It turned out that she did not get a copy and the presentation was not uploaded in Slideshare. What I did was to refer her to an old blogpost that shows how the Arizona State University came up with The Library Channel. On top of that, I sent Belle bullet points of my lecture since my presentation is still in the soaked MacBook.
So here are the points I gave Belle (off the top of my head) --
*Edutainment and Infotainment is coined from education and entertainment / information and entertainment.
*This is used by advertisers and marketing people to sell the "educative" and "knowledge" value of their products.
*The library can use edutainment for the same purpose given that the library has products that can be sold to a specific market or audience.
*Edutainment should therefore be used with caution by librarians and library practitioners.
*Planning should take place before it's implementation. Areas to consider when planning for edutainment - manpower and human resource (who can do the job? who are capable to create audio-video presentations, brochures, o websites, blogs, etc), available technology, content and products to promote and sell, links and network or collaborrative partners, BUDGET, administrative support and intended market.
*Undergo feasibility studies, focus group discussions and trial sessions.
* Library assesment and evaluation is essential as well. This will help librarians identify areas to promote via library edutainment.
*Feedback is important - remember edutainment involves communication so it is a process of receiving and getting and the four basic communication art skills - listening, speaking, writing and reading
* UP LibRadio is a good example of library edutainment. De La Salle Dasmarinas also has a library radio program broadcast in Dasmarinas, Cavite.
It would be great to hear news from Belle and the echo seminar she did with her colleagues.