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AALL Spectrum / March/April 2020 / Volume 24, Number 4

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MARCH/APRIL 2020 | AALL SPECTRUM 23 T oday, it is widely accepted that instructional videos provide many benefits over live instruction, including allowing people to learn at their own pace, on their own schedule, and from wherever they choose. A common technique for producing instructional videos is screencasting, a process that allows people to record what is happening on their computer screens and turn it into videos. Screencasting presents law librarians with a valu- able opportunity to provide direct instruction to users that they can access freely and flexibly. That said, many law librarians may find that developing a screencast series for the first time is a daunting task. We at the Tarlton Law Library should know: we recently completed our first screencasting A how-to guide for incorporating screencasting videos into your lessons. BY ALISA HOLAHAN, JOE NOEL & LEI ZHANG CREATING SCREENCASTING VIDEOS THAT ENGAGE VIEWERS LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!

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