Screencasting MLA 2012

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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.

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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!
  • Screencasting MLA 2012

    1. 1. Screencasting: Launch a Virtual Library Instruction Program Elaine Settergren and Alyssa Novak
    2. 2. What’s a Screencast?http://youtu.be/QRgmhMMhr6s
    3. 3. Ask questions &tweet your notes! #mnlib12
    4. 4. Reach your audience where they’re at
    5. 5. …and where they’ll likely need help
    6. 6. …remind them that help is easilyaccessible - anytime, anywhere
    7. 7. The skys the limit!
    8. 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. 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. 10. Upload your .txtfile and select"transcript file"
    11. 11. Other OptionsMore!http://oedb.org/blogs/ilibrarian/2011/25-resources-to-create-library-videos/
    12. 12. Caveats of free tools Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/demir/2373977120/
    13. 13. Develop Best Practices
    14. 14. 1. Introduce yourself!
    15. 15. 2. Keep it short!
    16. 16. 3. Add metadata
    17. 17. 4. Include contact info
    18. 18. Keep it up-to-date
    19. 19. Feedback & Statistics Video Manager
    20. 20. Analytics > Views Reports >Playback Locations
    21. 21. Analytics > Views Reports > Traffic Sources
    22. 22. Analytics > Views Reports >Audience Retention
    23. 23. 3, 2, 1...Lift off!
    24. 24. Elaine Settergren – esettergren@globuniversity.edu Alyssa Novak – anovak@globeuniversity.edu
    25. 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. 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

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