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Recommended readings on best practices for creating library instructional videos? (articles or book chapters, OA preferred but not required.) Thanks!
October 12, 2011
Aaron the Librarian
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I have seen articles on this (do you have access to a lib lit database?), but for examples and ideas try the ACRL PRIMO collection of instructional materials - there for the sharing - why create something new if someone else already is sharing it
Good idea, Steven. This is for an online class I'm teaching. I'll link to the PRIMO collection for sure. I do have access to a couple of LIS databases, and I have a couple of things I think will work as readings. I just wanted to get any awesome personal recommendations that LSW might have as well. -
Is the question "Best practices for videos" or "Best practices for library videos"? If the former, I'd look way and outside of libraryland to find good tutorials for video creation. -
Hm, the context is library videos, but that's a good point. -
ANTS has a best practices in screencasting wiki:
(the whole project is open-source). -
Not really best practices, but a nice writeup:
You guys are great. Thank you all. -
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