Students in the Director's Chair: Leveraging Student Talent to Create Library Videos
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Presented at the 2013 Brick & Click Academic Libraries Symposium

Presented at the 2013 Brick & Click Academic Libraries Symposium

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Students in the Director's Chair: Leveraging Student Talent to Create Library Videos Students in the Director's Chair: Leveraging Student Talent to Create Library Videos Presentation Transcript

  • an  overview of     video production in      libraries
  • Coastal Carolina University | Kimbel Library
  • Brigham Young University | Harold B. Lee Library
  • Arizona State University Libraries | Library Minute Series
  • Elon University | Carol Grotnes Belk Library
  • The SMCM video project
  • The Professional Fellowship Program
  • Program Structure
  • What DID NOT Work
  • What DID NOT Work Time for Training Lack of Structure Video Style
  • Using Interlibrary Loan created by Taylor Robb-McCord
  • What Worked
  • This is My Library created by Taylor Robb-McCord
  • Future Directions
  • Storyboards for Ebooks Publicity Video created by Eden Anbinder
  • Recommendations Set a Clear Goal/Purpose Content is King Develop a Workflow Student Skills & Connections Connect Videos Let Go
  • Recommendatio ns Questions? For more information, visit: SMCM Library on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/SMCMLibrary PFP Student Reflection http://librarysmcm.wordpress.com/ 2013/04/15/smcm-library-in-60-seconds/