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March 18, 2007

Restaurants in Morningside Heights

Bengal Cafe
1028 Amsterdam Ave (bet 110th & 111th Sts)

2836 Broadway

The Heights
2867 Broadway (bet 111th & 112th Sts)

1272 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY
(212) 267-6740

2957 Broadway (at 116th St)
(212) 932-3300

Radio Perfecto Uptown
1187 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY
(212) 932-0707

Strokos Pizza & Deli
American & Italian
1090 Amsterdam Ave (at 114th St)
(212) 666-2121

Terrace in the Sky
French Mediterranean
400 W. 119th St.

2850 Broadway, near 110th
(212) 665-2916

V & T Pizza
(212) 663-1708
1024 Amsterdam Ave, btwn 110th & 111th

Havana Central
2911 Broadway, btwn 113th & 114th Sts
(212) 662-8830

For more info, see City Search - New York City

March 23, 2007

Wednesday, May 23

8:30 a.m. Registration and coffee
9:00 a.m. Video and open content more...
The expanding role of video in the open content movement
John Dehlin, Open CourseWare Consortium
10:00 a.m. Video, education, and the law – best practices more...
Rights and other legal considerations for producers, distributors, and consumers
Eric Saltzman, Creative Commons
Josh Nathan, Thirteen/WNET
10:45 a.m. Coffee
11:00 a.m. Technology – best practices more...
Technology issues at the intersection of video and education
Maurice Matiz, CCNMTL
Shen Tong, VFinity
Abram Stern, UCSC/Metavid
11:45 a.m. Teaching and learning – best practices more...
Examples of the purposeful use of video in the university
Frank Moretti, John Frankfurt, Michael Preston, CCNMTL
Dean Rehberger and Michael Fegan, Michigan State University
Judy Stern, University of California – Berkeley
1:00 p.m. Lunch
Roundtables organized by subject/discipline
English – Mark Phillipson, CCNMTL; producer TBD
International affairs – John Frankfurt, CCNMTL; producer, TBD
Music – Michael Preston, CCNMTL; producer TBD
Science – Ryan Kelsey, CCNMTL, producer, TBD
Social work – Jessica Rowe, CCNMTL; producer, TBD
2:00 p.m. Research and scholarly communication – best practices more...
The research agenda for the role of moving images in education
Richard Lucier, Scholarly Communications Institute
Patricia Renfro, Columbia University Libraries
Richard Kahlenberg,
2:30 p.m. Finance – agendas and best practices more...
The economics of educational video production and distribution
David Weinstein, National Endowment for the Humanities
Dan Lukash, Institute of Museums and Library Services
Brian Newman, Renew Media
3:15p.m. Coffee
3:45 p.m. Next steps I - new structures and efficiencies
Exploring new potential collaborations in the field
Frank Moretti, CCNMTL
Mara Hancock, University of California – Berkeley
Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television, CCNMTL
4:15 p.m. Next steps II – opening code and content
Future directions for making educational video openly available
Rick Prelinger, Prelinger Archives
Dean Jansen, Participatory Culture Foundation
Colin Rhinesmith, Berkman Center, Harvard Law School
5:00 p.m. Meeting ends

March 29, 2007

Tuesday, May 22

8:30 a.m. Registration and coffee
9:00 a.m. Welcoming remarks more...
Frank Moretti, CCNMTL
Cathy Casserly, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television, CCNMTL
9:45 a.m. Video and education – new worlds more...
Appreciating the new role of video in education
Peter Brantley, Digital Library Federation
Murray Weston, British Universities Film and Video Council
Paul Gerhardt, BBC Creative Archive
10:30 a.m. Keynote address more...
Remarks from a recovered archivist and filmmaker
Rick Prelinger, Prelinger Archives and Internet Archive
11:00 a.m. Coffee
11:30 a.m. Production – university best practices more...
A review of several among many innovative university productions
John Frankfurt and Mark Phillipson, CCNMTL
Diana E. E. Kleiner, Yale OER VLP, and Paul Lawrence, CMI2
Scott Shunk and Ellen Sebring, Visualizing Cultures, MIT
Mike Kubit, MediaVision, Case Western
12:30 p.m. Lunch
1:30 p.m. Production – producer best practices more...
Exemplary educational productions from outside the academy
Margaret Drain, WGBH
Thomas Lucas, Thomas Lucas Productions
Curtis Wong, Microsoft
2:30 p.m. Distribution – platforms and technologies – best practices more...
Distribution options and best practices for educational video
Obie Greenberg, Google/YouTube
Stacey Seltzer, Joost
Donna Liu, University Channel/Princeton University
Ben Hubbard, University of California – Berkeley
3:30 p.m. Coffee
4:00 p.m. Archiving – best practices more...
Accessing educational video archives
Karen Colbron, WGBH
Jane Johnson, Library of Congress
Andrea Kalas, British Film Institute
4:45 p.m. Archiving and production – best practices more...
New approaches to bringing production and archival sensibilities more closely together
Jeff Ubois, Intelligent Television
Nan Rubin, Thirteen/WNET
6:30 p.m. Drinks reception

March 30, 2007


229 West 58th Street
800 964-6835

356 West 58th Street
212 554-6000

201 West 79th Street at Amsterdam Avenue
212 875-1000

2178 Broadway at 77th Street
212 362-1100

One Central Park West
212 299-1000

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