Seminar Video content in higher education: new models for licensing and service innovation

Date: 28 MAR 2017 

The Special Interest Group Media & Education organized a SURFacademy-seminar on March 28th about video content: which platforms are available (both commercial and free) and which licensing models apply?’ Also we discussed the added value of commercial content as compared to open video material in higher education.

Date
28 Mar 2017
Time
13:00-16:45
Location
Netherlands Institute for sound and vision
Costs
Free
Prior knowledge needed?
No
Meeting type
Seminar

Programme summary

Pim Slot (SURFmarket) and Peter Szegedi (Géant) started the seminar with an overview of licensing models and of openly licensed video content produced by European higher education institutions.
Next, each representative of three platforms gave a presentation of what they are offering: the Dutch Institute of Sound and Vision, VideoArts and Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning. Each presentation was followed by a use case of a Dutch university for applied sciences or University, and is wrapped-up in a small group discussion.

The programme closed with a 30-minute panel discussion in which we reflect on the question: ‘What is the benefit of paid video-content opposed to free and open content?

Video recordings of individual presentations

Programme & presentations

Block 1

12.30 hrs Venue open
13.00 hrs Welcome and short introduction, Tom Visscher (chair)
13.10 hrs Licences and creative commons Pim Slot, senior contract manager, SURFmarket
13.25 hrs Open video content offered bij Higher Education Institutions in Europe: results of the eduOER project Peter Szegedi, project development officer, Géant

 

Block 2

13.40 hrs

Online strategy of the Dutch institute of Sound and Vision: including preview of new educational platform
Presentation: Renée Spierings
Presentations: Dalida van Dessel

14.00 hrs Use case of Academia content, Arjan Doolaar (HAN)
14.10 hrs Discussion in small groups
  Break

 

Block 3

14.40 hrs Presentation VideoArts platform, Martin Addison, VideoArts
15.00 hrs Use case of VideoArts, Annelies Kuijten, Avans Hogeschool
15.10 hrs Discussion in small groups

 

Block 4

15.20 hrs Presentation Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning platform, Jan de Haast, LinkedIn
15.40 hrs Use case of Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning, Dave Krapels, Hogeschool Zuyd
15.50 hrs Discussion in small groups

 

Panel discussion

16.00 hrs

Closing panel discussion: ‘What is the benefit of paid video-content opposed to free and open content?’

Panelists: Dave Krapels (Hogeschool Zuyd), Arjan Doolaar (HAN), Werner Degger (UvA), Bas Giesbers (EUR), Peter Szegedi (Géant), Renée Spierings or Dalida van Dessel (Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid)

16.30 hrs End of Seminar

 

For whom?

This seminar was intended for lecturers, ICT&Education coordinators and audiovisual media specialists who would like to make use of (externally produced) video content in their respective educational institution.