Indiana University, in partnership with Northwestern University, has been awarded a collaborative planning grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to support the Variations on Video project.
This six-month planning project ran from August 2010 - January 2011 and focused on defining the scope, requirements, and technical architecture for building on IU's open source Variations digital music library system to support the management and delivery of digital video collections and on exploring the development of a sustainable model to support implementation of these capabilities and ongoing development of the system.
A project grant proposal was submitted to IMLS by IU and Northwestern in February 2011 to help fund initial implementation.
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- Planning Grant Information
Planning Grant Original Participants
- Lead institutions: Indiana University, Northwestern University
- Other participating institutions: New York University, Ohio State University, Stanford University, University of Miami
- Other participants: DuraSpace, OpenCast (UC Berkeley)
- Jon W. Dunn and Mark Notess. User Needs and Project Plans for Library-Managed Media Assets. Sakai Conference 2011, Los Angeles, CA, June 14, 2011.
- Jon W. Dunn and Steve DiDomenico. Variations on Video: Building the Next Generation Library Media Management System. Poster presentation, Open Repositories 2011, Austin, TX, June 8, 2011.
- Claire Stewart and Jon W. Dunn. Variations on Video: Issues and Opportunities with Streaming Video. Digital Library Federation Fall Forum, Palo Alto, CA, November 2, 2010.
- Jon W. Dunn and Mark Notess. A Survey of Video-Streaming Practice and Aspirations in Academic Libraries. EDUCAUSE 2010 Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, October 14, 2010.