by Greg R. Notess
Learn how to quickly and easily produce instructional videos displaying screen activity and accompanied with audio explanations. Screencasting will help you teach and guide your users to digital resources from complex databases to ebooks. Covering free software tools as well as leading commercial products, the book informs you on hosting options, promotion, and using embeds to put instruction into your users' workflows.
Greg R. Notess is team leader / reference librarian at Montana State University. He is a writer, speaker, and consultant focusing on the Internet, online information resources, web searching, and the search engine industry. Follow Greg on Twitter: @notess.
See Greg's blog LibCasting on screencasting and libraries. Its companion web page for the book features examples, templates, and supplementary content.
Greg talks about the book with Series Editor Ellyssa Kroski.
Table of Contents, Chapter 1, Index
Screencasting for Libraries