By Ben Bromley and Amy Schindler
- Create a video using Animoto.
- You can share it now on Facebook or another location, or move on to Thing 18: Video Sharing to learn about YouTube and then upload it to YouTube. Whichever you do, share a link to it in your blog post for this week’s Things.
- Why did you choose the video you did to share? What were your impressions of other videos from archival repositories you found on the site?
- If your repository is already using video sharing, did visiting other repositories’ pages provide any new ideas?
- YouTube Help Center videos.
- Watch this Animoto promo video for a quick overview of how the tool works.
- Amy Schindler created this teaser in advance of an exhibit about university music groups.
- You may find Kevin Leonard’s video introduction, created for a Midwest Archives Conference web 2.0 session, amusing.
- Need help finding more examples from repositories using video sharing? Check out the list of archives sharing new and historical videos from Archives2point0.