Presentation of the platform

The Médiakiosque platform aims to facilitate the provision of videos and, consequently, to encourage their use in teaching and research contexts.

Médiakiosque allows any person with identification rights through the central authentication service CAS of the University (hereinafter the "Depositor") to freely upload audio and video files (hereinafter "Contents").

These Contents are then encoded by the platform. Upon submission, the Depositor must fill in a number of mandatory fields, such as title, description, channel, and media type (conference, student work, documentary, etc.), and optional ones, such as theme, keywords, discipline, etc.

These Contents can be accessed as:

- Public

- Restricted to authenticated individuals and/or those who know the password entered during Content editing, or private

- Private (draft mode) accessible to individuals with the private link

In addition to these primary functions of storage, encoding, and distribution, the site allows for the specification of Content Authors (screenwriter, director, designer, etc.), adding or generating subtitle or caption files, and downloadable documents. Furthermore, the Depositor of the posted Content has the option to create chapters.

The unique feature of this platform is to allow synchronized enrichment of the Content. Indeed, images, PDF-type texts, web pages, quizzes, and embedded media from other platforms can be synchronized to provide a narrative and interactive dimension.

Finally, it also allows for recording videos by selecting the source(s) to capture (screen, screen+webcam, camera, audio).

All Content published on the Médiakiosque platform of the University of Pau and the Adour Countries must be directly related to education, research, scientific culture, guidance, student life, and institutional valorization.

The Contents are accessible by "channel" (education, research, student life, etc.), by Depositors, by types, by disciplines, and keywords. A multi-criteria search function allows for refining the display of available Contents.

Finally, Contents can be shared or embedded on other platforms.

Article 1. Users

Users of the Médiakiosque platform are divided into two categories.

1.01 Non-authenticated users or "visitors"

Non-authenticated users can only access unrestricted Contents and share them for non-commercial purposes.

1.02 Authenticated users

Students, teachers, researchers, and administrative and technical staff of the University of Pau and the Adour Countries are considered authenticated users from their first connection to Médiakiosque.

Article 2. Rights of authenticated users

1. University of Pau and the Adour Countries students may:

Access restricted Contents through authentication;

Post Contents freely and for non-commercial purposes;

Delete their Contents;

Edit the information of their Contents;

Add contributors to their Contents;

Chapter their Contents.

Videos produced by students will be broadcasted in an educational (student work) or associative framework (provided that the association is recognized by the institution and that the filmed action or event takes place on one of the university's campuses).

2. In addition to "student" rights, teachers, researchers, and administrative and technical staff of the University of Pau and the Adour Countries may:

Add subtitles to their Contents;

Attach documents to their Contents;

Enhance their Contents;

Make their Contents interactive.

Record videos

Add an additional owner

Article 3. "Depositors" users

All authenticated users of the Médiakiosque platform who have published one or more videos are considered "Depositors".

Depending on their profile, Depositors may only publish Contents in certain Channels.

Each authenticated Depositor user can manage (add, modify, delete) their own files (Contents and associated documents) and their profile (photo, description, and a web link).

It is the responsibility of the Depositor to mention the Author(s) of the deposited Content.

See the legal notices of the platform and the section on rights in force on Médiakiosque.