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Web-Launched Export to PowerPoint

Introduction and Objective

Chalkwaves is a partnership of 240 school districts, Missouri, Kansas
and Illinois public broadcasters and educational service centers. We
offer services that assist teachers in meeting learning objectives and
engaging students in meaningful learning experiences. Our instructional
video collections come in two packages; which can be purchased
separately or bundled together. Chalkwaves provides these services to
the schools via a proprietary software player and a web interface. This
RFP is for additions to the web interface.
The current software player has the ability to do what is called "export
to power point". This is the feature that we require to be programmed
for our web interface.


1. To be able to play one of our videos ( which is already working on
the web launcher software) and click a button that will allow the user
to select a start time and end time in hours, min, seconds. Once the end
user has entered this information. A power point page is brought up with
windows media player embedded into a new power point presentation.

2. The use of javascript or the java language to accomplish this task,
rather then active-x controls.


1. The export to power point feature needs to actually embed a windows
media player object and not use the standard power point embedding
function. This is critical since the embedded player does not have some
of the features required to play properly.

2. The use of javascript or the java language to accomplish this task,
rather then active-x controls. Since the web was created to be platform
agnostic, we need to create this using software that is platform
agnostic. Active-x does not meet this requirement.

3. All source code will be delivered to KCPT upon completion.

4. We can send a sample of the player software that shows how this
feature works.
Provided materials:

1. A copy of the software program showing how the feature works.

2. Access to a web site for testing of the features.

3. Access to php programming knowledge about how the current web
launcher works if needed.

Application Process:

Please develop a document containing the following information and send
it to Amy Long (am******@kcpt.org). The length of the proposal should be
three pages or less and include a time and price estimate.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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