Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publication Date

2-8-2013

Subjects

Distance learning -- Evaluation, Computer-assisted instruction

Abstract

A "flipped classroom" assigns lecture learning for homework and uses in-person class time for hands-on practice with the instructor's support. It's an exciting model, but how can it work for distance students? Portland State University's Senior Inquiry program offers high school seniors a PSU Freshman Inquiry course at their schools for college credit. This lightning talk outlines how the Distance Learning Librarian at PSU used LibGuides, Google Docs, YouTube, and lots of friendly reminders to help teachers flip information literacy instruction for these distance students.

Description

This presentation was given February 8 at Online NW 2013 in Corvallis, OR.

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/9134

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