Screencasting Tools: Create Tutorials (MAC and PC)
The Queens Library will be running some Summer EduTech Workshops in co-operation with the DLIS graduate program beginning Wednesday, June 11 and continuing every Wednesday through August 27th; please feel free to join us Wednesdays at 10:30, either in Queens LIB 110 or the Online meeting room: http://stjohnslibrary.adobeconnect.com/qlib110/ (Note: this session will be recorded)
Trying to describe how to navigate a site or program to a friend or colleague can be challenging, but showing them how to do something on their computer is much clearer. Screencasting lets you create a "video" of your computer screen, so that you can coach someone through whatever computer-based steps they need to get the project done!
Related LibGuide: Screencasting: Definition, Uses, Examples, and instructions
If you have never attended an Adobe Connect meeting before, you might want to test your connection prior to the meeting:
For a tutorial video on using our library meeting software as a participant: http://screencast.com/t/svsKE4zr7xS
Your feedback on these session, or your suggestions for facilitating additional topics, are welcome.
Workshop List and Registration: http://stjohns.libcal.com/SJUlibworkshops
(registration is not required, but helpful for planning and troubleshooting purposes)
For additional information, contact Kathryn G. Shaughnessy, Associate Professor / Librarian, St. John's University Library, Queens, 718 -990-1454