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This presentation on how to create tutorials that help demonstrate on screen activities or explain conceptual ideas was provided during a TechTalk for the MCLC. January 27, 2011

This presentation on how to create tutorials that help demonstrate on screen activities or explain conceptual ideas was provided during a TechTalk for the MCLC. January 27, 2011

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  • Lisa
  • Lisa – Demo, Conceptual… quick reference, reference instruction… schools, public library, corporate, academic
  • Juliann – Many options
  • Roger will work on this…..
  • Lisa: Jing – paid version & Olivia: Screenr
  • Olivia
  • Lisa
  • Lisa
  • Lisa - Training and reference (chat and email ref)
  • Olivia - No implementation is without bumps in the road…
  • Olivia - Tied to twitter; things to consider – making tweets private
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  • Screencasts on a Budget: Low Cost Options for Reference, Instruction, Training & More ! Juliann Couture, Lisa Kammerlocher, Roger Knouff
  • Juliann Couture Social Sciences Librarian Lisa Kammerlocher Social Sciences Librarian Roger Knouff Map Librarian
  • Screencasting View slide
  • Wide Applicability AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki #03062403466 AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster #070213043774 View slide
  • Challenge: Speedy Development AP Photo/Chuck Burton #071012044385
  • Considerations for Your Library:
    • Blocked sites
    • Ease of getting back to what you create
    • File Types produced
    • Ease of use for the average person
    • Flexible use – YouTube, embedding, local storage
    • Editing capability
    • Accessibility
  • Our Options
    • http://www.techsmith.com/jing/
    • Free Options
      • Local Installation
      • SWF Files
      • Screenshot, image editing and annotations
      • Single User
    • Paid Options
      • YouTube Upload
      • Branding
      • MP4
    • http://screenr.com/
    • Free
      • Browser based
      • SWF
      • MP4 Files
      • Download available after product is published
      • Simultaneous Users
    Many other options – select the right tool for you!
  • Our Solution: Screenr
  • Implementation: Orientation http://libguides.asu.edu/content.php?pid=141091
  • Implementation: Course Allison’s http://libguides.asu.edu/content.php?pid=99758&sid=748827
  • Implementation: ADA
  • Bumps in the Road
  • Bumps in the Road: Tied to Twitter
  • Bumps in the Road: Barriers
  • Resources for You
  • Thank you and Questions? http://www.flickr.com/photos/trojanguy/2796747263#