Learning strategies, Library orientation, Teaching -- Aids and devices, Electronic publications
In this article the author discusses the benefits of library online tutorials. She suggests that while many academic libraries offer online learning tools for patrons, such as interactive sessions and online versions of paper handouts, many other libraries do not recognize the potential impact of online tutorials. Topics include the replacement of face-to-face instruction due to slowed staff growth and the Library Online Basic Orientation (LOBO) offered at North Carolina State University.
Farkas, M. (2011). Technology In Practice. Tutorials That Matter: Learning objects in the library instruction program. American Libraries, 42(7/8), 32.