Presentation Type

Presentation

Description

Online. Hybrid. Flipped. Blended. Active. According to The Chronicle of Education, 28% of college students take an online course, and 63% of colleges find online courses important long-term. Where does information literacy fit in this changing landscape? This presentation will review information literacy instruction practices, and outline best practices based on an analysis of information literacy videos, including user engagement data and length, to help achieve heightened viewer engagement. A group discussion and expanded list of best practices will conclude the presentation. No matter the type of library these best practices will be applicable to any online tutorial.

Learning Outcomes

Attendees, after attending this presentation, will be able to:

  • Identify best practices in instructional videos.
  • Evaluate the impact of educational resources.
  • Implement best practices in a way which increases viewer engagement with instructional videos and by extension instruction sessions.

Conference Track

Design

Twitter Handle(s)

@samiamlibrarian

Comments/Notes

Room: SMSU 298

Start Date

31-3-2017 2:15 PM

End Date

31-3-2017 3:00 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/19108

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Best Practices in Information Literacy Videos

Online. Hybrid. Flipped. Blended. Active. According to The Chronicle of Education, 28% of college students take an online course, and 63% of colleges find online courses important long-term. Where does information literacy fit in this changing landscape? This presentation will review information literacy instruction practices, and outline best practices based on an analysis of information literacy videos, including user engagement data and length, to help achieve heightened viewer engagement. A group discussion and expanded list of best practices will conclude the presentation. No matter the type of library these best practices will be applicable to any online tutorial.