Slide Deck vs Screencast

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With the abundance of cloud-based presentation options, librarians must decide what medium is best for various types of instruction. Slide decks and screencasts have a myriad of pros and cons, but can be effectively used in varying situations. Best practices of both choosing an appropriate medium as well as using that particular medium to it's highest potential will be discussed.

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Slide Deck vs Screencast

  1. 1. SLIDEDECK VSSCREENCASTChoosing the Right Medium and Using it WellAbby Bedford, MSI - Grand Valley State University
  2. 2. Why online?
  3. 3. Asynchronous
  4. 4. Point-of-Need
  5. 5. NSDNo Significant Difference
  6. 6. Slide Decks an overview
  7. 7. All logos are the property of the companies they represent
  8. 8. Appearance
  9. 9. “Superman” by Flickr user Fonzie’s cousinused under an Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike Creative Commons License
  10. 10. Using multiple fontsis distracting andcan be difficult to read.
  11. 11. University Library
  12. 12. University Library
  13. 13. University Library
  14. 14. University Library
  15. 15. University Library University Library University Library University Library
  16. 16. animations need purpose
  17. 17. animations need meaning
  18. 18. Content
  19. 19. Accessibility
  20. 20. Branding
  21. 21. All logos are the property of the companies they represent
  22. 22. All logos are the property of the companies they represent
  23. 23. Screencasts an overview
  24. 24. All logos are the property of the companies they represent
  25. 25. Appearance
  26. 26. Content
  27. 27. Accessibility
  28. 28. Branding
  29. 29. All logos are the property of the companies they represent
  30. 30. All logos are the property of the companies they represent
  31. 31. Choosing the right medium
  32. 32. What is the goal?
  33. 33. Process vs. Concept
  34. 34. Let’s get fancy.
  35. 35. Bibliography• Anderson, K., & May, F. A. (2010). Does the method of instruction matter? An experimental examination of information literacy instruction in the online, blended, and face-to-face classrooms. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 36, 495-500.• Desjardins, J. (2010). Steal this presentation [Slideshare presentation]. Retrieved from http:// www.slideshare.net/jessedee/steal-this-presentation-5038209• Kimok, D., & Heller-Ross, H. (2008). Visual tutorials for point-of-need insturction in online courses. Journal of Library Administration, 48, 527-543.• Mestre, L. S. (2010). Matching up learning styles with learning objects: What’s effective? Journal of Library Administration, 50, 808-829• Reece, G. J. (2007). Critical thinking and cognitive transfer: Implications for the development of online information literacy tutorials. Research Strategies, 20, 482-493.• Reidsma, M. (2011). Typefaces as identity. Retrieved from http://matthew.reidsrow.com/articles/10• Shaffer, B. A. (2011). Graduate student library research skills: Is online instruction effective? Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 5, 35-55.
  36. 36. Questions?Abby Bedford, MSIScience LibrarianGrand Valley State Universitybedforda@gvsu.edu

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