EXPANDING ACCESS TO INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY
Since 2009 the OCCDLA and the OCCLA (Library Association) have partnered together to secure funding and provide access to streaming media and supplementary materials for all Oregon community colleges.
Goals & Objectives
The goals of this focus area addresses several key objectives listed in the OCCDLA Strategic Direction – cost savings, access and student success. It allows for smaller community colleges that have limited resources to access rich content for their students. Consortial database purchasing may also enable faculty to replace traditional textbook content in order to reduce student costs.
History of Projects
Since 2009 the OCCDLA and the OCCLA (Library Association) have partnered together to secure funding and provide access to streaming media content and technology for all Oregon community colleges. Funded projects include INTELECOM Media, Films On Demand, and Kaltura Video Streaming Technology.
Funding for these focus area projects is provided by the state office of Oregon Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (CCWD) in cooperation with the Oregon Community Colleges Distance Learning Association (OCCDLA) and theOregon Community Colleges Library Association (OCCLA).
Each college has been assigned a technical site administrator for coordinating the use of these services on each of their campuses. For questions about these services on your campus please contact your Distance Learning department or Library Services. Technical support services are provided to faculty and students from each of the vendors.
Kaltura is the world’s first Open Source Online Video Platform, providing video solutions, software and services for video publishing and management.
For questions about the OCCDLA Digital Media projects or general questions about OCCDLA please contact:
OCCDLA Administrative Contact:
Umpqua Community College