MAKING DIGITAL ASSETS ACCESSIBLE WITHOUT BREAKING THE LAW
Tripleplay (UNITED KINGDOM)
About this paper:
Appears in: EDULEARN14 Proceedings
Publication year: 2014
Page: 4389 (abstract only)
Conference name: 6th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 7-9 July, 2014
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Abstract:With the dawn of digital technologies and the growth in numbers of mobile devices and improvement in access to the internet, educational establishments and staff are having to find ways to utilise media to connect with students.
Bitesize video has long been a 'buzz' term in the industry, but now with BYOD emerging as a trend thoughts have turned to issues of control. Ensuring content is only accessed by who we want, when we want them to and from where we want them to. Streamed media makes things simple, but also creates copyright problems and digital sovereignty concerns.
Tripleplay will look at how video has been used in education over the past decades, the challenges it has brought for learning establishments and the benefits it has to students and will discuss how evolutions in technology actually prevented its use. And how modern challenges have brought digital asset management to the forefront of thinking.
Keywords: Digital, Video, Libraries, Media, Asset, Management, IPTV, Streaming