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University of Surrey Information Services PATRON and PatronMark: negotiating and protecting rights in a higher education environment. Presented by Dr Liz.

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1 University of Surrey Information Services PATRON and PatronMark: negotiating and protecting rights in a higher education environment. Presented by Dr Liz Lyon and Jon Maslin University of Surrey Information Services

2 Background Pilot projects Improved access Audio and video on-demand Simultaneous delivery of sound/video and music scores/dance notation Creation of a digital multi-media resource Interactive learning environment

3 University of Surrey Information Services The digital resource Course materials Rights Music scores, scanned images Audio - MPEG 1 layer 3 Video - MPEG 1 Integrity Metadata

4 University of Surrey Information Services Critical rights issues User environment –Defined user group –Limited to campus access –Defined methods of use e.g. no printing Application –Educational –Clearly stated Testbed opportunity

5 University of Surrey Information Services Methods Advice from experts Identified rights holders –Can be difficult with some video –Initial uncertainty of some owners Contacted Industry bodies –MPA –Music Alliance - MCPS, PRS Maintained database of all requests –from initial stages to delivery

6 University of Surrey Information Services The Patron application Server accessible by password over campus network Integrate media types in a browser environment Applications –Individual study, tutorials –Lectures and presentations Tools for access –fine granularity –repeated playing –integration, re-combining

7 University of Surrey Information Services Implications 1 Distribution medium –another source of revenue for rights owners –usage info for marketing purposes Rights management –resource sharing –Digital Object Identifiers –Metadata structure

8 University of Surrey Information Services Implications 2 New intellectual property creation –contextual documents –screen designs own rights issues

9 University of Surrey Information Services Conclusions - Our requirements 1 Access –Source location, location not necessarily critical –Implies some commonality e.g. unique identifier Rights clearance –Blanket agreement: for a defined market and application –Fast & economical –Virtual one-stop shop

10 University of Surrey Information Services Conclusions - Our requirements 2 Metadata –Access to common core –Local provision of detail Licence agreements –Controlled/budgeted costs –not per use –site and application licence Protection –of rights owners –of providers

11 University of Surrey Information Services Watermarking Authentication: identifies owner/provider Audit trail of use Deterrent Protects and reassures

12 University of Surrey Information Services PatronMark Background Product testing and evaluation Results –Audio: batch processing –Images: music scores –Video Operational testbed

13 University of Surrey Information Services More information Contacts: –Dr Elizabeth Lyon: –Jon Maslin: Web sites: –www.lib.surrey.ac.uk/patron2/ –www.lib.surrey.ac.uk/patronmark/

14 University of Surrey Information Services Application: resource based learning Subject expert orientated –user controlled content, format –common web environment: Word, HTML editor Programme control –specialised media functions –e.g. audio fade in, fade out –images zoom, pan, track


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