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Past Event
April 27, 2023

Teaching with Streaming Video

Understanding Instructional Practices, Challenges, and Support Needs

On Wednesday, April 26 at 11 am ET, a Choice 360 webinar sponsored by ProQuest will answer the question: What challenges and opportunities does streaming video present for academic libraries and faculty? The session will focus on an Ithaka S+R research project conducted in collaboration with 24 academic institutions on teaching with streaming video and implications for academic libraries and faculty. Tune in to hear from Ruby MacDougall, Sarah Brennan, and Kathleen McLellan. Register here.
Past Event
March 16, 2023

Problems and Possibilities for Integrating Recorded Video Content into Scholarly Publications

Thanks to COVID-19, thousands of conference presentations and lectures are being recorded, making it possible for them to be transformed into reproducible intellectual content. Publishers are exploring ways to integrate these recordings into scholarly publication, while scholarly societies and vendors are developing plans to monetize recordings by licensing them to university libraries. At this ACRL 2023 session, Dylan Ruediger will present a paper exploring the possibilities and pitfalls of recorded video as a scholarly output, with an eye towards understanding…
Past Event
October 4, 2022

The Growing Importance of Video in Scholarly Publishing

On October 4 at 10 am ET, Dylan Ruediger will participate in a webinar on the use of video content across the scholarly community. Hosted by HighWire as part of the Best Practice Webinar series, the session will include discussion on video and audio metadata guidelines, event streaming and video conference as part of the scholarly record, tagging and taxonomy for video, metadata standards and best practices, as well as an audience Q&A. Learn more and register here.
Blog Post
May 9, 2012

Video Series on Sustaining Digital Resources

Since 2007, Ithaka S+R and the Strategic Content Alliance¬†(SCA) have been working together to examine the challenges that the academic and cultural heritage communities face in making sure that the digital resources they create will endure and provide value well beyond their initial creation. These short videos offer an introduction to our research on the sustainability of digital resources, and include useful guidance for those managing projects at universities, museums, and libraries. Feel free to view, embed or…