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Education Media Online Learning and Teaching Seminar Thursday 27th January 2005 EDINA and MAAS are funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)

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1 Education Media Online Learning and Teaching Seminar Thursday 27th January 2005 EDINA and MAAS are funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)

2 Welcome and introductions Welcome Housekeeping Introductions Timetable for the day

3 Timetable 10:15Refreshments on arrival 10:30Welcome and introductions 10:45Overview of the EMOL Service 11:00Demo of EMOL film clips 11:30Comfort break 11:40How to incorporate film clips into teaching and learning 12.30Lunch 13.30Discussion session 15.30Close

4 Introduction to MAAS and EDINA

5 JISC EDINAMAAS Origins

6 MAAS Established by JISC in 2000 A partnership service of the British Universities Film & Video Council (http://www.bufvc.ac.uk/) and the Open University (http://www.open.ac.uk/)http://www.bufvc.ac.uk/http://www.open.ac.uk/ Two arms: the Managing Agent and the Advisory Service

7 MAAS The Managing Agent to acquire and promote the use of electronic moving picture and sound resources in the JISC Distributed National Electronic Resource (DNER) - or Information Environment (IE) The Advisory Service to provide information on the technical aspects regarding delivery of these resources

8 MAASs work Selection Acquiring rights Digitisation and encoding Cataloguing/metadata creation Raising awareness

9 EDINA 1983: Founded as small data library at University of Edinburgh 1995/6: Appointed a JISC national data centre in 1995/6 – with BIDS (Bath) and MIDAS (Manchester) Selected by JISC in 2002 to host and deliver 300 hours of film/video - for download

10 EDINA Guiding principles: Accessibility Outreach Interoperability

11 EDINAs work Hosting Design and development Delivery User support

12 Whats in EMOL? Currently 13 collections of film and video About 300 hours consisting of c1,200 titles, increasing to c500 hours by the end of July Films are fully downloadable, either in full or as segments

13 Whats in EMOL? Collections containing life sciences, physical sciences and engineering titles include: Biochemical Society Films of Scotland IWF Knowledge & Media GmbH Sheffield University Learning Media Unit

14 Subscriptions, Access and Support

15 Subscription Free of charge to UK further and higher education institutions (until further notice) Requires completion and signing of institutional sub-licence document Service site representative and technical support contact must be nominated and details submitted Institution can then nominate local support staff as required

16 Institution's Athens representative notified to cascade access to all local accounts Exception for restricted medical material: Individual access via Athens login and IP access; restricted medical material only available via Athens login Login via front page of service website: Prospective user must abide by Terms of Use: Access

17 Support and FAQ Service Support: (includes user guides, service demonstrations and download testing)http://www.emol.ac.uk/support/ Requirements for Local Support: tml (duties of site representative / technical support contact) tml Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

18 Video editing software Ulead in Education: Microsoft Movie Maker (Windows XP only) ates/moviemaker2.mspx iMovie (Mac only) QuickTime Pro (Mac/PC)

19 Contact details and URLs Education Media OnLine Website EDINA Helpdesk - please direct queries here Tel Fax MAAS Media Online


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