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Title: Curricula and Resources for Courses about Multimedia 8th ACM Intl Conf' on Multimedia Panel 1 PLEASE


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Curricula and Resources forCourses about
Multimedia 8th ACM Intl Conf. on
MultimediaPanel 1 PLEASE fill in the
SURVEYwhile waiting for panel to start(describe
planned or hoped for course if you dont have one)
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Curricula and Resources forCourses about
Multimedia 8th ACM Intl Conf. on
MultimediaPanel 1 Marina del Rey, CAOct. 30
Nov. 4, 2000Edward Fox, Wolfgang
Effelsberg,Nicolas Georganas, Rachelle
Heller,Ralf Steinmetz
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Panel
  • Will address Why as per Alan Kay
  • Will try to address conflicting views
  • Will involve audience PLEASE!
  • Will draw on survey please fill in, use for
    straw polls, and turn in, or use IE
  • http//intercom.virginia.edu/ SurveySuite/Surveys/
    MMcurricula

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Thesis
  • Interactive multimedia (IM) is an important field
  • There should be courses on IM
  • IM courses should cover topics in CC-2001
  • IM should be a showcase field to demonstrate how
    IM supports learning
  • We can accomplish all this through sharing
    educational resources

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OpeningComments
  • Edward Fox, Moderator
  • fox_at_vt.edu
  • http//fox.cs.vt.edu
  • http//www.cstc.org
  • http//purl.org/net/JERIC/

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Background
  • Computer Science Teaching Center (CSTC)
  • Curriculum Resources in Interactive Multimedia
    (CRIM)
  • ACM Journal of Educational Resources in Computing
    (JERIC)
  • Multimedia in MultimediaDagstuhl Workshop June
    11-16, 2000
  • CC-2001 (ACM / IEEE curriculum effort)

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For You to Do!
  • Go to www.cstc.org and give a password to be
    recorded as a user. Then login and sign up as
    reviewer.
  • If you have something suitable, contribute to
    CSTC and JERIC!
  • If you are interested in multimedia curricula
    please contact Shelly or Ed about CRIM
    (http//ei.cs.vt.edu/crim)

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Highlights ofMultimedia in MultimediaDagstuhl
Workshop June 11-16, 2000
  • Learning about multimedia
  • Multimedia in learning

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TeleXXX
Course Builder
Broker/Recommender
Services Learning
Eval Log Analysis
Ontologies
Mappings Sibyls, Paths
Archives DOs Metadata
Modules
Lectures
Syllabi
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Attendees included those
  • Who use MACS (not Macs) for tele-teaching
  • Serving 90,000 thru distance education in Norway
  • Who spends more time with tools (MISA, )
    designing courses than most do teaching
  • Who proved that doctors need cases
  • Who explained the importance of focus
  • Who explained the process of the learning process
  • With digital lecture hall appliances (vs.
    applications)

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Attendees included those
  • With the most complex course structure model
  • Whose interface has faces around a table, and the
    student appears in front
  • Whose learning environment is constructive
  • Whose learning objects aim for a long life
  • Whose company has ½ million learning objects
  • Who is a linguist with the best signs and
    TeamWave
  • Who teaches her departments soft courses on
    software engineering, HCI, and multimedia and
    is the only one admitting re-using an idea of
    another

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Thesis
  • Interactive multimedia (IM) is an important field
  • There should be courses on IM
  • IM courses should cover topics in CC-2001
  • IM should be a showcase field to demonstrate how
    IM supports learning
  • We can accomplish all this through sharing
    educational resources

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Curriculum and Resourcesfor Courses on Multimedia
Wolfgang Effelsberg University of
Mannheim November 2000
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Curriculum
  • Multimedia The integrated generation,
    manipulation, presentation, storage and
    communi-cation of discrete and continuous media

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Related Fields
  • Networking, communications
  • Image processing
  • Algorithms
  • Information retrieval
  • Operating systems
  • Graphics
  • Data structures
  • Distributed systems

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Important Field?
  • Is there something in the intersection not
    covered by the surrounding fields?
  • Will other fields really ever get to cover
    multimedia in their courses?
  • Will they understand it? Do it justice?
  • Is not learning an integrative field more
    important in the modern world than specialties?
  • Is not there large need in industry for
    multimedia workers?

