Make an OPAC widget

Alright team, this video was made after I made some OPAC widgets for a few libraries who asked for them. These widgets allow patrons to add an access point (search box) to your library’s catalog from any of their websites such as blogs, myspace, facebook, etc… This means that you can dramatically increase the traffic to your library’s website, OPAC, and then to the physical library as well.

To make these widgets you don’t have to know any HTML at all. I show you everything you need to know and recognize. However, if you do want to learn HTML I recommend http://www.w3schools.com, its free and easy.

This is my first time using final cut express. if you have any suggestions or tips or pointers, let me know. Also, let me know if you have any questions, comments, or just want to criticize please feel free to leave a message. Thank team.

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