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Animated Whiteboards, Comedy

Kimbel Library Instructional Videos

An actor, a script-writer and a videographer walk into a library… and produce the best instructional videos ever.

Tactics: Animated whiteboards, comedy, puppets

Topic: Library Instruction

Brief: Teaching college kids about the resources available to them at the library seems like a daunting task. Getting them excited about it? fughettaboutit. That is, unless you enlist the help of 3 funny guys a puppet, a whiteboard and a camera. Then you get not only comedy gold, but you might also learn something too.

Speaking of comedy’s power to make sense, keep an eye on Baratunde’s Cultivated Wit.┬áHe’s on to something.

A couple of my favorites below, but watch them all here: www.coastal.edu/library/videos

How to Locate Scholarly Articles from Kimbel Library on Vimeo.

Why Citation is Important from Kimbel Library on Vimeo.

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