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Online Law School Video Repository: The Flash Way
(2009)
  • Wei Fang, Rutgers University
Abstract
I had to come up with my own repository system, so I did just that. Two years later, after hundreds of recording by almost all faculty members in the law school, the system is a success. About 3 years ago, a law professor at Rutgers University School of Law, where I work as digital services librarian, asked me if law faculty members could record the audio and video of class lectures and share them in an open or protected online website for the public or for students to view or listen to at any time. I spent months researching commercial products, and I found they were well beyond my budget. I had to come up with my own repository system, so I did just that. Two years later, after hundreds of recordings by almost all faculty members in the law school, the system is a success. Now used daily, students, faculty, and the law library employees all love it.
Keywords
  • Adobe Flash,
  • video repository,
  • law library
Disciplines
Publication Date
June 1, 2009
Citation Information
Wei Fang. "Online Law School Video Repository: The Flash Way" (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/wfang/3/