Here’s the presentation I just did at the ALA2007 RUSA Reinvented Reference pre-conference… Introduction to Videoblogging.
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never thought i’d say this..but now powerpoint presentation. I’m really glad to see you pushing videoblogging into the library systems. Seems like a no brainer to at least record/archive the great speakers who come through the libraries.
Excellent – thanks, Jay! Good to hear from you that I’m on the right track. I have high hopes for videoblogging in libraries – it’s a wonderful way to get all types of content out to customers in a visual format.
I love videoblogging, i like the creative ideas and enjoy actually making and editing the videos. (I made the Barbie book club video depicted in David’s presentation). My dilemma is one of time and equipment. I solved the second problem by just buying my own equipment (yeah, new toys!). The time problem is trickier — I have made about a dozen videos for my library now on youtube.com (TopekaLibrary) and they have all been done late at night and not on library time. Maybe I am just slow at editing, but it takes me between 5 and 8 hours to complete a 2-5 minute video, so I don’t see how I would ever have time to accomplish this task at work. I’ve had fun experimenting, but I need other suggestions for how to make videoblogging a bit less time consuming. Any ideas?
Excellent – thanks, Jay! Good to hear from you that I'm on the right track. I have high hopes for videoblogging in libraries – it's a wonderful way to get all types of content out to customers in a visual format.
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