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Storytime Leaders Idea Swap - Shared screen with speaker view
Becky@JCL
27:24
When you say you "sent out" does this mean you sent it on the NEKLS email listserv?
Sir Patrick - Basehor
28:48
Does the copyright video info include music or just books?
Anna Foote - NEKLS
30:24
Impressive!
Anna Foote - NEKLS
30:46
Sir Patrick!
Anna Foote - NEKLS
31:59
NEKLS YS Video Chat - weekly Thursday (until further notice). Same link each week: https://kslib.zoom.us/j/644432424
Osawatomie Amanda and Holly
36:05
Sir Patrick, are you using a green screen?
Nicole Tira - JCL
36:31
I know Steve from Blues Clues. My daughter watched that regularly. Great personality/method to use!
Becky@JCL
41:40
Sir Patrick - I noticed that I could use some board books by Sandra Boyton in online storytime that I couldn't use in physical storytime. 1. Moo Baa La La La. 2. Blue Hat, Green Hat. They worked great and it was fun to use books I can't normally use in physical storytime.
Paula-Ottawa Library
46:16
Sir Patrick, do you do your FB live videos through your library's facebook page or a "closed" storytime group for people to join?
Becky@JCL
49:38
Sir Patrick, did you study acting in college or are you self taught?
Becky@JCL
59:49
It makes sense to me
Sir Patrick - Basehor
01:00:10
indeed.
Osawatomie Amanda and Holly
01:00:32
sounds good
Kim Woolery - KCKPL
01:00:33
We have a blog where we're posting text and image based programs - for example a pictorial tour of a national park by one of our staff who used to be a park ranger. How would those be counted?
Christi
01:03:43
So we would just pick our intended audience not try to guess at the numbers of kids, vs teens, vs adults that watch the virtual program is since we have no good way to know how many people are really watching from one computer.
Paula-Ottawa Library
01:06:26
We are somewhat smaller...I ask the adults to type in who is watching. Then I can compare to the live views. It is not 100% accurate, but helpful.
Paula-Ottawa Library
01:06:43
Then you can do your "shout outs."
Becky@JCL
01:07:35
I'm using an iPad that I prop up on a music stand.
Paula-Ottawa Library
01:07:37
I used an ipad and a music stand...make shift at home
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:07:46
I use an iPhone tripod!
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:08:08
It cost $12 on Amazon.
Osawatomie Amanda and Holly
01:08:19
We have just been using our cell phones. Elizabeth is getting us tripod/selfie sticks so we can go live on multiple platforms at one time.
Becky@JCL
01:08:23
Are there iPad tripods?
Eudora Community Library Montana Frehe
01:08:25
I found a selfie stick that is also a tripod and it has a Bluetooth remote. I found it on amazon
LuAnn- KCKPL
01:08:30
I use a laptop on a table and actually sit on pillows on the floor so it can angle down.
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:09:23
A ring light would be so useful.
Becky@JCL
01:09:31
What is a ring light?
Hannah - KCKPL
01:09:38
I second Jacqueline's motion
Becky@JCL
01:10:11
you are so hip, Alice
Sheryl - KCKPL
01:10:12
I use a small HD camera clipped to my laptop. I also have a ring light for use when necessary.
Jayma-JCL Gardner/Edgerton/Spring Hill
01:10:17
If you watch American Idol, they show the ring light
Sheryl - KCKPL
01:11:05
Becky - a ring light is a light in the shape of a ring that gives a more omni-directional light and casts less obvious shadows.
Diana- JCL
01:11:06
I've gotta jet off to another meeting, thank you so much for hosting! Some great tips/tricks/ideas
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:11:07
Video editing software?
Anna Foote - NEKLS
01:11:39
Bye Diana!
Eudora Community Library Montana Frehe
01:11:40
I use my iPhone to record and use iMovie to edit my videos.
Hannah - KCKPL
01:12:15
@Kim would it be possible for us to record and edit our videos in advance and then post them at the usual time?
Sir Patrick - Basehor
01:12:34
I use iMovie to edit my youtube channel. Also now has the blue/green screen option on the free version.
Tiffany-JCL
01:12:46
Does the ring light cause glare issues on glossy books?
Kim Woolery - KCKPL
01:12:56
@Hannah - we can talk about different options in email after this.
Hannah - KCKPL
01:13:33
I've noticed news correspondents working from home all using a larger ring light
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:13:43
Thank you!!
Sir Patrick - Basehor
01:13:53
Thank you!
Sheryl - KCKPL
01:13:53
I've just started using PowerDirector to edit videos.
Kim Woolery - KCKPL
01:23:51
We do ours daily for English and 3 times a week for Spanish, but we expire every video after 24 hours.
Eudora Community Library Montana Frehe
01:26:23
In my videos that i have posted i would suggest an activity or maybe a craft they could do at home.
Jayma-JCL Gardner/Edgerton/Spring Hill
01:26:35
It's not crafts, but MakerSpace is starting this week at JCL
Becky@JCL
01:27:13
At JCL we don't even do crafts after our physical storytimes unless it's a special program.
Kim Woolery - KCKPL
01:29:03
Yes
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:29:05
Yes
Becky@JCL
01:29:05
very useful
Sheryl - KCKPL
01:29:06
Yes!
Kristen Reese- JCL Lenexa City Center
01:29:06
yes
Eudora Community Library Montana Frehe
01:29:07
Yes this was great!
Hannah - KCKPL
01:29:09
Yes
Osawatomie Amanda and Holly
01:29:11
yes
Nicole Tira - JCL
01:29:11
yes
Jayma-JCL Gardner/Edgerton/Spring Hill
01:29:12
yes
Angelica Reiff
01:29:16
Oh, yes! Thank you!
AssenmacherD
01:29:18
Yes! Thank you
LuAnn- KCKPL
01:29:18
Yes! thank you!
Jacob Bond - KCKPL
01:29:22
Yes!
Hannah - KCKPL
01:29:23
Video games club?
Paula-Ottawa Library
01:29:24
Yes, thank you!
Jacqueline Belden - Kansas City, Kansas Public Library
01:29:38
I'd love to see something like this for STEAM programming!
Becky@JCL
01:30:16
Thanks so much