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May 15, 2007

About the Speakers

Peter Brantley is Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation.

Catherine M. Casserly is Program Officer in Education at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Karen Colbron is Manager, Media Library and Archives, Digital Access Management Initiative, WGBH.

John Dehlin is Director of the OpenCourseWare Consortium based at MIT.

Margaret Drain is Vice President of National Programming at WGBH.

Michael Fegan is Chief Information Officer at MATRIX at Michigan State University.

John Frankfurt is Educational Technologist at the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Paul Gerhardt is Executive Director of the BBC Creative Archive.

Obadiah T. Greenberg, now at YouTube, helped to launch UC Berkeley’s iTunes service.

Mara Hancock is Associate Director of Learning Systems at the University of California – Berkeley’s Educational Technology Center.

Ben Hubbard is Special Events & Video Services Manager at the University of California – Berkeley’s Educational Technology Center.

Dean Jansen is Special Projects Coordinator at the Participatory Culture Foundation.

Jane D. Johnson is Library of Congress MIC Project Manager.

Richard Kahlenberg is the founding archivist of the American Film Institute and Editor of TVSmarts.com.

Andrea Kalas is Head of Preservation at the British Film Institute National Archive.

Susan L. Kantrowitz is Vice President and General Counsil of WGBH.

Peter B. Kaufman is President and CEO of Intelligent Television and Associate Director of the Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning.

Ryan Kelsey is Associate Director for Education and Research at the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Diana E. E. Kleiner is Dunham Professor of History of Art and Classics at Yale University and Director of Yale’s Open Educational Resources Video Lecture Project.

Michael Kubit is Director of MediaVision at Case Western Reserve University.

Paul Lawrence is Director of the Center for Media and Instructional Innovation at Yale University.

Donna Liu is Founder and Executive Director of the University Channel Project at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.

Thomas Lucas is a director and producer and President of Thomas Lucas Productions.

Richard E. Lucier is Director of the Scholarly Communications Institute.

Dan Lukash is Senior Program Officer at the Institute of Museums and Library Services.

A. Maurice Matiz is Vice Executive Director and Director of Technology at the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Frank A. Moretti is Executive Director of the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Josh Nathan is General Counsel at Thirteen/WNET.

Brian Newman is Executive Director of ReNew Media.

Mark Phillipson is Coordinator of Teaching, Learning, and Library Services at the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Rick Prelinger, writer, archivist, filmmaker, is founder of the Prelinger Archives, co-founder of the Prelinger Library, and Board President of the Internet Archive

Michael Preston is Educational Technologist at the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Dean Rehberger is an Associate Director of MATRIX and also Associate Professor in the department of Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures at Michigan State University.

Patricia Renfro is the Deputy University Librarian at Columbia University.

Jessica Rowe is Associate Educational Technologist at the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University.

Colin Rhinesmith is Digital Media Producer at Berkman Center for Internet & Society at the Harvard Law School.

Nan Rubin is Project Director, Preserving Digital Public Television, at Thirteen/WNET.

Eric Saltzman, a lawyer and filmmaker, is a member of the Board of Directors of Creative Commons.

Stacey Seltzer is the Senior VP of Content Strategy, Acquisition and Operations for Joost.

Scott Shunk is Project Director of Visualizing Cultures at MIT.

Abram Stern, aka Aphid, is a co-founder of the Metavid Project at the University of California Santa Cruz.

Judy Stern is User Interaction Designer at University of California – Berkeley’s Educational Technology Center.

Shen Tong is the founder and President of VFinity.

Jeff Ubois is Director of Archiving and Access Solutions at Intelligent Television.

David Weinstein is Senior Program Officer in the Division of Public Programs at the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Murray Weston is Director of the British Universities Film and Video Council.

Curtis Wong is Principal Researcher and Manager of the Microsoft Next Media Research Group.


The conference is now fully registered. All sessions will be videotaped and made available on the web site shortly after the conference. Links will be placed on the conference program.

