MOOCs or massive open online courses that can be attended by hundreds of thousands of students at the same time have become wildly popular in recent years, and have begun to gain traction with libraries as well. There are many potential roles for libraries in MOOCs including: development, support, assessment, modeling, teaching, and preservation. In MOOCs and Libraries, learn how you can utilize MOOCs for staff training, bibliographic instruction, supporting faculty curriculum, and more! Readers of this start-to-finish guide to MOOC's in libraries will learn all about MOOC creation, from early stage planning, pedagogy, and equipment selection, to filming and launch, including: How to Choose Hardware and Software for Your MOOC Planning your first MOOC project Planning for a Library MOOC Video Project How to Develop MOOC Scripts Storyboarding Choosing a MOOC Filming Location How to create MOOCs for bibliographic instruction How to create MOOCs for staff training How to create video lectures and screencastsSnagIt is very similar to Jing, with an easy-to-use interface, but provides you with additional features, such as the ability to ... videos (over five minutes), blur sensitive information, scroll up and down on screencast web pages, and much more. ... Lastly, TechSmith does have excellent written and video tutorials available to help users with questions about either Jing ... ScreenFlow5 (mM to MM, cost $99.99).
|Title||:||MOOCs and Libraries|
|Author||:||Kyle K. Courtney|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-08-13|