Sunday, February 04, 2007

InfoTubey Awards For Best YouTube Library Videos

I caught this on the "M" Word - Marketing Libraries blog.

The publisher Information Today has launched the first InfoTubey Awards to be presented at the 2007 Computers in Libraries Conference in mid-April:

"(T)hese awards recognize those creating YouTube library-related productions. Awards will be presented to the top five productions that demonstrate creativity, humor, and sincerity (of course!) in marketing a library or library services or enhancing the library's value".

People have until February 14 to submit nominations.

Nancy Dowd, a marketing specialist for the New Jersey State Library and the creator of the "M" Word blog, also publishes the blog Library Videos - The Best of... that attempts to gather together and highlight library videos on the Internet.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 4:19 pm


Blogger Nancy Dowd said...

Hi Michel, Thanks for the mention. We’re conducting an experiment to see if we can break the record for the most comments posted on a YouTube video and we need you to post your three reasons and pass the word. Of course what makes it even better is that it will be a library video that breaks the record! Hope you post and pass the word! Thanks, Nancy

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