About Lecture Objects
A Lecture Object is a standard that was proposed by Giosue Vitaglione in 2000. It applies to all lectures and presentations captured by the ATLAS Collaboratory Project. It is a standardized data object containing high-resolution, open format media files, timing data and standardized metadata (Dublin Core, IEEE LOM). It was designed for longevity, sharing among multiple institutions and flexibility in viewing formats.
Does this sound confusing? See what we mean here.Formatting:
Have questions about the viewing formats, or having trouble getting a lecture to play? Find out more about Flash and RealPlayer requirements here.
Specifications for the Lecture Object Standard: