Faculty Senate Conference
2014
Unlocking the Tech Treasures
of HCC Libraries

Student
Engagement

Bay
of
Boredom

Melba Ma...
Treasure 1: Streaming Media
Finding Streaming Media: Step 1 of 5
1. Click on the library link at the top
of HCC’s homepage. If you are
logged into EO2...
Finding Streaming Media: Step 2 of 4

2. Click on the
“Search the
HCC Library
Databases”
link. Note
there are
several ways...
Finding Streaming Media: Steps 3 - 5
3. Expand the
“Databases by
Format” Tab.

5. Click on the
streaming media
provider of...
No
Ambrose
A Tour of Ambrose Video 2.0

Type search
terms here.
Ambrose Video 2.0 continued…

Ambrose has
77 topics
which are
listed
alphabetically.
Ambrose Video 2.0 continued…

Hover over the play button to see how the time length of the clip
Ambrose Video 2.0 Features

1. Copy and Paste Citations
2. Embed and Link options
3. Supplemental materials
Embed and Link Options
for Ambrose 2.0
Streaming Media Features and Options
Streaming Media Vendor

Embed

Link

Thumbnails

Custom
Playlists

“Create
your
own”
...
Streaming Media : Using the <iframe>Tag
Q. What do I when there is no embed code available and
I don’t want to link to a v...
How an <iframe> looks…
Students use
the gray bars
to scroll and
to navigate
the website
enclosed in
the iframe.

<iframe s...
Need More Help?
Visit HCC EduTube
 Click the Training tab (top of page)
 Click on HCC Library (left side of page)

https...
Need More Help?

http://library.hccs.edu/streamingvideo
Treasure 2: LibGuides

They are:
Curated
Customizable
Collaborative

Link to them
********
A widget is also
available to
e...
Where to Find LibGuides
LibGuides Page
Widget Version of the LibGuide
1. Acquire the LibGuide widget code from the
librarian via email or from the LibGuide
itsel...
Treasure 3: Librarian Favorites
Mildred’s Pick

Daisy’s Picks

Melba’s Pick

Klairon’s Picks
Questions and Comments
Thank you for your attention!
Special thanks to our fellow
marketing committee members:
Daisy, Klai...
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  • The main reason I’m showing this way as opposed to the other searches is b/c content from Ambrose 2.0 isn’t integrated into the Catalog, Media, or Encore search options. I also like that the database list gives a brief description of each resources.
  • Type your search terms or Scroll down the alphabetical list to browse for useful content.
  • I’m just trying to highlight the variety of disciplines covered in this streaming media collection. Everything from art to literature to history to science. I really like the core science series, the great authors series, A history of_______________ American Achievement
  • Here is a summary chart of various features, but this chart I think can be a little misleading b/c it really doesn’t show the content richness of these various collections. For example, Annenberg Learner has an excellent resources for students and professional developmental content for teachers and faculty. Kanopy is a small collection, but has wonderful documentaries dealing with gender and race.
  • You can also search for streaming media from within in this guide…
  • Libguides is a content management system which allows the librarian to highlight library resources along with sources from the open web. They cover your typically subjects like college algebra, psychology, etc. They can be very specific such as how to format a MLA style paper, plagiarism, STEM scholarship information for minority males or finding OER (free textbooks, free MOOCs)
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    1. 1. Faculty Senate Conference 2014 Unlocking the Tech Treasures of HCC Libraries Student Engagement Bay of Boredom Melba Martin, Northwest Mildred Joseph, Northeast
    2. 2. Treasure 1: Streaming Media
    3. 3. Finding Streaming Media: Step 1 of 5 1. Click on the library link at the top of HCC’s homepage. If you are logged into EO2, there will also be a library link at the top of the page.
    4. 4. Finding Streaming Media: Step 2 of 4 2. Click on the “Search the HCC Library Databases” link. Note there are several ways to access streaming media on the library website.
    5. 5. Finding Streaming Media: Steps 3 - 5 3. Expand the “Databases by Format” Tab. 5. Click on the streaming media provider of your choice and search for your topic. You will be prompted to log in using your name and library barcode if you are off campus. 4. Click on Streaming Video.
    6. 6. No Ambrose
    7. 7. A Tour of Ambrose Video 2.0 Type search terms here.
    8. 8. Ambrose Video 2.0 continued… Ambrose has 77 topics which are listed alphabetically.
    9. 9. Ambrose Video 2.0 continued… Hover over the play button to see how the time length of the clip
    10. 10. Ambrose Video 2.0 Features 1. Copy and Paste Citations 2. Embed and Link options 3. Supplemental materials
    11. 11. Embed and Link Options for Ambrose 2.0
    12. 12. Streaming Media Features and Options Streaming Media Vendor Embed Link Thumbnails Custom Playlists “Create your own” clips Transcripts Close Captioning       Use transcript in sync option includes VAST, Dance in Video, Ethnographic Video Online I and II   Citation provided Supplemental Materials (i.e. lesson plans, handouts)       Uses Cue Card    a.k.a. Media Education Foundation  
    13. 13. Streaming Media : Using the <iframe>Tag Q. What do I when there is no embed code available and I don’t want to link to a video or other source? A. You can use an inline frame or iframe in a label or page in EO2 using the HTML editing button Click on < > button enter the iframe code listed below <iframe src=“Copy and paste your link here” width=“620” height=“450”></iframe>
    14. 14. How an <iframe> looks… Students use the gray bars to scroll and to navigate the website enclosed in the iframe. <iframe src=http://www.learner.org/resources/series65.html width="620" height="450"></iframe>
    15. 15. Need More Help? Visit HCC EduTube  Click the Training tab (top of page)  Click on HCC Library (left side of page) https://edutube.hccs.edu/id/0_z1h1bg4f
    16. 16. Need More Help? http://library.hccs.edu/streamingvideo
    17. 17. Treasure 2: LibGuides They are: Curated Customizable Collaborative Link to them ******** A widget is also available to embed. Email the LibGuide creator for the widget code or look under the Portable Version tab if the LibGuide has one.
    18. 18. Where to Find LibGuides
    19. 19. LibGuides Page
    20. 20. Widget Version of the LibGuide 1. Acquire the LibGuide widget code from the librarian via email or from the LibGuide itself. Copy (Ctrl-C) it. 2. In Eagle Online ( turn editing turned on) from the Blocks tab, choose to add an HTML block. Go to the new HTML block. 3. Click on the Configuration icon 4. Type in a Block Title 5. Go to the Content box and click on the <> button (Toggle HTML Source) on the editing toolbar. 6. Paste (Ctrl-V) in the widget code. 7. Click on Save changes at the bottom. 8. View the results! Your HTML block should now show the LibGuide widget 9. Note- the same code snippet can be used to add the widget to any HTML page you wish!
    21. 21. Treasure 3: Librarian Favorites Mildred’s Pick Daisy’s Picks Melba’s Pick Klairon’s Picks
    22. 22. Questions and Comments Thank you for your attention! Special thanks to our fellow marketing committee members: Daisy, Klairon, Stephanie, Trudy, Justine, and Gwen . Special thanks to Bill Hord and Jennifer Stidham for providing instructions on how to add widgets and iframes into Eagle Online.

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