If you’re interested in learning more about screencasts and hearing tips on how to create them, this is the perfect on-demand webinar for you! Screencasts are excellent tools for demonstrating software, teaching computer skills, and visually sharing step-by-step navigation of websites and databases. They can be a powerful tool for all sizes of public libraries. Come learn how to design and produce killer screencasts for staff and public use, whether your targeted audience is a single person or an entire community.
This archived webinar was originally presented July 18, 2012.
Running time: 56 minutes
At the conclusion of this on-demand webinar, participants will:
- Understand the strengths and weaknesses of premium and free screencasting programs
- Be familiar with the mechanics of creating a polished screencast
- Know how to use screencasts for everyday questions and for unique situations
- Think like an experienced screencast producer
Who Should Attend
- Librarians designing instructional materials for patrons and/or staff
- Librarians interested in utilizing technology for improving service at public help areas
Mikael "Mick" Jacobsen is librarian and supervisor of Adult Computer Labs at the Skokie (Ill.) Public Library.
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