I decided to turn this "making a PODD" video into a three part series. Mainly because there really is so much I want to share and I didn't want the video to be an hour long. This way people who are just wanting to see construction can look at one video people who just want programming can look at one video and people who just want to know how the heck to use the book can watch another.
This is the first video. First -- I'm not a professional nor a PODD trainer. I'm not going into details in these videos. There are so many different books and access methods but these videos are really just the basics for people who just want more info. I recommend that anyone using PODD attends an official PODD training.
My next video is going to be about construction, paper choices, and how we bind and create straps for our books.
The last video is .... a "what the heck do I do next?!" It will be a brief explanation on how we got started. Simple ways to model and how to start to seeing PODD as a way of life -- another member of the family 😉Source: We Speak PODD tutorials
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