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  1. 1. BOOK MOVIE
  2. 2. movingimages MOVIE
  3. 3. wordsBOOK
  4. 4. sound MOVIE
  5. 5. pagesBOOK
  6. 6. listening MOVIE
  7. 7. readingBOOK
  8. 8. CD’s MOVIE
  9. 9. BOOK MOVIE
  10. 10. BOOK is a library material. But how about a MOVIE ?
  11. 11. A Library Instruction
  12. 12. defined as any device used to aid in the communication of ideas.Required audio- visual equipment to be presented properly. (OHP, LCD projector)
  13. 13. Different form of book. Instructional media.
  14. 14. Slidesa still- image/photograph that is protected by glass or cardboard frame.
  15. 15. 2 forms:Standard slide- 3 ¼ inches by 4 inches.Miniature slides- 2 by 2 inches.
  16. 16. Filmstrips (Film slides/slide films)Is a series of still-pictures.One strip may consist of 14-70 frames, usually 35- 40 frames.Cannot be repaired.There are sound film strips.
  17. 17. TransparenciesTransparent sheets (acetate) projected with OHP.Can be colored/ simple ink.7 ½ by 9 inches (19 by 23 cm).
  18. 18. Slides, filmstrips and transparencies are unpopular nowadays.But libraries still collect these types of materials, because of the valuable information it contained.
  19. 19. Motion pictures/filmsPresent moving and dynamic images.Before, by reels presented with projector.Now, in VCD/DVD form with the use of VCD/DVD players.
  20. 20. USESEducational information.The subject can be taught with detail and clarity.Motivational force.Easy to transport and use.Interesting.
  21. 21. LIMITATIONSFor slides, filmstrips, transparencies, not excessive use.For slides and filmstrips, lacks audition.Commercially unavailable (slides, filmstrips, OHP)Preservation and storage problem.
  22. 22. thank you for listening!

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