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Core materials to review prior to October 5/6 meeting

Variations on Video Project Narrative (PDF)

Gary Handman. (2010). License to Look: Evolving Models for Library Video Acquisition and Access. Library Trends, 58(3), 324-334. doi:10.1353/lib.0.0094  

Library Copyright Alliance. (2010). Streaming of Films for Educational Purposes (Issue Brief). Retrieved from


EVIA Software Development - The EVIA Digital Archive Project.


For further reading

If you know of other relevant materials, please add them below under the appropriate categories.

Articles, reports

Bennett, M. (2010). Digital Asset Management (DAM) Planning/Implementation Survey (8/1/10 - 8/31/10). UConn Libraries Published Works. Retrieved from 

Bennett, P. N., & Glover, P. (2008). Video streaming: Implementation and evaluation in an undergraduate nursing program. Nurse Education Today, 28(2), 253-258. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2007.04.005 

Casey, M. (2010). Indiana University Bloomington: Media Preservation Survey. A report.

Center for Social Media, American University. (n.d.). Code of Best Practices in fair Use for Media Literacy Education. Retrieved from

De Stefano, P., & Jimenez, M. (2007). Commercial Video Collections: A Preservation Survey of the Avery Fisher Center Collection at NYU. The Moving Image, 7(2), 55-82.  

Friedland, G., & Pauls, K. (2005). Architecting multimedia environments for teaching. Computer, 38(6), 57-64. doi:10.1109/MC.2005.181  [MAY DELETE THIS ONE; SOME INTERESTING GENERAL POINTS BUT THE TECH IS OUTDATED, ETC.]

Handman, G., & Daressa, L. (2008, August 28). Streamed Video Licensing: Issues and Challenges for Sellers and Buyers. White paper, National Media Market Discussion Forum. Retrieved from

Hoek, D. (2009). The Download Dilemma. American Libraries. Retrieved from 

Hogab Kang, Keunyoung Lee, Taehyun Kim, & Xin Wang. (2009). MPEG-21 and Its Interoperability with Rights-Information Standards. Multimedia, IEEE, 16(1), 94-99. doi:10.1109/MMUL.2009.14

Ingerman, B. L., & Yang, C. (2010). Top-Ten IT Issues, 2010. EDUCAUSE Review, 45(3), 46-60. Review/EDUCAUSEReviewMagazineVolume45/TopTenITIssues2010/205503

Intelligent Television, Kaufman, P., & Mohan, J. (2008). The Economics of Independent Film and Video DIstribution in the Digital Age. Retrieved from

Kim, Y., Ahronheim, J., Suzuka, K., King, L. E., Bruell, D., Miller, R., & Johnson, L. (2007). Enterprise Digital Asset Management System Pilot: Lessons Learned. Information Technology and Libraries, 26(4), 4-16.

Rhind-Tutt, S., Farrelly, D., & LaGuardia, C. (2010, May 4). Video lin the Library: Trends and Best Practices. Webcast hosted by Alexander Street Press and Library Journal. Retrieved from

Rogge, B., Bekaert, J., & Van de Walle, R. (2004). Timing issues in multimedia formats: review of the principles and comparison of existing formats. Multimedia, IEEE Transactions on, 6(6), 910-924. doi:10.1109/TMM.2004.835213

Russell, C. (2010). The Best of Copyright and VideoLib. Library Trends, 58(3), 349-357. doi:10.1353/lib.0.0095  

The Library of Congress Unlocks The Ultimate Archive System - Creative COW.

Timmerer, C., Chiariglione, F., Preda, M., & Doncel, V. (2010). Accelerating the Media Business with MPEG Extensible Middleware. Multimedia, IEEE, 17(3), 74-78. doi:10.1109/MMUL.2010.52  

UCLA faculty principles on the use of streaming videos and other educational content. (2010, February 16).

Projects, systems, specifications


Kaltura Integration guides.

Open Annotation Collaboration.

Open Video Player

Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL 3.0).