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noteEd - A web-based lecture capture system

noteEd - A web-based lecture capture system
noteEd - A web-based lecture capture system
Electronic capture and playback of lectures has long been the aim of many academic projects. Synote is an application developed under MACFoB (Multimedia Annotation and Community Folksonomy Building) project to synchronise the playback of lecture materials. However, Synote provides no functionality to capture such multimedia. This project involves the creation of a system called noteEd, which will capture a range of multimedia from lectures and make them available to Synote. This report describes the evolution of the noteEd project throughout the design and implementation of the proposed system. The performance of the system was checked in a user acceptance test with the customer, which is discussed after screenshots of our solution. Finally, the project management is presented containing a final project evaluation.
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Fernando, Liam Ranil
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Horn, Alexander
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Parson, Oliver
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Porter, Matthew
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Wells, Oliver
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Porter, Matthew
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Wells, Oliver
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Fernando, Liam Ranil, Horn, Alexander, Parson, Oliver, Porter, Matthew and Wells, Oliver (2009) noteEd - A web-based lecture capture system. University of Southampton, ECS, Masters Thesis, 80pp.

Record type: Thesis (Masters)

Abstract

Electronic capture and playback of lectures has long been the aim of many academic projects. Synote is an application developed under MACFoB (Multimedia Annotation and Community Folksonomy Building) project to synchronise the playback of lecture materials. However, Synote provides no functionality to capture such multimedia. This project involves the creation of a system called noteEd, which will capture a range of multimedia from lectures and make them available to Synote. This report describes the evolution of the noteEd project throughout the design and implementation of the proposed system. The performance of the system was checked in a user acceptance test with the customer, which is discussed after screenshots of our solution. Finally, the project management is presented containing a final project evaluation.

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Accepted/In Press date: 9 December 2009
Organisations: University of Southampton, Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 268542
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/268542
PURE UUID: 4351595a-83a5-4a23-b0c2-a5d6d89fcb10

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Date deposited: 22 Feb 2010 20:08
Last modified: 28 May 2019 16:34

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Author: Liam Ranil Fernando
Author: Alexander Horn
Author: Oliver Parson
Author: Matthew Porter
Author: Oliver Wells
Thesis advisor: Michael Wald

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