In the past few years, my role as a librarian at the University of Rochester has given me the opportunity to work with the Rochester community a lot, especially with local high schools who are part of the International Baccalaureate program. I’ve met and worked with hundreds of students and dozens of faculty and librariansContinue reading “Cooperation and Community-Engaged Learning”
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Please join us at 3pm EST on Thursday, August 6th for our livestream broadcast, One Bright Idea, where the participants of the Digital Academy media creation workshop will share with friends and colleagues what they’ve learned during the workshop, and what they’ll experiment with as part of their work in…
I hadn’t edited together videos from YouTube before, so here’s a little montage of the animals I’ve met.
One thing we’re trying at the Digital Academy is making screencasts…quicktime makes screencasting very easy. I can absolutely make quick videos when I get a question, and it will be a lot easier than writing out a list of long instructions. I can even put the links into our LibStats program, so anyone could grabContinue reading “My first screencast!”
Testing out the gif maker at https://www.memecenter.com/gifmaker We’re making gifs of emotions at the digital academy at UR.