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Title: Janet G Schnall, MS, AHIP


1
Adopting Streaming Video Technology for Library
Instruction Any Time, Any Place
  • Janet G Schnall, MS, AHIP
  • Terry Ann Jankowski, MLS, AHIP

2
Objectives
  • Describe evolution of use of streaming video for
    annotating web instruction pages and tutorials
  • Share evaluation of the videos
  • Describe practical tips for using streaming video
    for web instruction any time, any place

3
University of Washington Health Sciences
Libraries
  • Part of a large urban academic medical center
  • Serves 6 nationally ranked health sciences
    schools
  • 20,000 primary clients (faculty, staff,
    students)

4
  • Education by HSL Liaisons 2003
  • 326 sessions
  • 6,280 participants
  • 90 in curriculum or point of use
  • 47 out of library

5
UW School of Nursing
  • Ranked 1 by U.S. News and World Report every
    year since survey began in 1984
  • 470 students, including 300 graduate students
  • 120 faculty plus 600 clinical faculty
  • Offers BSN, MN, MS and PhD degrees

6
Nursing Curriculum IntegrationSix Core Modules
  • Getting Started with Library Resources
    Literature Searching
  • Navigating the Web Using Search Tools and
    Evaluating Resources
  • Basic Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice
    Resources
  • Research to Practice Advanced Techniques for
    Finding Information for Clinical Practice
  • Managing the Literature with Current Awareness
    Services and EndNote
  • Finding Measurement Tools

7
Evolution of Teaching Technologies
Streaming Video
Interactive Modules
Sample Searches
Web Outlines
8
Web Outlines
9
Sample Searches
10
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11
Transform from static web to interactive modules
  • Could be used for virtual learning on and off
    site
  • Hired Educational Technology Specialist
  • EndNote and Rx Finding Drug Information
  • Time consuming
  • Case-based scenarios

12
Interactive modules
13
Nursing Methods distance classes Summer 2002
  • Online only
  • Course web site with assignments, readings,
    online discussions
  • How to handle library piece?

14
Use streaming video forlibrary modules
  • Why?
  • Culture of videotaped lectures on Reserve
  • Support both distance and on-campus students

15
How we did it
  • Library liaison was videotaped presenting the
    PubMed and CINAHL modules
  • Nursing IT provided technical support to create
    and produce streaming video of the lectures

16
Librarian thoughts
  • Computer screen shots fuzzy and difficult to read
    online
  • Not worth time and effort to videotape first
  • Decision use Camtasia exclusively for rest of
    modules

17
What is Camtasia?
  • Software that captures screen activity and sounds
    of any Windows desktop for a defined time
  • Produces videos to be streamed
  • Suite of 3 programs, including Camtasia Recorder
    and Camtasia Producer
  • Cost approx. 300

18
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How to evaluate streaming videos?
  • Small Group Instructional Diagnosis
  • Listserv/email
  • Online class discussion
  • Survey using WebQ

20
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21
Streaming Video Evaluation Results
  • Good acceptance of video, although still
    preferred in-person session
  • Other formats would also be acceptable
  • Viewed more than once
  • Would be more useful if indexed or sub-divided

22
Library Lesson 1
  • Camtasia videos worked very well!
  • Multi-purpose software use for teaching or
    presentations
  • Relatively inexpensive
  • Minimal equipment needed for production
  • Short learning curve
  • Fast and easy to produce
  • Can use free software (e.g.,RealOne Player) to
    view results
  • Learners could use videos any time, any place

23
Library Lesson 2
  • Streaming video could be used to annotate more
    web Help pages with short clips
  • PubMed at the UW
  • http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/pubmed/
  • Searching CINAHL Nursing and Allied Health
  • http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/cinahl/

24
http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/pubme
d/
Click on arrow to see video
25
http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/cinahl/
Click on arrow to see video
26
Library Lesson 3
  • Streaming video can be used to annotate web
    tutorials
  • Finding Measurement Tools
  • http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/measuremen
    t/

27
http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/mea
surement/
Click on arrows to view videos
28
Library Lesson 4
  • Teaching materials should be provided in a
    variety of formats

29
Library Lesson 5
  • Developed proficiency in using streaming video

30
http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/camtasia
31
Practical Tips and Tricks Planning the Video
  • Analog headset microphone best
  • Use standard set of Camtasia options for
    consistency
  • Divide main topic into segments
  • Decide on script or natural speech
  • Adjust browser before recording to eliminate
    unnecessary window elements
  • Do a run-through before recording

32
Practical Tips and TricksRecording
  • Set aside enough time
  • Record in quiet location
  • After hitting record button, wait until frames
    advance before speaking
  • Think about introducing yourself, if relevant
  • Speak slowly and enunciate
  • Do not mention dates, numbers of citations, or
    colors which could be invalid later
  • Be as descriptive as possible
  • Account for screens looking different in other
    browsers

33
Camtasia Recording Room
34
Practical Tips and TricksSetup
  • The following videos will help you prepare the
    Camtasia Recorder and your desktop for recording.
    The free RealOne player is required to watch the
    videos
  • The Capture, View, and Effects Menus (456,
    3.5MB)
  • The Tools and Help Menus (615, 4MB)
  • Setup the Desktop (454, 5MB)
  • Recording (545, 4.5MB)
  • http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/camtasia/

35
Practical Tips and TricksProduction
  • If the videos will be delivered over the Web
  • Watch a video on producing for the Web (824,
    5.8MB)
  • http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/camtasia/

36
Future Plans
  • Add streaming video clips to additional web Help
    pages
  • Add streaming video examples in more web
    tutorials
  • Conduct comparative evaluation studies
  • full lecture vs. short clip videos
  • videos vs. other methods
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