and Echo 360.

26 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 LoD Administration hierarchy 26 SCM ICM User Super Collections Manager (SCM) (Statenet level) Manages all videos, collections and permissions Can create ICMs Institutional Collections Manager (ICM) Manages all videos and collections that belong to his/her institution Can create users and assign collections to each user Can view and delete videos by users of his institution More than one ICM per institution permitted (eg. departmental level). Manages Labels. Learning on Demand User Can upload videos to assigned collections Manage their own content. Add/delete Can request access by going to the LoD site ICM will have to approve access.

27 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 LoD Authentication Labels All videos uploaded into LoD are by default ‘private’. Video can be seen only by uploader. Labels can be used to enable access to Institutional role etc) --OR-- NetIDs or UserIDs A Video can have multiple access labels Applying the ‘Public’ label makes the video accessible without any authentication. Access by private URL in the works 27

28 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Learning on Demand Content Creation Demo 28 LoD Demo

29 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Next Release New website that allows branding Customizable website template for each institution. Customized display of collections per Institution Upload from your webcam. Tool for creation of smart clips (annotations) Future Release - support for secure streaming to iPads and iPhone 29 Next Release – Jan 2011

30 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, Custom templates

31 NJViD Presentation – Internet2 FMM - November 2, 2010 Contact Us George Laskaris - Sujay Daniel - NJVID - New Jersey Digital Video Repository – NJTrust – New Jersey Identity Trust Federation - RUCore – Rutgers University Community Object Repository FEDORA – Open Source Digital Repository – VALE – NJEDge – Shibboleth – 31 Updated version of this slide (if any) will be available at


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