Fayetteville Free Library's Lip Dub Video!



Do you recall the opening scene for the season 7 premiere of NBC sitcom, “The Office,” where the entire staff lip synced to the song, “Nobody But Me?" Well, the FFL has created a similar “lip dub”-style video! "Lip dub" is a type of video that combines lip syncing and audio dubbing used to make a music video.  Lip dubs are often created in a single unedited shot.  Pete Cioppa, FFL's Teen Services Librarian, directed the video.  Cioppa said, “We want viewers to see that libraries are changing.  They are fun, exciting community centers; they are technology centers.  How better to get that point across than to shoot a music video inside a library – you can’t help but smile.  We had so much fun doing this.”

Did you know that you can download library titles to your new e-reader for free? Click here to access free e-books through our OverDrive Digital Catalog.

Confused about the process? Use our step-by-step guides to download a library book to your device:

Introduction to OverDrive

Downloading to your Nook

Downloading to your Sony Reader

Downloading to your iPad

You can also sign up for a Tech Time class for one-on-one help, or call us at (315) 637-6374 ext. 2 for more assistance.

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