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Thesis
  • Interactive multimedia (IM) is an important field
  • There should be courses on IM
  • IM courses should cover topics in CC-2001
  • IM should be a showcase field to demonstrate how
    IM supports learning
  • We can accomplish all this through sharing
    educational resources

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Multimedia Courses Surveyed
  • Temple U.
  • University of
  • CA Berkeley
  • Illinois
  • MD
  • NC
  • Texas
  • Vanderbilt
  • Virginia Tech
  • Columbia
  • Concordia
  • Cornell
  • Florida Atlantic U.
  • Harvard
  • Northwestern
  • Purdue
  • Rutgers
  • SUNY

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Existence Proof
  • There are courses at each of our institutions
  • There are courses at scores of other locations
  • There are some sequences and even programs
  • Count from the survey shows ?

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Thesis
  • Interactive multimedia (IM) is an important field
  • There should be courses on IM
  • IM courses should cover topics in CC-2001
  • IM should be a showcase field to demonstrate how
    IM supports learning
  • We can accomplish all this through sharing
    educational resources

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CC-2001 Background
  • Computing Curricula 1991 Report of the
    ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Curriculum Task Force
  • The Joint IEEE Computer Society/ACM Task Force on
    the "Year 2001 Model Curricula for Computing"
    (CC-2001) was formed to review the 1991 curricula
    and develop a revised and enhanced version for
    the Year 2001 that addresses developments in
    computing technologies in the past decade and
    will sustain through the next decade.

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CC-2001 Knowledge Area Pedagogy Focus Groups 1
  • 0. AL Algorithms and Complexity
  • 1. AR Architecture
  • 2. CN Computational Science
  • 3. DS Discrete Structures
  • 4. GR Graphics and Visualization
  • 5. HC Human - Computer Interaction
  • 6. IM Information Management
  • 7. IS Intelligent Systems

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CC-2001 Knowledge Area Pedagogy Focus Groups 2
  • 8. NC Net-centric Computing
  • 9. OS Operating Systems
  • Scheduling and dispatch, device mgmnt, real-time
    systems, scripting
  • 10. PF Programming Fundamentals
  • Using modern APIs
  • 11. PL Programming Languages
  • 12. SE Software Engineering
  • projects
  • 13. SP Social, Ethical and Professional Issues

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Survey Topics
  • Video
  • Compression
  • Media streaming
  • Overview
  • Media servers
  • Audio
  • Authoring
  • Multimedia tools
  • Protocols
  • Hypertext/hypermedia
  • Video conferencing
  • Coding/representation
  • Multimedia OS
  • Synchronization
  • Media
  • Collaboration/confer.

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IM13. Multimedia information and systems - Topics
  • Devices, device drivers, control signals and
    protocols, DSPs
  • Applications, media editors, authoring systems,
    and authoring
  • Streams/structures, spaces/domains, capture/
    represent/transform, compression/coding
  • Content based information analysis, indexing, and
    retrieval of audio, images, and video
  • Presentation, rendering, synchronization,
    multi-modal integration/interfaces
  • Real-time delivery, quality of service,
    audio/video conferencing, video-on-demand

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Curriculum for CS Students
  • Core
  • Image, video, audio processing compression
  • MM communication (QoS, multicast)
  • Video servers, MM database systems
  • Content analysis, indexing and retrieval
  • Applications (video conferencing, teleteaching,
    Web streaming, MM archives ...)
  • Borderline (nice to have)
  • Human computer interface (e.g., gesture
    recognition)
  • Document description languages (e.g., XML, SMIL)
  • Authoring systems
  • Content development, screen design

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Multimedia Communications (Graduate Course)
  • Nicolas D. Georganas
  • School Of Information Technology and Engineering
  • University of Ottawa- Canada

