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TIB AV-Portal

The TIB AV-Portal is a web-based platform for quality-tested scientific videos from the realms of technology/engineering, architecture, chemistry, information technology, mathematics and physics. Amongst other things, the videos portray computer visualisations, learning material, simulations, experiments, interviews, and recordings of lectures and conferences. A key feature of the portal is the use of different automated video analyses. The added value: these video analyses enable pinpoint searches within the video content.

The Competence Centre for Non-Textual Materials at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) started developing the portal in cooperation with the Hasso Plattner Institute for Software Systems Engineering, in July 2011. The TIB AV-Portal went online in spring 2014.

The TIB AV-Portal can be used to search easily for scientific videos from the fields of science and technology, and to cite and publish such videos in a simple manner. In addition, numerous videos can be downloaded, licensed or ordered on DVD.

The TIB AV-Portal focuses mainly on scientific videos from the six core subjects of the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB):

Technology/Engineering
Architecture
Chemistry
Information Technology
Mathematics
Physics

In 2012, TIB acquired the media stock of IWF gGmbH. In addition to videos from the realms of science and technology, this stock also contains videos from the following subject areas:

Biology
Ethnology
Geological Sciences
History
Arts and Media
Medicine
Sports
Environmental Sciences/Ecology

Scientific videos mainly from TIB’s core subjects will be newly acquired for the TIB AV-Portal.

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Technology/Engineering
Architecture
Chemistry
Information Technology
Mathematics
Physics
Biology
Ethnology
Geological Sciences
History
Arts and Media
Medicine
Sports
Environmental Sciences/Ecology

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Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) Welfengarten 1 B, 30167 Hannover Postfach 6080, 30060 Hannover

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Europeana: Hostory Video and Photography

Explore stories, films and historical material about the First World War and contribute your own family history. Europeana 1914-1918 mixes resources from libraries and archives across the globe with memories and memorabilia from families throughout Europe. Discover. Learn. Research. Use. Share.

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RTÉ Archives: repository

RTÉ Archives hold hundreds of thousands of hours of moving image and sound recordings together with significant collections of photographs, and documents. RTÉ Archives contain a unique record of Irish life and we have created exhibitions where you can look at and listen to content from our collections.

INA in France (French national film archive)

Ina.fr est la plateforme vidéo grand public qui permet de visionner, de commenter et de partager plus de 350 000 documents télé et radio.

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L'Ina est une entreprise publique culturelle de l'audiovisuel chargée de la sauvegarde, de la valorisation et de la transmission de notre patrimoine audiovisuel.

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The Open Video Project

The purpose of the Open Video Project is to collect and make available a repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities. Researchers can use the video to study a wide range of problems, such as tests of algorithms for automatic segmentation, summarization, and creation of surrogates that describe video content; the development of face recognition algorithms; or creating and evaluating interfaces that display result sets from multimedia queries. Because researchers attempting to solve similar problems will have access to the same video content, the repository is also intended to be used as a test collection that will enable systems to be compared, similar to the way the TREC conferences are used for text retrieval.

This repository is hosted as one of the first channels of the Internet 2 Distributed Storage Infrastructure Initiative, a project that supports distributed repository hosting for research and education in the Internet 2 community.
The Open Video Project began in 1998 with the development of a basic framework and the digitization of the initial content, about 195 video segments. Additional video was also contributed by the CMU Informedia Project, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the Prelinger Archives. This first stage of this project also included entering metadata for each segment into a database, and creating this Web site to enable researchers to access the available video.
In the next stage of the project, the project continues to add video segments to the repository, expanding both the available formats (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and QuickTime) and genre characterics (student television, anthropological footage, technology demonstrations) of the video. As part of its work at UNC's Interaction Design Lab, it is also doing research on creating innovative interfaces to the video repository that enable users to more easily search, browse, preview, and evaluate the video in the collection.

Copyright Issues
The Open Video repository provides video clips from a variety of sources, especially various video programs obtained from U.S. government agencies such as the U.S. Records and Archives Administration and NASA. Although the government agency videos were produced with public funds and are freely available from the Archives, no copyright clearance has been obtained for audio or video elements in these productions. The project encourages researchers to use the data under fair use for research purposes. Those wishing to use these video clips in any commercial enterprise must bear the burden of obtaining copyright clearances.

