"Facing Tomorrow's Problems Today:
Best Practices and New Techniques
for Internet-Based Video"

THE 7TH ANNUAL SURA/VIDE CONFERENCE
March 28-31, 2005
Global Learning & Conference Center
Georgia Institute of Technology






















News Update

We are pleased to announce that Elizabeth Daley, the Executive Director of the Annenberg Center for Communication at the University of Southern California, will be the Keynote Speaker for the 2005 SURA/ViDe Conference. [more]

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Interested in becoming a sponsor of the 2005 SURA/ViDe Conference? Would you like to know more about opportunities for exhibitors? Details and application form are now online.

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The SURA/ViDe Conference brings together every year approximately 200 educators, technologists, librarians, archivists and policymakers to discuss a broad range of issues relating to the development and deployment of video-over-IP in higher education. While the conference program is still being finalized, topics covered will include collection development and digital rights management, 3D data collaboration, the deployment of campuswide services, medical and educational applications, MPEG4, SIP, accessibility for people with disabilities, and the delivery of uncompressed video and HDTV over IP. Our focus will be on applications being developed and in production at colleges and universities, but attendees will also receive a good overview of trends in standards development and technological innovation. As in past conferences, we expect to have speakers from Europe, Asia and Latin America as well as from across the United States and Canada, presenting in person or remotely via videoconference. We are also planning two workshops: one on metadata creation for moving image collections, and one on the delivery of high quality video over IP. And together with Internet2, we will be sponsoring an I2 Commons Training for site coordinators supporting H323 videoconferencing.

This Conference has been made possible through the generous support of:





Additional support has been provided by: