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Booktalks & beyond
Booktalks & beyond
Booktalks & beyond
Booktalks & beyond
Booktalks & beyond
Booktalks & beyond
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Booktalks & Beyond: creating and sharing library videos

Booktalks & Beyond: creating and sharing library videos

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  • Seen these done several ways: Talking head or slideshow seem to be the most popular
  • Creative Commons: simple, standardized way to grant copyright permissions to their work. “some rights reserved approach”
  • Use embed code or upload from computer. Vimeo you can create your own Channel
  • Book talking programs, outreach and promotion of programs and services, staff development, fun!
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    • 1. Booktalks & Beyond<br />Creating and sharing video booktalks using free online tools and resources at our library<br />
    • 2. What exactly is a video booktalk?<br />BCL Teen Library Council Booktalks<br />The Lightning Thief Book Trailer from Digital Booktalk<br />Magic Pickle and the Planet from Scholastic <br />One Minute Critic FVRL<br />
    • 3. Concerned about copyright?<br />Use images and audio you have created yourself<br />Material that is in the <br /> Public Domain<br />Creative Commons Works<br />Fair-use in education <br />
    • 4. Where to find Creative Commons and Public Domain materials<br />Google Images Advanced Search<br />Yahoo Images Advanced Search<br />Flickr Advanced Search<br />MorgueFile: Public Image Archive<br />Wikimedia Commons<br />Life Photo Archive<br />LOC Photostream on Flickr<br />NYPL Digital Library<br />Internet Archive<br />http://www.archive.org/details/Pickofth1939<br />
    • 5. Where to find free sounds and music<br />Free Music Archive <br />SoundBible<br />The Free Sound Project <br />RoyaltyFreeMusic.com<br />Jamendo<br />Myna Sound Editor: Remix audio clips and record voice, instruments and sound fx<br />
    • 6. Slideshows & editing video online<br />Animoto—30 second videos free!<br />Photo Peach—photos, music, captions<br />Stupeflix Studio--$3 per video<br />Muvee Cloud—private, invitation only, viewing<br />Flixtime—free 60 second videos<br />JayCut—undergoing changes but very cool<br />
    • 7. Editing software<br />Camtasia<br />iMovie<br />Windows Movie Maker <br />(make a software request to your supervisor)<br />
    • 8. Using Animoto and Flixtime<br />Flixtime Demo<br />Animoto Demo<br />Camtasia Demo<br />
    • 9. Sharing your videos<br />Share on Facebook, Blogger, or Tumblr<br />SchoolTube and TeacherTube<br />Vimeo<br />YouTube<br />
    • 10. Why Should I Bother?<br />Cool things libraries are doing with video<br />Chicago’s YouMedia<br />Mitchell Public Library TeenSpace digital book reviews <br />Appleton Public Library Teen Booktalks<br />ALA’s Why I Need My Library <br />Birmingham Teen Summer Reading<br />Librarians Go Gaga<br />The LibVid Awards<br />YOUmedia Animation Jam Promo<br />
    • 11. For more information<br />Free Technology for Teachers<br />Tammy’s Technology Tips for Teachers<br />“Team Building with Video Projects”—Sarah Ludwig, VOYA 2011<br />This presentation on slideshare.net<br />Collingswood Library Promo<br />

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