Reserves Coordinator/Staff; Project service manager; Archivist; Librarian
Functional Module
request mgmtcreates digitization request
authorization, access control, groupingcreates reserve list
publishingmakes a requested clip available to faculty member (e.g., URL)
work flowtracks progress of digitization, description, other preparatory work
policy tracking, rights mgmtinvestigate rights to answer questions about usage
access control, policy tracking, rights mgmtmanages usage of content according to policy
request mgmt, publishing, access controlnotifies external researcher of time-limited availability of item
Digitizer (May be same as above)
workflow, media ingestcreates digital video files suitable for ingest (could be preservation level, production master...)
media ingestputs video in system
metadata ingestimports bibliographic information
metadata ingestadds structure information about segments
metadata ingest, access controladds rights/access information
text ingest, isochronic metadata ingestadds captions/transcript
request management, workflownotifies coordinator when work is completed
workflowinvestigates reported problems, diagnoses and repairs if possible
ingest (media, metadata, ...)bulk-loads files and metadata purchased with streaming rights for differing periods of time
QA (could be student)
workflowselects video from queue
annotation, isochronic metadatamarks or annotates spots where there is a problem
workflownotifies digitizer of problems
workflow, publishingapproves video for publication/release to streaming server
Student
access, publishingaccesses video from a mobile device
access, publishingaccesses video from a laptop, at home, during class
access, publishingaccesses video from campus wireless or home network
authenticationauthenticates
grouping, authorizationbrowses reserve lists
accessselects a video to watch
access, isochronic metadatanavigates to selected segment
isochronic metadata, annotation, account mgmtbookmark locations within the video
isochronic metadata, annotation, account mgmtorganize bookmarks
grouping, annotationcreates a playlist of clips for comparison and closer study
annotation, access, external content accessuses viewing/annotation/analysis (or whatever functionality) equally with library and non-library content
ingest (media, metadata…), annotationuploads self-produced video for peer and instructor feedback (like blog commenting)
accessview 2 videos side-by-side to compare
publishing, rights mgmtreferences clips in a paper so that the instructor or peers can click to view
publishing, rights mgmtdecides when to share annotations (with professor, with peers)
publishing, rights mgmtfigures out rights issues with sharing/publishing
searches OPAC for items, clicks to view digitized item if available
Faculty
access, discoverysearches course video library for clips
request mgmtidentifies and requests clips to be created for use in the course
annotation, metadata ingestadds identifying information to the clip for students
access, discovery, isochronic metadatauses thumbnails to navigate clips
external content, rights mgmt, groupingcollects clips from different sources, including licensed databases or the open web, so that they are all accessible in one place (playlist, folder)
accessplays video in class
annotation, rights mgmt, publishingcomments on student videos, either privately or for the whole class to see
accessviews 2 videos side-by-side to compare
grouping, isochronic metadata, publishingcreates segments/clips for use in class
annotationadds commentary (annotations, drawings) to video segments or frames
publishing, access controlreferences clips in a paper so that readers can click to view, in perpetuity
access control, groupingdetermines whether annotations can be modified by students or not
access controldetermines whether students can see each other's annotations
rights mgmt, policyinvestigates rights issues to determine usage
request mgmtrequests an item (owned by their department) to be digitized for class
access, publishingdownloads selected clips for use at conference or in classroom
publishing, access control, rights mgmtenables access to some items for class use, documenting the usage
Subject Specialist (within or outside library)
metadata ingestdescribes video content to be ingested, such as title, background information, tags and keywords, etc., to support later discovery when cataloger creates MARC record
isochronic metadatatranscribes hard-to-hear sections
External Scholar
authenticationauthenticates for use of system from another institution
accessview videos, playlists
groupingadds to a playlist
annotationannotates videos
discoverylocates an item of interest 
request mgmt, access controlrequests access to item of interest, which may not yet be digitized
What's missing?
high-stakes assessment
distance learning
commenting for peer review (publishing workflow) or student assessment (rating of comments)
copy-editing of annotations
3rd-party analysis tools: keyframe detection, visualization...
reporting and analytics (# of times video accessed, etc.)
accessibility
Product concept
1. Reserves markup layer. For text, audio, video, images. Or just for time-based media? Maybe not just "reserves"? Course-related. eReserves 2.0.
2. Academic library video uploader for online access. Easy for libraries w/o strong tech support.
3. Seamlessly integrated course reserves access across media types, within flexible access control and copyright management.
4. Back office library workflow for online video. Online video collection management system.
5. Supporting the delivery, use and management of digital media content for research, teaching, and learning. Digital media delivered for you.
6. The Variations Method. A set of recommendations, best practices. (for #5)
7. Digital video library in a box (or on a cloud?). Management tools, workflow for ingest, simple access tools. Or could broaden to include other media.
8. Hosted version of #7. or #5.
9. Media management and publishing services toolkit. Selectable components/modules. Could include an API layer. Phased buildout.
10. Rich media for Sakai (or some other targeted CMS/VLE).
11. Video ingest tool. (Matterhorn does this now.)
12. Built by libraries, for libraries so that libraries can deliver (video/audio) to users, by users.
Can focus more on end-user experience & tools, or focus more on the library's needs to manage and deliver content.