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Course contents
  • Introduction, Applications and MM Standards
  • Networking Technologies for Multimedia
  • Image, Video and Audio Compression
  • Multimedia Synchronization
  • Multimedia and the Internet
  • Quality of Service and Resource Management
  • Scheduling Issues for Real-time MM Transport
  • Multimedia Conferencing
  • Multimedia to the Home
  • Satellites and Multimedia
  • Collaborative Virtual Environments other
    Multimedia Applications

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Multimedia Tools used in teaching
  • Powerpoint slides
  • Video clips and animations
  • Real Video of prototypes developed
  • IS THE STUDENT LEARNING IMPROVED BY THE USE OF
    MULTIMEDIA TOOLS?

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Thesis
  • Interactive multimedia (IM) is an important field
  • There should be courses on IM
  • IM courses should cover topics in CC2001
  • IM should be a showcase field to demonstrate how
    IM supports learning
  • We can accomplish all this through sharing
    educational resources

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Why should we?
  • How can we teach if we dont do it?
  • Wont our results be better if we actually try
    out our ideas and improve them so they meet our
    needs better?
  • Wont we be the ones with the newest equipment,
    software, and tools?
  • Are not most of us motivated to do this?

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Multimedia Resources (Active Elements)
  • Java applets, video clips, animations ...
  • Development is a huge effort (200 hours of
    development for one hour of learning)
  • Should be done jointly by the MM community
  • Problem 1 We dont have the skill to do it right
  • Problem 2 Re-use is difficult
  • Resources developed elsewhere are hard to find
  • Pedagogical goals, instructional designs vary
    widely
  • User interfaces vary widely

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Thesis
  • Interactive multimedia (IM) is an important field
  • There should be courses on IM
  • IM courses should cover topics in CC2001
  • IM should be a showcase field to demonstrate how
    IM supports learning
  • We can accomplish all this through sharing
    educational resources

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Remember Digital Libraries!
  • JCDL2001 June 24-28 Roanoke VA
  • National Science (and mathematics, engineering,
    and technology education) Digital Library open
    Oct. 2002
  • Other fields already mobilized biology, earth
    sciences, engineering, mathematics,

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Curriculum Resources in Interactive Multimedia
(CRIM)Journal ofEducational Resources in
Computing(JERIC)
  • Presented By
  • Dr. Rachelle Heller

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Introduction
  • What is CRIM
  • Digital library of reviewed resources for
    teaching computer science.
  • What is JERIC
  • An ACM Journal
  • Electronic publication providing access to
  • High quality, archival resources
  • Scholarly articles, multimedia and visualization
    resources, laboratory materials

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JERIC - First Issue 2001
  • June 2000 Dagstuhl conference, Multimedia on
    Multimedia.
  • Topics
  • Meta-models, metadata concerns and frameworks
  • Tools necessary for sharing resources
  • Specific applications, applets
  • Editors - Boots Cassel and Ed Fox
  • Guest Editor - Shelly Heller
  • http//purl.org/net/JERIC/

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The JERIC Process
  • Electronic submissions
  • Submissions other than papers use CRIM interface
  • Style guidelines follow ACM Journals
  • Editorial board and peer review
  • Effectiveness
  • Accuracy
  • Reusability
  • Clarity
  • Originality

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Accessing CRIM
  • User Accounts
  • Creating an Account
  • Logging In
  • Volunteer to be a Reviewer
  • Browsing and searching
  • Submitting
  • Privileges
  • Reviewer
  • Editor
  • www.cstc.org

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User Accounts - Creating an Account (1)
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User Accounts - Creating an Account (2)
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User Accounts - Creating an Account (3)
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User Accounts - Logging In
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User Accounts Volunteer to be Reviewer
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Browsing (1)
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Browsing (2)
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Searching
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Submitting a Resource (1)
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Submitting a Resource (2)
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Submitting a Resource (3)
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Submitting a Resource (4)
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Submitting a Resource (5)
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Submitting a Resource (6)
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Reviewer Privileges (1)
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Reviewer Privileges (2)
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Reviewer Privileges (3)
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