Here's the library orientation video I created for 10th-12th graders:
I have asked all the English teachers to show it to their students. I hope the students don't find it too corny. It was my first attempt at a GoAnimate video, and, while it was fun, there was a definite learning curve getting it all to work. I also thought of a lot of tweaking I'd like to do, but needed this time to wrap it up quickly. I'll be working to refine my GoAnimate skills on the next one. There's always a next one. :)
The version of the video you see here is the HD version I created and uploaded to youtube. I think it loads a lot faster than the original copy on the GoAnimate site, but the opening image didn't come out the way I intended. It is a picture from a later slide rather than the first slide. And, I think I am also losing potential points I could use toward future GoAnimate projects by not having the viewings from the GoAnimate file. Oh well! It is possible to create free GoAnimate videos, but I found that I had to upgrade to the paid version and pay for some "Go Bucks" to accomplish all that I wanted to.
Thanks so much to Marie Slim and Pam Oehlman for letting me borrow the concept they used in the GoAnimate video for Pam's library.