Most of us know that higher ed doesn't fly by the seat of its pants. That means that, while some experimentation and fooling with new stuff is okay, the organization eventually wants to have things written down, planned out, and mapped well "shipshape and Bristol-fashion."
We are beginning to develop video as a serious medium for both marketing and retention, and have come to that fork in the road where we need things written down (i.e. they want us to take the fork!)
I have been charged with developing a draft document that outlines the policy items and the guideline items. Examples would include who is eligible to post video (policy) and how should the video be encoded for use on a streaming server (guideline).
I have only come across 2 or 3 examples to use, so I thought a discussion might be in order. What policy items come to mind for you? What guidelines?
We will certainly have a standard statement about complying with all laws and regulations, with links to copyright statements and the like. The document I'm forging would deal specifically with video and potential web 2.0 applications.
Anyone care to put in their 25 cents? (reflects inflation)