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September 8, 2010

Archived Opposing Viewpoints Webinar Now Available

Tired of summer reruns on TV?  Well, then have I got great news for you!  The recorded version of last week's Opposing Viewpoints in Context (OVIC) webinar is now available.

I posted the webinar on because it allowed me to upload the entire 50 minutes for free, and the images and text are very clear, unlike other sites that I tried. 

Tips for viewing: 

  • You might have to scroll down to find the thin video toolbar (to pause the video, for example).
  • You cannot remove the Screencast logo at the top of the screen, but you can scroll down until the OVIC logo is at the top. 
  • Best I can tell, you can only view the tutorial in full-screen mode.

I'll keep this online for about six months.

The next OVIC webinars for Oregon library staff are on October 12th and 13th.  Want something sooner?  Then register for one of Gale's national trainings:  Or, view the short tutorials on Gale's support site:  Recall that Student Resources in Context uses the same interface as OVIC.


Jennifer Maurer
School Library Consultant
Oregon State Library
250 Winter St NE
Salem, OR 97301