The Spring 2013 version of Mediathread, CCNMTL’s open-source platform for exploration, analysis, and organization of web-based multimedia content, was recently released and is now in use at Columbia University. The new version features a redesigned home page and cleaner interface, as well as a site tour for new users.
In addition, a new Course Migration feature was added that allows instructors to port all or selected assignments, compositions, items, and annotations from a previous semester’s Mediathread site into a new one.
Since launching in Fall 2010, Mediathread has been used in over 200 classes at Columbia University, helping students to analyze multimedia materials closely across a wide array of schools and departments. The platform is now also running at several other institutions, including MIT, Dartmouth, Wesleyan, Georgia Tech, and the American University in Cairo.
The code for Mediathread is freely available at https://github.com/ccnmtl/mediathread. More information, including a demo video, is available at mediathread.ccnmtl.columbia.edu. Columbia University instructors can get started with Mediathread by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jun-28-2013: Mediathread Presented at Digital Content Workshop in Philadelphia
Jun-25-2013: CCNMTL Presents Mediathread Data at Columbia Libraries Assessment Forum
May-28-2013: Get Ready to Dive In! Mediathread Summer 2013 Release is Here
Feb-13-2013: CCNMTL Staff Present Mediathread at THATCamp CAA “Unconference”
Sep-10-2012: New Privacy Options, Remodeled Collections In Fall Mediathread Release
Jun-26-2012: NMC Conference Attendees Get Hands-on with Mediathread
May-31-2012: New Mediathread Release Features “Sliding” Panels Interface
Jan-20-2012: Updated Version of Mediathread Released
Sep-20-2011: Fall 2011 Version of Mediathread Released
Apr-15-2011: Anthology Features Chapter on Video Annotations
Apr-08-2011: Toward Open Standards for Digital Annotations
Mar-08-2011: New Features Added to Mediathread
Sep-30-2010: CCNMTL Presents at the Open Video Conference on October 2