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Illinois Guest Post on Indiana University’s Media Preservation Initiative Blog
Recently I was asked by Mike Casey, head of the Media Preservation Initiative at Indiana University, to write a guest piece for the media preservation blog at IU. My post, published a few weeks back, is part of a series of guest posts on the new trend in media preservation programs at academic libraries. Also […]
Seminar – Intellectual Property (IP) and Copyright – sponsored by the Bureau of Educational Research and the Office of Technology Management
Please read below for a great opportunity to learn more about intellectual Property and Copyright WHERE: Room 242, Education Building WHEN: Wednesday, December 5 12:00 – 1:00 PM PRESENTERS: Yzzer Roman, MBA Candidate An MBA candidate with an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering, Yzzer worked for over 7 years in building design industry prior to […]
A Minute With Library Kyle Rimkus on Digital Archiving and the Law
Editor’s note: In what has been described as a major victory for the digital humanities, a federal court earlier this month ruled against the Authors Guild in favor of the HathiTrust, a massive digital archive of library materials converted from print that is co-owned and managed by a partnership of more than 60 academic institutions, […]
Indiana University researcher may have found the oldest record in the world
IU sound media historian Patrick Feaster’s find in stacks at Wells Library could represent oldest record in world. Watch the video.
YouTube may charge for some videos
From the Chicago Tribune: YouTube is exploring selling subscriptions to access to some of its video offerings, potentially providing a way for certain cable channels to be available outside the traditional “bundles” offered by cable network providers, said YouTube boss Salar Kamangar. More
UCLA Athletics Deploys New Archive Workflow Solution
UCLA Athletics Deploys New Archive Workflow Solution — Campus Technology. Here’s a very interesting article about a university losing valuable media due to a less than comprehensive archiving strategy. This is a critical area the library working on with support of the CME. Phase One of the Media Census, the first stage of getting a […]
A Bit Off of the Beaten Path: DIY Gramophone
This caught my eye while flipping through my RSS feeds. While not terribly practical it is a fun looking project for the vintage audio folks amongst us. Basically it’s a cool deco looking base and platter made of plywood with a folded paper horn. It a passive design and only uses electricity (battery or AC) to […]
Federal appeals court bans enforcement of Illinois eavesdropping law
More at http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-federal-appeals-court-strikes-down-illinois-eavesdropping-law-20120508,0,2406008.story
Do You Edit Video On the iPad?
If you have an iPad and have any curiosity in video (that would be you if you’re reading this site) you most likely have tried iMovie. It was nice but the interface bugged me a bit. However there’s a new option out there and it’s from AVID. Yes AVID. Engadget has a good write up […]
Community Tour: NCSA’S Advanced Visualization Laboratory
CME member Jeff Carpenter is hosting a tour of amazing 3-D visualizations produced by the Advanced Visualization Laboratory on April 2 at 1p. The group will meet in the atrium of the NCSA building. For more information please see the website for NCSA’S Advanced Visualization Laboratory.
Early sound recording experiments heard for the first time!
Working alongside scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California and specialists from the Library of Congress, curators and researchers at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History have successfully played back some of the earliest audio recordings in the collection. Testing groundbreaking digital techniques on some of Alexander Graham Bell’s earliest audio […]
Ebertfest Preview Video
Take a look at the News Bureau’s preview of Ebertfest 2012
Internet Archive Posts Trove of Public Domain HD Video
Digitized from 35mm original negatives and release prints dating back to the first decade of the 20th century, these unedited sequences were shot for feature films but never used. Studio librarians saved them for use in future productions, and now you can download and use them yourself in a variety of formats, including 720p HD, […]
AMD invests in video communications startup Nuvixa; company founded by Illinois faculty and students
Venture Beat (San Francisco, March 5) — Advanced Micro Devices has made an investment in video communications startup Nuvixa. The company is investing in Nuvixa so that the startup can continue work on its StagePresence video presentation tool, which extracts a human presenter from any background and embeds him or her in a digital desktop […]
University Acquires 10,000-plus Streaming Videos
Faculty and staff members and students at the UI now have 24/7 online access to 12 discipline-specific video collections, which together include more than 10,000 full-length streaming videos — all cross-searchable from a single interface. See what’s in the collection.
A Student’s Perspective on the Benefits of Video Capture at Conferences
An opinion piece from the Daily Illini that explains the importance to students of being able to “attend” a conference via video capture: http://www.dailyillini.com/index.php/article/2012/02/video_lectures_uses_extend_past_classroom
Upcoming Digital Copyright Talks: Kevin Smith, Duke University
Come and hear Kevin Smith from Duke University in two presentation on digital copyright. This event is by the Office of the CIO and the Library. Additional Information from eLearning@Illinois Blog Morning Talk: Copyright Issues in Teaching and Learning: the Digital Difference. Friday Feb 10th, 10am – 12 noon Venue: 3405 Siebel Afternoon Talk: Current […]
Videoconferencing Facilities on Campus
Videoconferencing Facilities on Campus (Updated on Jan. 13, 2012) Office of Online and Professional Engineering Programs provides videoconferencing service. Call 333–6634 or visit http://online.engineering.illinois.edu/ NCSA provides videoconferencing services. Users can contact eventservices at ncsa.illinois.edu or make a request here: http://events.ncsa.illinois.edu/ ‘Service descriptions and more information’ http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/AboutUs/Facilities/events.html Chemistry has videoconferencing facilities. (contact wallbaum at illinois.edu) Psychology […]