Lecture Archive | About the system


About the Lecture Archive system

              Operational Guideline for Article 35 of the Amended Copyright Act (Fiscal Year 2021 Edition)
              is published by the Stakeholder Forum concerning the Educational Use of Works.
               ・Operational Guideline for Article 35 of the Amended Copyright Act (Fiscal Year 2021 Edition)
1. About the lecture archive system
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Or you can access the lecture archive top page from the NAIST Digital Library via Digitization section at the bottom of the page.

1-1. Outline
The Digital Library of Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) is leading a project to archive lectures in the Digital Library System and make them available over the network for effective use in postgraduate-level research and education. We also start to add Automatic Subtitles with translations to archived lectures from the 2020 academic year. The 2018 amendment of Article 35 of the Copyright Act made it possible to publicly transmit copyrighted materials in order to facilitate the exploitation of work in education using ICT, and the Compensation System for Public Transmission for Educational Purposes has established by SARTRAS starting in April, 2021. However, the current NAIST lecture archive system does not meet the System requirement for accessors limited to be limited to students taking the class.
1-2. Video recording
Your lectures and presentation materials, such as PowerPoint files, PDF files, etc,
will be recorded as Video Information. If you wish to edit out parts of the Video Information, please let us know.

Please announce to students in advance that the student appearance might be recorded during the class. If students wish not to be viewed via NAIST Library Database, please inform us.
During the lectures, use a microphone to record and broadcast your voice. For question and answer sessions, hand the microphone to questioner or repeat question after hearing it.

If the output sound is too loud, you can adjust the volume.
Please refer to Notes on Recording to adjust the volume or the set sub-projector.

  Lecture Archive Screen Shot   
  A:Lecture     B:Presentation Materials

・You can change the sizes of A and B, and also can choose to display only A or B on the full-screen.
・The slide contents are readable when A is full-screen size.
・Subtitles are shown on screen A and you can control them with the ON/OFF setting.
1-3. Lectures to be archived
Those lectures for master’s course students (excluding exercises) whose lecturers permit archiving will be archived and made available.
Additionally, some special lectures or seminars will be archived and made available upon receiving.
1-4. Rooms to be used for archiving
The lecture archive system covers following ten rooms;
  AI, Inc. Seminar Hall (L1) in Information Science  (IS_L1)
  Middle lecture room (L2) in Information Science  (IS_L2)
  Middle lecture room (L3) in Information Science  (IS_L3)
   “Rethink” Biological Science Seminar Hall  (BS_L1)
      Lecture room in Biological Sciences (L12)  (BS_L2)
      Lecture room in Biological Sciences (C109)  (BS_L3)
   “Rethink” Materials Science Seminar Hall  (MS_L1)
      Lecture room in Materials Science (E318)  (MS_L2)
      Lecture room in Materials Science (E207・208)  (MS_L3)
  Millennium Hall  (MH)
 We will send permission forms to each lecturer who is to have lectures (except exercises) in the above rooms.
If your lecture will be offered in another room and you wish to have it archived, please inform us prior to the lecture.
1-5. Editing
The lecture archive system automatically creates a table of contents and librarians edit it using the lecture edit system. (MANDARA ID is required to login.)
Also, lecturers or registered teaching assistants (TA) are able to edit lectures. (Please refer to 3-1 to register TAs for editing.)
1-6. Access to Video Information
There are two types of access to the Video Information: Open Access or Limited Access for only NAIST faculty, staff and students.
Please choose the Access on the permission form.
Also, the archiving of only lecture materials is possible.
1-7. How to watch the Video Information
The lecture images and images of presentation materials are available using HTML5 for PCs and HTTP Live Streaming for smartphones.
Only lecture images may be viewed on smartphones.
1-8. Access statistics
The lecture edit system is also able to produce access statistics on the Digital Library Website.
Login the system with your MANDARA ID and choose a lecture. Click the 「視聴履歴出力」 button to download an access statistics csv file.
2. Procedures
2-1. Permission form
    Permission to Archive and Use Audiovisual Materials [PDF] [Word]
2-2. Procedures
      Please refer to the following link for detailed information of lecture archive and procedures.
  Request for Permission to Archive and Use Lectures in NAIST Digital Library System [PDF]
2-3. About using third party materials
      Please refer to the following link for detailed information of About using third party materials.[PDF]
2-4. Notes on Recording
    Prior to a lecture, please see the Notes on Recording [PDF]
3. Others
3-1. How to register/change TAs
Please let us know the following information to register a TA to edit lecture information:
  • Your name (lecturer)
  • Lecture title
  • TA’s name, MANDARA account and email address
  • 3-2. Lecture schedule/room changes
    Notice of lecture schedule or room changes is done by syllabus/email to students.
    When lecture rooms are changed to those where automatic recording is not available,
    recording by camcorder is possible, so please contact us in advance.
    Lectures recorded by camcorder require more time to make available, so please alert us if the lecture needs to be made available quickly.