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    • Linda Rath Christopher Tuthill Jerry Bornstein
    • Why a portal? … library-related instructional multimedia Create & aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate aggregate
    • Tutorials PDFs Captivate Videos
      • On-demand/as-needed instruction
      • Review or reinforce library classroom instruction
      • College faculty can use/assign media
      • Integrate video into Captivate tutorials
      • Embed/share – post on social media sites
      • Support Information Literacy
      How will media be used?
      • Tutorials on research strategies & databases
      • Library/College faculty interviews & tips
      • Student created videos (peer learning)
      • Marketing materials for library services & resources
      • Interviews of alumni & professionals
      Media Content
      • HD Flash drive camcorder (Panasonic HDC-TM300 120 GB)
      • Wireless microphone
      • Lighting kit
      • Abobe Premiere
      Equipment
      • Use of LibGuides – “hosted solution for dynamic library guides”
      • Any librarian can add multimedia to portal or add portal media to their guide
      The Portal
      • Staff time (set up, editing, etc.)
      • Knowledge-base/Learning curve
      • Have a dedicated computer/laptop
      • Issues with different formats/software
      • Keep media short in length
      • Create style guides or format guides
      Keep in mind ….
      • Buczynski, James A.. "Video Clip Reference: The Medium is the Message." Internet Reference Services Quarterly 14.1/2 (2009): 37-43. Library Lit & Inf Full Text . Web. 24 Mar. 2010.
      • Dey, Eric L., Helen E. Burn, and David Gerdes. "Bringing the Classroom to the Web: Effects of Using New Technologies to Capture and Deliver Lectures." Research in Higher Education 50.4 (2009): 377-393. ERIC . EBSCO. Web. 24 Mar. 2010.
      • Hughes, Gail D. "Using Videos to Bring Lecture to the Online Classroom." College Quarterly 12.1 (2009): ERIC . EBSCO. Web. 24 Mar. 2010.
      • McDermott, Irene E.. "Show Me How: Instructional Videos on the Web." Searcher 16.8 (2008): 49-54. Library Lit & Inf Full Text . Web. 24 Mar. 2010.
      • Tempelman-Kluit, Nadaleen. "Multimedia Learning Theories and Online Instruction."
        • College & Research Libraries 67.4 (2006): 364-9. Library Lit & Inf Full Text . Web. 24 Mar. 2010.
      Further reading …