Digitization and DRM at Ball State

Linda L Briggs, Campus Technology, Jan 23, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

To me this article describes the wrong way to go about it. Why would you need a complex DRM system to make video available? That said, readers will want to follow work such as this project at Ball State. More and more frequently, real-time digitization of learning materials will become a staple of institutional practice, as will on-demand access. Speed and flexibility will be key to making such systems work - which is why suspect that heavy DRM will not be the way to go.
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