Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Register for ACRL e-learning webcast, "Getting Started with Screencasting"

Register now for the Association of College and Research Libraries
(ACRL) e-learning webcast, "Getting Started with Screencasting," to be
offered March 11, 2008 at 11 a.m Pacific 12:00 p.m. Mountain 1:00
p.m. Central 2:00 p.m. Eastern.

This two hour session will explore screencasting-delivering screen
captures via RSS-and its potential applications in the academic library.
Participants will be provided with examples of screencasts, information
on various software applications used to create screencasts, and tips
for choosing content, preparing, recording and delivering a screencast.

Courtney Greene is Instruction & Online Learning Librarian at DePaul
University, where she is also pursuing a second master's degree in
Human-Computer Interaction. Courtney is an experienced instructor,
presenting library research instruction, teaching at both the
undergraduate and graduate level for DePaul's First Year Program and
School for New Learning. Additionally, she regularly presents continuing
education sessions for library staff on topics related to technology,
reference, and library instruction through library systems in the
Chicago metropolitan area. Additionally, Courtney has developed
Web-based library instruction for DePaul departments and for the
Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois (CARLI).
Courtney earned her Master of Library Science degree, as well as a BA in
English and Journalism, from Indiana University-Bloomington.

Registration for this webcast is now open. For additional information,
including technical requirements and a link to the online registration
form, visit:

ACRL and ALA members will receive a registration discount. The seminar
is limited to 60 participants, so register early. Payment may be made by
credit card or purchase order (PO) only.

ACRL member: $50
ALA member: $75
CACUL member: Can$90 (charges will be made in U.S. dollars)
Nonmember: $90
Student: $40
Group*: $295

* Webcasts take place in an interactive, online classroom environment
with one user/one login. If you select the group rate, one person must
register, login, and keyboard during the event. A group registration
allows an institution to project the Webcast to participants in the same


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