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• Video as an Instructional Tool in the LibraryLIVE ACTION - INFORMAL
Ringling Collegestudents watched48,000Lynda.comvideos during the2010-2011school year.     SCREENCASTING
DefinitionScreencasting captures the actions of computer screens in a video file. Audio is often a part of screencasting.
Allows for various learning preferences (VARK)Availability across various locations and timesPause-able, repeatable
HardwareSoftwareFile Format
TIME   • 15-20 minutes         recording         time to         produce a 2-         minute video       • Trial and error...
• Eresources                 Content   – Intermediate or advanced search tips   – Account creation or download• Reference ...
Final Tips• Review other library screencasts• Review Wikipedia’s comparison of  screencasting tools• Test your computer’s ...
ARLIS/SE Video as an Instructional Tool in the Library
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This presentation was delivered at the ARLIS/SE meeting in November 2011. It discusses the uses of video as an instructional tool for reference, bibliographic instruction, training, and more.

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ARLIS/SE Video as an Instructional Tool in the Library

  1. 1. LIVE ACTION - SCRIPTED
  2. 2. • Video as an Instructional Tool in the LibraryLIVE ACTION - INFORMAL
  3. 3. Ringling Collegestudents watched48,000Lynda.comvideos during the2010-2011school year. SCREENCASTING
  4. 4. DefinitionScreencasting captures the actions of computer screens in a video file. Audio is often a part of screencasting.
  5. 5. Allows for various learning preferences (VARK)Availability across various locations and timesPause-able, repeatable
  6. 6. HardwareSoftwareFile Format
  7. 7. TIME • 15-20 minutes recording time to produce a 2- minute video • Trial and error • Be prepared • Write an outline • Practice on- screen movements
  8. 8. • Eresources Content – Intermediate or advanced search tips – Account creation or download• Reference – One-on-one videos• Instruction – Class follow-up or preparation for bibliographic instruction sessions
  9. 9. Final Tips• Review other library screencasts• Review Wikipedia’s comparison of screencasting tools• Test your computer’s microphone• Create/get access to your library’sVimeo or YouTube account• Get used to listening to your recorded voice

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