Many libraries have already invested in streaming video services. If you have—or if you’re making the decision now to bring video into your institution—engaging faculty is of key importance. How can you show your faculty ways to get the most out of your library’s video resources? When faculty embrace video, the result is increased usage and best value for your investment.
Eileen Lawrence will explain a variety of tools both live and in development, addressing integration with systems like Blackboard and LibGuides, embedding, training videos, acquisition flexibility, discoverability, and other ways to draw faculty to video.
deg farrelly will discuss the importance of discoverability, the role of the librarian, and will give examples of what librarians are currently doing and can do.
Carolyn Bain will show examples of creative ways instructors have used video to improve research and how they’ve integrated video into teaching for specific subject areas.
We hope you’ll leave the presentation with new ideas for promoting video, building awareness, and creating excitement among your faculty members.