After learning how to create screencasts, you might be interested in learning how to edit tutorials. Some librarians opt to simply re-record their screencasts when interfaces change or record many times until they finally get it right.
Wow, has it been a month already? While I have enjoyed my time here sharing my thoughts and resources on world of code (and yes, I could certainly go on!), it is time alas for my last article here on TechEx.
@ Piscataway Public Library Submitted by: Doug Baldwin, Piscataway Public Library, Jan 19, 2014 Tools/Tags:coding, mooc, apps
Over the last two weeks of my time with you, I would like to dig into some useful tools and resources we (librarians/library staff) can use to learn code ourselves, but also to provide to patrons who would like to take t
@ Piscataway Public Library Submitted by: Doug Baldwin, Piscataway Public Library, Jan 12, 2014 Tools/Tags:coding, api
Code is the backbone of the electronic tools that we use everyday, whether opening a Word document, using the Internet, editing a MARC record, or helping out patrons access a database. All these tools are built using coded instructions.
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(April 2013 - January 2015).
The Technology Exchange (TechEx) was LibraryLinkNJ’s statewide, user-generated, online resource designed to help member libraries learn from each other and to showcase the work of New Jersey’s libraries.