Library orientation video

September 1, 2009 at 11:16 am Leave a comment

Inspired by an orientation presentation we’ve been doing all summer for freshmen & their parents, we now have a self-running orientation “video” that can be played for students.

I created this version when another librarian asked me if we had something we could provide a faculty member who wanted to just play something as students were walking in and getting settled into the class. This just happens to be one of the Centennial Hall classes this semester – one that has 1,200 students enrolled.

I want to add music to this, but in the meantime it’s a nice silent presentation. I created it using the flash-editor program, FlyPaper. Take a look!

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