Session Title

Creating and Implementing Information Literacy-based Online Multimedia Instructional Content

Presenter Information

John Shawler, Credo Reference

Description

Librarians are often challenged to create online content for their user community. However, they are sometimes at a loss as to how to find appropriate software to create materials, and how to implement a scalable workflow. This presentation will be an interactive discussion about the common issues faced when creating your own videos and tutorials. It will provide an overview of free and commercial software options that are available to create interactive videos, tutorials, and quizzes. We will also discuss best practices, strategies for workflow, and real-world examples of implementation. Upon completion, attendees will be able to evaluate and select software that will meet their creation needs, and implement a scalable workflow to create videos, tutorials, and quizzes that meet their institution’s goals for information literacy.

Start Date

21-3-2013 2:30 PM

End Date

21-3-2013 3:30 PM

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Mar 21st, 2:30 PM Mar 21st, 3:30 PM

Creating and Implementing Information Literacy-based Online Multimedia Instructional Content

Librarians are often challenged to create online content for their user community. However, they are sometimes at a loss as to how to find appropriate software to create materials, and how to implement a scalable workflow. This presentation will be an interactive discussion about the common issues faced when creating your own videos and tutorials. It will provide an overview of free and commercial software options that are available to create interactive videos, tutorials, and quizzes. We will also discuss best practices, strategies for workflow, and real-world examples of implementation. Upon completion, attendees will be able to evaluate and select software that will meet their creation needs, and implement a scalable workflow to create videos, tutorials, and quizzes that meet their institution’s goals for information literacy.