[Videolib] VRT / Digital Media Discussion Group

Meghann Matwichuk (mtwchk@udel.edu)
Mon, 15 Jan 2007 12:24:23 -0500

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[Please excuse cross-postings, and feel free to share with interested
parties. -- MM]

If you'll be attending ALA in Seattle, I hope you'll consider attending
the following session, which is sponsored by the Video Round Table.

Digital Media Discussion Group
Saturday, January 20, 2007 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Room 210/211*
*
Those of you who attended last year will note that the block of time was
expanded by a half-hour. Hopefully this will allow us to dig into more
of the complex issues that we're all facing in our libraries.

This will be an exchange of ideas for anyone interested to talk about
projects concerning digital media that are taking place at their
libraries, or to ask for others' experience with new issues on the
horizon. It is informal -- there's no agenda we need to stick to -- but
I wanted to draw up a list of peoples' interests in this area as a
discussion starter, perhaps with some resources available concerning
those areas. Here are some of the big issues -- some of which we'll be
revisiting from last year's discussion (the more things change...) :

* Market Technologies: High Definition Formats
* Video Gaming and Collections
* Podcasting, Vodcasting, and Audio Books
* Digital Streaming and Content Providers
* Multimedia Production in Libraries

If anyone has any other interests / topics in this area on their mind
(or helpful resources in these areas to share), please let me know.

Best,

*************************
Meghann Matwichuk, M.S.
Senior Assistant Librarian
Instructional Media Collection Department
Morris Library, University of Delaware
181 S. College Ave.
Newark, DE 19717
(302) 831-1475

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[Please excuse cross-postings, and feel free to share with interested parties. -- MM]

If you'll be attending ALA in Seattle, I hope you'll consider attending the following session, which is sponsored by the Video Round Table.

Digital Media Discussion Group
Saturday, January 20, 2007 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Room 210/211

Those of you who attended last year will note that the block of time was expanded by a half-hour.  Hopefully this will allow us to dig into more of the complex issues that we're all facing in our libraries.

This will be an exchange of ideas for anyone interested to talk about projects concerning digital media that are taking place at their libraries, or to ask for others' experience with new issues on the horizon.  It is informal -- there's no agenda we need to stick to -- but I wanted to draw up a list of peoples' interests in this area as a discussion starter, perhaps with some resources available concerning those areas.  Here are some of the big issues -- some of which we'll be revisiting from last year's discussion (the more things change...) :

* Market Technologies: High Definition Formats
* Video Gaming and Collections
* Podcasting, Vodcasting, and Audio Books
* Digital Streaming and Content Providers
* Multimedia Production in Libraries

If anyone has any other interests / topics in this area on their mind (or helpful resources in these areas to share), please let me know.

Best,

*************************
Meghann Matwichuk, M.S.
Senior Assistant Librarian
Instructional Media Collection Department
Morris Library, University of Delaware
181 S. College Ave.
Newark, DE 19717
(302) 831-1475


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