Making History with YouTube and the OPAC

 

The DALNET staff enjoyed attending the 2008 Michigan Library Association annual conference last week.  Lots of new things were learned that will be shared with consortium members.

Director Steven K. Bowers and volunteer Pat Lewis delivered a session entitled “Making History with YouTube and the OPAC”.  The presentation was about the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Speeches and Interviews project.  Click below to view materials from their presentation.

PowerPoint: http://www.dalnet.lib.mi.us/MLA/2008/MLA2008.ppt

Some Considerations When Proposing a Digital Project (Handout): http://www.dalnet.lib.mi.us/MLA/2008/digital_considerations_handout.doc

Download the MARC Records (right click and save): http://www.dalnet.lib.mi.us/MLA/2008/youtube_king

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One Response to Making History with YouTube and the OPAC

  1. Coy Stoff says:

    I have thought about this myself and you could not have explained it better!

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