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David’s Video of the Computers in Libraries 2007 InfoTubey Awards



Quicktime .mov format | Youtube version

At the Computers in Libraries 2007 conference, Information Today held the first InfoTubey Awards. From their website, “[the Infotubey] awards will be presented to those organizations or individuals for outstanding YouTube productions. Premiering at the 2007 Computers in Libraries conference, these awards recognize those creating YouTube library-related productions. Awards will be presented to the top five productions that demonstrate creativity, humor, and sincerity (of course!) in marketing a library or library services or enhancing the library’s value.”

I created this video of the event… enjoy! Here’s the Powerpoint that went along with the event (some slides shown in the video).

*warning: this video is sorta big (41MB file), so it might take a little while to play/download/etc.*

**and it was a little dark in the room – I lightened it up a bit, but still dark nonetheless**

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  • http://www2.owen.vanderbilt.edu/rachel.vacek/index.php Rachel Vacek

    David- Thanks for sharing this! After reading your blog and everyone else’s out there in libraryland, and watching your videos, seeing the presentations, etc., it’s almost like being there. I wish I could have gone!

    It’s funny how you can read so much about what what people think, and interact with them online in a variety of social communities – you start to feel like you know people, like you’ve been friends for years, and then you remember that you haven’t met half the people you are “friends” with.

    Anyway, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all the effort you put into sharing what you know and your experiences.

  • Kathy Dempsey

    What a great job you did pulling out the hightlights of our award ceremony! You may have missed your calling as a video editor. Don’t quit your day job, tho–librarians need you to keep doing all the wonderful stuff you do for our industry.

    Rock On David!

  • Kathy Dempsey

    What a great job you did pulling out the hightlights of our award ceremony! You may have missed your calling as a video editor. Don’t quit your day job, tho–librarians need you to keep doing all the wonderful stuff you do for our industry.

    Rock On David!

  • Shamus McDerma

    This is great, thanks.

    BTW, just spotted this video by the Denver Public Library. Kind of cute.

  • Shamus McDerma

    This is great, thanks.

    BTW, just spotted this video by the Denver Public Library. Kind of cute.

  • http://www2.owen.vanderbilt.edu/rachel.vacek/index.php Rachel Vacek

    David- Thanks for sharing this! After reading your blog and everyone else's out there in libraryland, and watching your videos, seeing the presentations, etc., it's almost like being there. I wish I could have gone!

    It's funny how you can read so much about what what people think, and interact with them online in a variety of social communities – you start to feel like you know people, like you've been friends for years, and then you remember that you haven't met half the people you are “friends” with.

    Anyway, I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all the effort you put into sharing what you know and your experiences.