Saturday, February 21, 2009

Use of Instructional Videos by Dalhousie University Libraries

It is always interesting to see what instructional techniques other libraries have adopted.

Dalhousie University Libraries in Halifax, Nova Scotia provide some great examples of instructional videos to help library users. They show a great diversity of approaches.

They can be played as Flash or .wmv movies, or downloaded to an iPod. It is also possible to read the scripts in PDF format.

Law libraries are also experimenting with online tutorials in a variety of formats:

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 3:26 pm


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