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    • BOOK MOVIE
    • movingimages MOVIE
    • wordsBOOK
    • sound MOVIE
    • pagesBOOK
    • listening MOVIE
    • readingBOOK
    • CD’s MOVIE
    • BOOK MOVIE
    • BOOK is a library material. But how about a MOVIE ?
    • A Library Instruction
    • defined as any device used to aid in the communication of ideas.Required audio- visual equipment to be presented properly. (OHP, LCD projector)
    • Different form of book. Instructional media.
    • Slidesa still- image/photograph that is protected by glass or cardboard frame.
    • 2 forms:Standard slide- 3 ¼ inches by 4 inches.Miniature slides- 2 by 2 inches.
    • 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.
    • TransparenciesTransparent sheets (acetate) projected with OHP.Can be colored/ simple ink.7 ½ by 9 inches (19 by 23 cm).
    • Slides, filmstrips and transparencies are unpopular nowadays.But libraries still collect these types of materials, because of the valuable information it contained.
    • 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.
    • USESEducational information.The subject can be taught with detail and clarity.Motivational force.Easy to transport and use.Interesting.
    • LIMITATIONSFor slides, filmstrips, transparencies, not excessive use.For slides and filmstrips, lacks audition.Commercially unavailable (slides, filmstrips, OHP)Preservation and storage problem.
    • thank you for listening!