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You Tube & the Ubiquitous Librarian

More innovations from the Ubiquitous Librarian:

http://theubiquitouslibrarian.typepad.com/the_ubiquitous_librarian/2006/07/do_you_youtube_.html

On the benefits of using You Tube's channels:

I wanted to experiment with creating a video community, rather than just a listing of tutorials on the library web site. From observation, students don't use or know how to navigate the library site, so why bury video clips on there?

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