Flip Video Cameras to Market Your Library (SEFLIN) (SWFLN)

Learn how to use Flip video cameras to share your library story with the world.

This three-hour course will provide a hands-on introduction to using Flip video cameras in your library. These simple camcorders can be used by people with any level of video experience to create, edit, and share movies. Find out how libraries are using this technology as a tool for:

•recording library events
•creating virtual tours
•library marketing and advocacy
•producing training and instructional videos
•and more
Get basic editing tips and learn how to share your finished videos with the world.

SEFLIN will provide a Flip camera for each student to use during the class. Flip cameras will be available for checkout to SEFLIN member libraries.

Adam Davis is the Branch Manager at the West Boynton Branch Library in Palm Beach County. He is enthusiastic about using new technologies to put the word out in the community that libraries are spaces where communities gather for entertainment as well as education. Adam also loves to explore technologies and trends that are free or cheap to implement and help staff provide superior services to their patrons.

Please register for this event at the SWFLN CE Calendar at www.swfln.org. Staff from Florida libraries may register for this workshop at no charge. Priority will be given to SEFLIN members. Non-members will be placed on a waiting list and added as space permits after the registration deadline.

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