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e-Clips Cornell’s Premier Video Clip Collection on Entrepreneurship, Business, and Leadership John Cline Jon Corson-Rikert Metadata Working Group December 15, 2006. The e-Clips Collection. Background and scope Resources & access Partnerships Demo Future of e-Clips and its technologies

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e-Clips

Cornell’s Premier Video Clip Collection on Entrepreneurship, Business, and Leadership

John Cline

Jon Corson-Rikert

Metadata Working Group

December 15, 2006

the e clips collection
The e-Clips Collection
  • Background and scope
  • Resources & access
  • Partnerships
  • Demo
  • Future of e-Clips and its technologies
  • Discussion
background
Background
  • Collection created in 1996 by Dr. Deborah Streeter for use in the classroom
    • Virtual panel of experts
    • Clips rather than full-length talks
    • Open access
    • Growing daily in content and use
  • Bootstrapping
    • Students
    • Small grants
    • Partnerships and collaborations
  • Goals
    • Increase the adoption and effectiveness of technology in Cornell undergraduate teaching
    • Preserve and make available a unique and varied collection
    • Significantly impact national and international entrepreneurship education
scope
Scope

4 principal contributing institutions

Cornell, RPI, National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance, Springboard Enterprises

15 collections

e.g., ag- and food-related businesses, young entrepreneur stories

253 themes

e.g., pros and cons of getting an MBA, shoot your dogs early

323 interviews/lectures

3668 registered users

67 countries

818 universities – 480 in the U.S., 338 international

7151 video clips

resources access
Resources & Access
  • Free access and clip download with registration
  • 4 primary paths
    • Educators
    • Students
    • Trainers
    • Entrepreneurs
  • Teacher tools
    • Idea banks
    • Prepared content
    • Blackboard links
  • e-Clips blog
    • News
    • Entrepreneur update
    • Tech tips
major features
Major Features
  • Short, topical clips
  • Detailed, consistent, clean, complete metadata
    • Bios, pictures, company info, interview/lecture profiles
    • Full-text searchable transcripts
  • Simple and logical organization
    • People, companies, interviews/lectures
    • Collections and cross-cutting themes
  • Quotes
  • Bookmarks
  • Listening lists with annotation
    • Prepared
    • Personal
partnerships
Partnerships
  • Core content development team
    • Deborah Streeter, Professor, Applied Economics and Management
    • Kirsten Barker, Content Manager
    • D. Jamie Kalousdian, Manager of Media Production
  • Ongoing library collaboration
    • Tentative steps ~2002
    • First prototype ~2003
    • Faculty Grant for Digital Library Collections 2004-05
    • Current site launched January, 2006
    • New server November, 2006
  • CIT FABIT grant
    • Testing in a large class
    • Linking with Blackboard
demos
Demos

Production site: http://eclips.cornell.edu

Blog: http://cornell-eclips.blogspot.com

Admin site: http://streeter.mannlib.cornell.edu

enhancements
Enhancements
  • Completing the Paths
    • Student
    • Trainer
    • Entrepreneur
  • Instructional tools
    • Enhanced listening lists
    • Assignments
    • Closer blog & Blackboard integration
    • RSS feeds
    • Podcasts
  • Value-added content
    • Prepared content
    • Powerpoints on demand
challenges going forward
Challenges Going Forward
  • Sustaining 4 major efforts
    • Content capture
    • Content production
    • Metadata
    • Hosting and delivery
  • Mixing models
    • Unrestricted educational access
    • Special audiences
    • Value-added content
  • Growing the concept for other resources
    • Migrating the technologies
    • Replicating the collaborative model of development
discussion
Discussion
  • As e-Clips gets bigger, how can we maintain easy access to content?
    • E.g., dealing with the long list of themes
    • Would a more formal metadata structure be helpful?
    • Or should we adopt a tagging model or let users rank clips?
  • Should e-Clips remain a free resource?
  • Is there a threshold of size, service, or commerce that would argue for a different hosting model?
credits
Credits
  • Project Director
    • Deborah Streeter, Bruce F. Failing, Sr. Professor of Personal Enterprise and Small Business Management
  • Content Development
    • Kirsten Barker, Content Manager
    • D. Jaime Kalousdian, Manager of Media Production
  • Delivery
    • Melissa Kuo, Web Designer
    • John Cline, Programmer
    • Jon Corson-Rikert, IT Manager