I Made it Online!
Translating instruction typically done in the classroom to the screen can be extremely difficult. In order to be creative and keep attention of millennial students simply using screencasting software like Camtasia or Jing is not always a viable solution. This presentation describes the use of three websites to create online video learning objects: Animoto.com, Prezi.com, and Xtranormal.com. Instruction librarians have a wealth of knowledge and material – sometimes the material just needs to be “jazzed-up” to appeal to our current student population. This presentation was given during at the Library Instruction Round Table - Capitalizing on Technology: A Teaching Technology Fair at the 2010 ALA Annual Conference from June 24 - 29, 2010 in Washington, D.C.
Higher Education and Teaching | Library and Information Science
Befus, Rebeca, "I Made it Online!" (2010). Library Scholarly Publications. Paper 28.