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1 Current and strategic ideas

2 Ambitious aims To build up the world leading video scientific online service that will change the current scientific education and universities model Free access to the lectures from well known conferences Free access to lectures from high reputation universities To allow free and unlimited access to high quality scientific lectures from the prominent lecturers, universities and conferences around the world To open to the researchers and students from poor, underdeveloped and third countries the access to the expensive conferences and university programmes To enrich the learning experience with the most advanced content technologies, media and devices

3 Global Impact Impact to scientific community Targeting the scientific community Research projects Conferences Impact to industries Knowledge transfer and training Impact to society Free and open, accessible to everyone Widening the scope

4 How? Combining the three communities - Leaders in their field EU universities – OpenCDN base+ semantic technologies and services on the top OCWC – standards, curricula, content Opencast– content gathering/coding/channeling software EU funded research project (3-4 years, from 3M to 10M Euros) New business models New open training organisational models Integrated solution (gather-organise-channel-comment) Semantically rich services including

5 Funding options EU funds from: ICT RTD programme CIP PSP programme Joint research funds like Eureka Support from national funds in Europe Support from investors Some expression of interest already

6 What are our strengths? Deep involvement in EU co-funded research JSI: 111 institutions only on EU RTD EU wide visibility Strategic decisions by many academic institutions to go “open” Coherent and established group of institutions in Pascal Still 4 years of funding Representatives of the most active institutions worldwide and the most prominent communities complementariness Excellent research track record (+ links) on content handling/understanding

7 Pascal coverage

8 EC Programmes ( ) (http://ec.europa.eu/grants) ICT related programmes FP7 Seventh Framework Programme on RTD (48.4 B Euros) Lifelong Learning (6.7B Euros) CIP >> Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (3.6 B Euros) Media 2007 (775M Euros) Culture 2007 (400M Euros) Other programmes Citizens for Europe >> Citizens for Europe Consumer programme >> Programme of Community action in the field of consumer policy Europe for Citizens Fiscalis Progress >> Community Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity

9 International Co-operation Science in Society Research Potential Regions of Know-ledge Research for the benefit of SMEs Research Infrastruc- tures CAPACITIES Marie Curie Actions PEOPLE European Research Council IDEAS 9. Security & Space 8. Socio-economicResearch 7. Transport 6. Environment 5. Energy 4. Nano, Materials,Production Techn. 3. ICT 2. Food, AgricultureBiotechnology 1. Health COOPERATION 7th Framework Programme € 32 B € 7.5 B € 4.7 B € 4.2 B

10 ICT programme - DL Objective ICT : Digital libraries and digital preservation a) Scalable systems and services for preserving digital content: b) Advanced preservation scenarios: Methods and tools for preserving complex objects, Intelligent digital curation and preservation systems able to learn, reason and act autonomously, c) Innovative solutions for assembling multimedia digital libraries Research under this Challenge should take into consideration relevant technologies and other results from successfully completed or ongoing projects. IP/STREP: EUR 56 million with a minimum of 50% to IPs NoE and CSA: EUR 13 million;

11 Expected Impact Significant advances in the ability to offer easily customisable access services to scientific and cultural digital resources, improving their use, experiencing and understandings; Reinforced capacity for organisations to preserve digital content in a more effective and cost-efficient manner, safeguarding the authenticity and integrity of these records; Significant reduction in the loss of irreplaceable information and new opportunities for its re-use, contributing to efficient knowledge production; Leading edge research in Europe strengthened through restructuring of the digital libraries and digital preservation research landscape. Leveraged impact of research results.

12 Key innovative aspects Context aware content (knowledge) objects (multimodal) Emergent, Networked, Communicating, Cognitive Adaptive Micro to meta structures (assembled objects – curriculum) Genuine search and visualisation methods Semantically rich methods (classifying, search, modeling, Semantically enriched content (content, methods, context) Complex space visualisation methods Distributed/scalable libraries OpenCDN Automated workflow (cost effective) Matterhorn

13 Consortia competences Knowledge and context technologies, semantics Cognitive systems Digital libraries, standards, structures Distributed content Multimodal content but video as the main driver Critical mass

14 ICT programme - TEL Objective ICT : Technology-enhanced learning Learning in the 21st Century: large-scale pilots for the design of the future classroom (exploring both technology and teaching practices, for teachers and students, their orchestration for specific, justified age groupings or subjects), supporting individualisation, collaborations, creativity and expressiveness in more active, reflective and independent learning activities. Research should address innovation in learning and teaching, the underlining change processes, relevant new summative and formative assessment methods and novel solutions supporting the active participation of a wider community of stakeholders contributing to student’s growth.

15 CIP PSP Former eContent Objective 2.4: Open access to scientific information New programme planned for 2010 Expressed interest for video content inclusion Meeting with officers planned for June 20 th Europeana

16 XGO as a case study Digital libraries and content Technology-enhanced learning Intelligent information management Internet of Services, Software and Virtualisation Radar activities Information office about current and future calls

17 Strategic project OpenCourseWare MIT + >140 Universities Curriculum, standards, quality of training OpenCourseWare MIT + >140 Universities Curriculum, standards, quality of training OpenCast Berkeley, ETH + 34 top World Universities OS for video recording at Universities VL as CDCs OpenCast Berkeley, ETH + 34 top World Universities OS for video recording at Universities VL as CDCs Open CDN Videolectures + JSI team Using University Internet links and servers Open CDN Videolectures + JSI team Using University Internet links and servers O 3 xygene

18 Envisaged results 3O stands for “Open” Open academia, Open science, Open research Open CourseWare, OpenCast, OpenCDN Open source, open models, open organisation Achieving major impact in the traditional academic setting Universities, Research organisations, Scientific conferences, Academic publishers

19 JOINT RESEARCH PROJECT CO-FUNDED BY EU + OTHER SOURCES RESEARCH Structure of the project OPENCDN (HW resource sharing) OpenCast (Integrated platform + content gathering) OCWC (Content structuring and Cognitive Authority) Training dissemination channels (videolectures, iTunesU,…) TESTING Case study 1 (University network) Case study 2 (Academic publisher) Case study 3 (Conference organiser) Case study 4 (Open content) MAN Management, dissemination, user clubs,… DEV Prototyping and Integration New business and organisational models

20 Other ideas Innovation tube First SCI video journal Virtual universities and virtual programmes Text and video understanding Gadgets: Video and stream mining Video scene recognition and automatic annotation Deep semantic search Multilingual support Advanced presentation services with direct user involvement Intelligent and self-aware knowledge objects Textual, graphical, video (audio) content integration services and enrichment


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