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Lunch and Learn: David Hopkins on Kaltura at Princeton

Click here to get the powerpoint of this Kaltura Presentation.
Wednesday, February 22, 12:00 noon
Frist Multipurpose Room B
Welcome to the World of Kaltura: A Media Management Haven
David Hopkins
Have you ever lost your keys? It is a very frustrating feeling.  What if someone or something was assigned to always manage them for you? Now that would really make you feel better. Now imagine if those keys were very important videos. Kaltura is an excellent media tool for managing, converting and distributing video. David Hopkins will demonstrate how Kaltura’s video management works. He will show how Kaltura connects to systems like Blackboard, Roxen, and Drupal.
About the speaker:
David Hopkins has been with the University since 1993. He was formerly the manager of the New Media Center. David has been working in video production for over 20 years. He lives and breathes technology. He is always looking at cutting edge technology and how it can benefit the University. David graduated from North Central University.
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Lunch & Learn: Smart Art: Database tools for research and curation

For the past three decades, the Princeton University Art Museum and the Office of Information Technology have collaborated on many innovative projects. During the 1980s. the Piero Project produced a real time three-dimensional tour of the Basilica of San Francesco in Arezzo, Tuscani. During the 1990s, OIT led the development of Almagest, a media management, presentation, and authoring tool.

Today, OIT and the Princeton University Art Museum are collaborating on the delivery of the museum’s collection through Roxen, the University’s web Content Management System. Customarily, museums are able to display only a small fraction of their holdings, but all museums recognize that one of their most important objectives is to make available scholarly content. Today, with the availability of powerful new development tools and special components to cost-effectively connect to the museum’s SQL Collection Information Management System, the Art Museum will be able to promote existing collections and to provide online access to local and even international researchers to a much larger portion of its holdings and events.

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