Columbia Center for New Media Teaching & Learning
505 Butler Library
535 West 114th Street, Mail Code 1130
New York, NY 10027
Contact: Briana Ferrigno, Conference Planner
Tel: 212.854.7783
Email: ccnmtl@columbia.edu

Intelligent Television, Inc.
225 Duke Ellington Blvd.
New York, NY 10025
Tel: 212.316.5494
Email: pbk@intelligenttv.com

May 22, 2007

Welcoming remarks

Frank Moretti, Columbia University
Cathy Casserly, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television (presentation)

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Video and education – new worlds

Appreciating the new role of video in education

Peter Brantley, Digital Library Federation (presentation)
Murray Weston, British Universities Film and Video Council (presentation)
Paul Gerhardt, BBC Creative Archive (presentation)

Featured links
"A Fair(y) Use Tale"

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Keynote address

Remarks from a recovered archivist and filmmaker
Rick Prelinger, Prelinger Archives and Internet Archive

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Production – university best practices

A review of several among many innovative university productions

John Frankfurt and Mark Phillipson, CCNMTL (presentation 1) and (presentation 2)
Diana E. E. Kleiner, Yale OER VLP, and Paul Lawrence, CMI2 (presentation)
Scott Shunk and Ellen Sebring, Visualizing Cultures, MIT (MIT Visualizing Cultures)
Mike Kubit, MediaVision, Case Western (presentation)

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Production – producer best practices

Exemplary educational productions from outside the academy

Margaret Drain, WGBH (presentation)
Thomas Lucas, Thomas Lucas Productions (presentation)
Curtis Wong, Microsoft

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Distribution – platforms and technologies – best practices

Distribution options and best practices for educational video

Obie Greenberg, Google/YouTube
Stacey Seltzer, Joost
Donna Liu, University Channel/Princeton University (presentation)
Ben Hubbard, University of California – Berkeley (presentation)

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Archiving – best practices

Accessing educational video archives

Karen Colbron, WGBH (presentation)
Jane Johnson, Library of Congress (presentation)
Andrea Kalas, British Film Institute (presentation)

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Archiving and production – best practices

New approaches to bringing production and archival sensibilities more closely together

Michael Smolens, DotSUB (dotSub.com)
Jeff Ubois, Intelligent Television
Nan Rubin, Thirteen/WNET

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May 23, 2007

Video and open content

The expanding role of video in the open content movement

John Dehlin, Open CourseWare Consortium (presentation)

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Video, education, and the law – best practices

Rights and other legal considerations for producers, distributors, and consumers

Eric Saltzman, Creative Commons (Creative Commones)
Josh Nathan, Thirteen/WNET (presentation)
Susan L. Kantrowitz, WGBH

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Technology – best practices

Technology issues at the intersection of video and education

Maurice Matiz, CCNMTL
Shen Tong, VFinity (presentation)
Abram Stern, UCSC/Metavid (Metavid Demo)

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Teaching and learning – best practices

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 (presentations)
Judy Stern, University of California – Berkeley (presentations)

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Research and scholarly communication – best practices

The research agenda for the role of moving images in education

Richard Lucier, Scholarly Communications Institute (presentation)
Patricia Renfro, Columbia University Libraries (presentation)
Richard Kahlenberg, TVSmarts.com (TVSmarts.com)

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Finance – agendas and best practices

The economics of educational video production and distribution

David Weinstein, National Endowment for the Humanities
Dan Lukash, Institute of Museums and Library Services (presentation)
Brian Newman, Renew Media (presentation)

David Weinstein (ok-dweinstein@neh.gov)
Digital Humanities Initiative: http://www.neh.gov/grants/digitalhumanities.html

Brian Newman:
Five anniversary films: http://renewmedia.org/joomla/content/view/58/36/lang,en/

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Next steps I - new structures and efficiencies

Exploring new potential collaborations in the field
Frank Moretti, CCNMTL presentation
Mara Hancock, University of California – Berkeley presentation

Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television, CCNMTL

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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

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About May 2007

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