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The Animated Tutorial Sharing Project (ANTS) is a collaborative project presently involving librarians in Canada and the United States, but open to librarians elsewhere. The goal of the project is to create a shared repository of library, research, and information literacy tutorials created using screencast software such as Adobe Captivate, Qarbon Viewlet Builder, Techsmith's Camtasia Studio , or similar products. Tutorials contributed to the ANTS project are made publicly available for use by all libraries via our affiliated sites: LION TV and Screencast.com . Editable Source code is also available from our DSpace repository for those who wish to add their own brands, local links, etc.
1.) About the ANTS project and some Frequently Asked Questions
2.) How to contribute
Whether you have a tutorial you've already created, or you want to help create a new tutorial for the project, follow these easy steps to become a member of the ANTS community.
3.) How to utilize existing tutorials
Follow these instructions if you want to learn more about accessing Files and Using Embedding Code.
4.) Best Practices in Screencasting
Provides information about how to build good tutorials and how to get feedback about their usage.
5.) ANTS and LION TV.
Learn more about this broadcast site with important push technology and a wide range of addtional features.
6.) Keeping Up to Date & Getting Help.
Learn about a variety of methods you can use to keep up to date with new content as well as with new activity on our wiki.
7.) Help ANTS Grow.
8.) Other Collaborative Sites.