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We videotaped the session as well. I plan on turning to seeing how that might cut together and will post as well as soon as I can face looking at myself—the hardest thing about video, no doubt.  ;-)
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We videotaped the session as well. I plan on turning to seeing how that might cut together and will post as well as soon as I can face looking at myself—the hardest thing about video, no doubt. —Paul ;-)
  
  

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[edit] Thinking Outside the Book: New Media For Beginners

Given new innovations in online new media technology, scholarly video created by university presses does not have to be lame, or take a lot of time, or cost a lot. This session proposes to show you how to transform your web presence with interesting, low-cost scholarly video.

Chair: Paul Murphy, Associate Director of Publications, The RAND Corporation

Panelist: Amanda E. Sharp, Publicity and Marketing Assistant, Duke University Press


The our slide shows as a movie Thinking Outside the Book.


We videotaped the session as well. I plan on turning to seeing how that might cut together and will post as well as soon as I can face looking at myself—the hardest thing about video, no doubt. —Paul  ;-)



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