Saturday, July 14, 2012

For ALL Library Personnel Who Work with Youth

It's awesome when things just happen to mesh well - like this example.

Library personnel who work with youth at any type of library might want to consider this line-up of session choices for TechNet 2012. You'll get to choose your own 4th session, but check this out:

Session I: Internet Safety (Gary Price)

Session II: Arlington Public Library's Tech Centers (Erin Spicer & Jenny Ethington)

Session III: Poster Sessions (The one described below seems to be a perfect follow-up for folks who would like to implement Arlington's concepts.)

Ready, Set, Animate! Let your imagination come to life with the next generation of Web 2.0 products. Learn how to make informative and entertaining instruction sessions using free animation software! This poster session will compare and contrast Go!Animate and Xtranormal functions and features. Become an animator and learn how to create your own animated videos for instruction sessions, marketing, storytime, and event announcements. With a quick set up time and short learning curve, you can select settings, characters, graphics, and text then with a click, drag, and drop your video is complete. Animation is a creative alternative to screencasting to put a fresh spin on your library blog or website. Janet Bickel-Burton (SMU Cox School of Business Library & TWU Health Sciences Library – Dallas) & Lesley Tsuchiya (SMU Cox School of Business Library)

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