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• Documentary [494]
• Educational [1263]
• Ephemeral [2079]
• Historical [187]
• Lecture [33]
• Other [6]
• Public Service [17]
Duration
•Less than 1 minute [264]
•1 to 2 minutes [440]
•2 to 5 minutes [746]
•5 to 10 minutes [701]
•More than 10 minutes [1627]
Color
• In color [2105]
• In black & white [1974]
Sound
• With sound [3681]
• Silent [398]
Collections
• University of Maryland HCIL Open House Video Reports
• The Informedia Project at Carnegie Mellon University
• Internet Moving Images Archive
• 2001 TREC Video Retrieval Test Collection
• CHI Video Retrospective
• Digital Himalaya Project
• NASA K-16 Science Education Programs
• William R. Ferris Collection
• Miscellaneous
• Salton Lecture
• National Archives
• Edison Video
• The HHMI Holiday Lectures on Science
• Johns Hopkins U
• CSCW Video
• SIGGRAPH Video
• UIST Video
• UBICOMP Video
• Densho Video
• LABRI-ANR ICOS-HD
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CSCW Video
This collection contains 37 videos.
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The Open Video Project is sponsored by and developed at the Interaction Design Laboratory at the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. The project is supervised by Dr. Gary Marchionini and Dr. Barbara M. Wildemuth and currently developed primarily by Dr. Gary Geisler and Yaxiao Song. People who used to be actively involved in the developing team include Rich Gruss, Meng Yang, Xiangming Mu, Anthony Hughes, Thomas Tolleson, and Curtis Webster. The initial framework for the repository was developed by Laura Slaughter as part of the Baltimore Learning Community Project at the University of Maryland and she collected and digitized much of the first stage of video content. Please contact the project if you have suggestions, questions, video to contribute, or would like more information about the project.

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Creative Commons - Get Creative

Get Creative is a short (6 mins) film that covers the basics of Creative Commons: it starts off with the example of an album of the White Stripes and then continues to explain how Creatove Commons turns the copyright issue around by encouraging people to make their media reusable from the stage of creation. Excellent introduction and promotion of CC.

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Creative Commons

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Presentations atelier webdocumentaire MEDEA

Sur cette page vous trouverez les présentations filmées et les fichiers (ppt) utilisés lors de l'atelier ainsi que le programme.
Cet atelier a été réalisé dans le cadre du projet MEDEA 2020 avec la collaboration de l'université numérique thématique AUNEGE. le titre de l'atelier "Concevoir et utiliser un web documentaire comme ressource pédagogique"

communicationspace+ the media + communication studies network

Communicationspace is a multidimensional online network, based on a Ning community platform, for the media and communication studies academic communities. Sponsored by SAGE, the site is open to anyone studying or researching in media studies, mass communication, journalism, new media, games studies, interpersonal communication and the many other communication studies fields. It is created for students and researchers to network and share research, resources and debates.

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Mila Steele, Commissioning Editor SAGE John Paul Gutierrez, Publishing Editor SAGE Delta L.M Ndou, Community Manager SAGE

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IEEE.tv

IEEE.tv is an Internet-based television network that produces and delivers special-interest programming about technology and engineering for the benefit of IEEE's member and the general public. The channel was launched in August 2006 and has since then produced a large number of award-winning content and live streaming programmes of key IEEE events. The catalogue of programs includes videos on for example wind power, biomedical engineering, and on recycling computer and electronic products, with monthly additions in HD.

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Quel rôle pour les ressources vidéos en ligne dans une perspective actionnelle de l'apprentissage des langues ?

Dans le cadre du module 'Analyse de Ressources Pédagogiques Multimédias' du Master AIGEME, les étudiants s’interrogent sur l'apport pédagogique de la vidéo. Certains travaux, d'une qualité particulièrement élevée, ont été sélectionnés pour figurer dans la base de données MEDEA. Extrait de l'introduction :
"J'ai choisi de présenter ici deux ressources en Français Langue Etrangère qui, sans constituer nécessairement des tâches à part entière, me semblent néanmoins être intéressantes dans le cadre de cette réflexion dans la mesure où elles contribuent par la vidéo à la mise en scène du contexte d'utilisation de la langue cible. Il s'agit de deux ressources ayant pour objectif de préparer les étudiants étrangers aux études en France. Les activités sont donc une préparation aux tâches qu'auront à accomplir les étudiants pendant leurs études en France. Je propose dans cette analyse d'étudier les fonctions des vidéos utilisées et les choix opérés par les équipes de réalisation, notamment les choix effectués entre documents authentiques et pédagogisés (« pédagogisés » : créés dans un but pédagogique). Ceci permettra de voir en quoi ces vidéos ressortissent éventuellement à une approche actionnelle de l'apprentissage des langues."

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Aline Filiot, étudiante en Master AIGEME à l'Université Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle (2010-2011)

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