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The presentation by Elaine Settergren and Alyssa Novak. Screencasting: Launch a Virtual Library Instruction Program for the MN Library Association Conference, 2012.

The presentation by Elaine Settergren and Alyssa Novak. Screencasting: Launch a Virtual Library Instruction Program for the MN Library Association Conference, 2012.

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  • effective placement of screencasts –
  • Experiment with what works for you and your organization. We like SOM & YT for the free and easy aspects. Jing – 5 min, .swf filesCaptivate - .swf files, learning curve, costlyHave you done screencasting? What tools have you used?
  • The internet can change as fast as the weather. Remember when Meebo died? You may want to devise a back-up plan for your YouTube files. Other issues are ads and sometimes losing some customization or convenience features.
  • Attention-span runs out
  • Reviewed at least once a year. faculty input. Read assignment before creation/revision. Also database interface changes.
  • Use the “annotations” feature in YouTube to add a link from the old video to the new one. Change to Private and use the “views” in analytics to make sure you “caught” all the links. Then you can delete.
  • Feedback: faculty, comments, likes. Stats: fun in YouTube!

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  • 1. Screencasting: Launch a Virtual Library Instruction Program Elaine Settergren and Alyssa Novak
  • 2. What’s a Screencast?http://youtu.be/QRgmhMMhr6s
  • 3. Ask questions &tweet your notes! #mnlib12
  • 4. Reach your audience where they’re at
  • 5. …and where they’ll likely need help
  • 6. …remind them that help is easilyaccessible - anytime, anywhere
  • 7. The skys the limit!
  • 8. 1. No software 2. Easy upload to download YouTube required3. Easy start & stop to 4. Video editing is edit recording on possible, but not the fly necessary 5. FREE and easy
  • 9. 1. The audience is 2. Allows for closed already using it captioning3. Accessible on 4. Easy to track every device analytics5. Flexibility with 6. FREE and easy embeddability
  • 10. Upload your .txtfile and select"transcript file"
  • 11. Other OptionsMore!http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2011/25-resources-to-create-library-videos/
  • 12. Caveats of free tools Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/demir/2373977120/
  • 13. Develop Best Practices
  • 14. 1. Introduce yourself!
  • 15. 2. Keep it short!
  • 16. 3. Add metadata
  • 17. 4. Include contact info
  • 18. Keep it up-to-date
  • 19. Feedback & Statistics Video Manager
  • 20. Analytics > Views Reports >Playback Locations
  • 21. Analytics > Views Reports > Traffic Sources
  • 22. Analytics > Views Reports >Audience Retention
  • 23. 3, 2, 1...Lift off!
  • 24. Elaine Settergren – esettergren@globuniversity.edu Alyssa Novak – anovak@globeuniversity.edu
  • 25. ToolsScreencast-o-matic. http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/YouTube. http://www.youtube.comGlogster. http://www.glogster.com/LibGuides. http://springshare.com/libguides/Kroski, E. (2011, Sept. 1). 25+ resources to create library videos. Retrieved from OEDb:http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2011/25-resources-to-create-library-videos/Kroski, E. (2012, June 29). How to make library instructional (or other educational)videos and screencasts. Retrieved from OEDb:http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2012/how-to-make-library-instructional-or-other-educational-videos-and-screencasts/
  • 26. ResourcesEkart, D. F. (2012). The day Meebo died. Computers In Libraries, 32(7), 34-35.Holder, J. (2012, Sept. 19). 15 ways to learn something new. Retrieved from http://www.wisebread.com/15-free-ways-to-learn-something-newJacobsen, M. (2011). Screencasting for an audience of one. Library Journal, 136(1), 142.King, D. L. (2011, Dec.8). Focus on Youtube – Summary and Why? http://www.davidleeking.com/2011/12/08/focus-on-youtube-summary-and-why/#.UGIKaaTyZLcKroski, E. (2011, Sept. 1). 25+ resources to create library videos. Retrieved from OEDb: http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2011/25-resources-to-create-library-videos/Kroski, E. (2012, June 29). How to make library instructional (or other educational) videos and screencasts. Retrieved from OEDb:http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2012/how-to-make-library-instructional-or-other-educational-videos-and-screencasts/Kroski, E. (2009). Thats infotainment!. School Library Journal, 55(2), 40-42.Moore, K. (2011, July 26). 71% of online adults now use video-sharing sites. Retrieved from Pew Internet:http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/Video-sharing-sites/Report/Findings.aspxRogers, C. R. (2011, Dec.). Social Media, Libraries, and Web 2.0: How American Libraries are Using New Tools for Public Relationsand to Attract New Users. http://www.statelibrary.sc.gov/docs/pr/201202_com_social_media_survey_dec_2011.pdfYouTube. (n.d.). Statistics. Retrieved Sept. 26, 2012 from http://www.youtube.com/t/press_statistics