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Implement the ShareStream hosted video streaming service to provide faculty with reliable streaming video services for their online and hybrid courses and as a possible alternative for the current YouTube option for all HSU users. We anticipate that faculty will be able to upload videos of various lengths in any format with fully searchable features, including searching closed caption text, that will be accessible on-demand from anywhere on campus and integrated with Moodle.
6/23/14: We are still waiting for further information and direction from the CO on the release of their online media platform RFP.
5/16/2014: The CO is finalizing plans prior to releasing the RFP for this project, now named Online Media Platform, this month, with bids due late June. A potential schedule has been developed and evaluation team identified. Services covered will include software, licensing, technical support, migration services, consulting, and hosting options.
4/17/2014: Posting of the CO's online video platform RFP has been slightly delayed. We remain in close touch with our CO contact and the project lead has been asked to join the RFP evaluation team. On campus, discussions on closed captioning of existing and new media are continuing. The decision has been made that, going forward, all new video requests must be captioned; Media Production Services will take the lead on these requests through the Automatic Synch Technologies (AST) contract already in place.
3/24/2014: While we await a funding decision, research on potential CO opportunities and discussions on closed captioning continues. Research in late February identified an acquisition opportunity with the CO: an RFP will be released in early April for online video platform services which will include an exhaustive list of requirements. Members of the project team have reviewed and provided comments to the draft solicitation. The CO hopes to have multiple Master Enabling Agreements (MEAs) which should result in all CSU's having access to the best possible online video streaming offerings.
2/24/2014: The team met in January to review and discuss the scope and requirements development. Planning activities continue as we await funding approvals and investigate future opportunities from the CO. Project dates will be updated once the scope and requirements have been finalized.
1/24/2014: The kickoff meeting was conducted in December in anticipation of funding approvals later in the Spring. Information gathering continues as we flesh out the scope and timelines and develop a task list. Initial start and end dates for the project are estimated at this time and may change based on when we have funding approval and final product selection.
10/22/13: This project has been approved by the President and VPs as an ITS priority for 2013-14. Alex Hwu in CEEE is arranging for budget approval and we are targeting a Spring 2014 implementation.