A colleague and I created videos for the museum pass program at the Brooks Memorial Library in Brattleboro, VT. Our target audience was the public library base as a whole, but with special attention to families with young children. We used puppets as our show hosts. I used the video editing application Camtasia for this project and found it to be a good program. I also used IMovie for some quick video edits from our video recording device as it was an Apple Product with that software included. This was created for LIS 488- Technology for Library and Information Science Professionals in Spring 2016.
I created 2 tutorials for the Sunderland Public Library. These can also be seen on the online pathfinder I created for them here. The pathfinder was specifically for teens researching the Holocaust, but the videos are useful for anyone learning to search in the Online Public Access Catalog. I used IMovie, Quicktime, and Free Music Archive music for these videos.
Videos on how to search in the Library’s Online Catalog