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  • 1. Podcasting with a Purpose: Possibilities for Library Instruction Rachael Clemens, Cal State Fullerton rclemens@fullerton.edu Computers in Libraries April 2007
  • 2. Itemized List of Presentation • Description of my pilot project • Mechanics of these podcasts • Evaluation tool and feedback • Budget: time & money • Questions / suggestions from you
  • 3. Podcasting Pilot Project • Objective: Determine feasibility of delivering library instruction to students via audio/video podcast
  • 4. Podcasting Pilot Project • Study Group: – Voluntary participation of students in 5 sections of NURS 505 (n = 43 graduate students) • Methods: – Initial survey of nursing faculty to identify research expectations – Create instruction podcasts – 60% attend face-to-face library instruction session – 40% offered online module complement only – Evaluation tool administered to both groups at end of semester – Survey of participating students
  • 5. Nursing Faculty Survey Responses • How do you expect your students to learn to effectively utilize library resources and services? 72% Arrange library instruction session 36% I (instructor) point them to certain library resources 27% Refer students to hospital library 18% I (instructor) guide students in class - satisfactory 9% Not applicable to my class 9% Expect students to get basics at orientation Library is fairly intuitive and I expect students to figure out 0 as part of learning experience
  • 6. Nursing Faculty Survey Responses • If you teach primarily graduate students, please rate the average library skill level of your students as they begin the term 0 Very high 45% Adept enough to figure it out on their own 54% Struggling but ask for help 0 Struggling but don’t ask for help 0 Too low to be successful in the class
  • 7. Nursing Faculty Survey Responses • In terms of library skills, what do you feel is important for your students to know in order to be successful in their coursework? 100% Searching databases such as Cinahl and Cochrane Determining the difference between peer-reviewed and non- 90% scholarly material 90% Evaluating websites 81% Tracking down the full-text of an article 81% Citing sources appropriately in APA format 72% Using Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) 18% Differentiating a systematic review from an overview article
  • 8. Podcasts – Module Topics 1. Welcome 8. Using Interlibrary Loan 2. What is Peer- 9. Finding Books Review? 10. Evaluating Webpages 3. CINAHL 11. Services for Distance 4. PubMed Education Students 5. Cochrane Library 12. Using RefWorks 6. Getting the Full-text 7. Citing in APA
  • 9. Podcasts Creation Tasks • Determine & organize content • Write script • Create PPT slides (capture screens, minimal text) • Practice • Record (my office, FDC, campus studios) • Edit, redo, edit more • Post on website, add RSS, submit to iTunes
  • 10. http://faculty.fullerton.edu/rclemens/nursing.htm
  • 11. Podcasting Tools Capture + Edit: Audio Only Audacity.sourceforge.net + microphone  Free audio capture + edit = output as MP3, WAV Add additional audio tracks QuickTimePro (from Apple $30) + microphone  Audio capture, very limited edit, output as MP4*, WAV Sound Recorder + microphone  Easy to use – can open in PPT, Word and start recording – output as WAV Bundled in MS XP: Programs>Accessories>Entertainment Digital recorder (handheld or lapel $70)  output as WAV or MP3
  • 12. Podcasting Tools Capture + Edit: Audio & Video Camtasia Studio 4.0 Screen shot next slide From TechSmith.com $300 Screen movements Nice editing tools, output as MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, WMV QuickTimePro (from Apple $30) Screen shot 2nd slide Use this to transform AVI or MOV file into MP4 format Digital camcorder May still need QuickTimePro to export as MP4 MediaSite (Sonic Foundry) Screen shot rd 3 slide High-end media presentation technology Webcast / streaming (expensive) (converter to MP4)
  • 13. Camtasia 4
  • 14. QuickTime Pro
  • 15. Mediasite
  • 16. Budget Tool Purpose Cost MS Office PPT, Word Screen and audio capture; Snag-It has Camtasia & Snag-It 200 nice annotation features Webhosting Host your podcasts and other material USB Microphone Capture audio 40 Digital Recorder Capture audio while not tied to machine 35 - 150 Digital camera Images of library, people 250 Webcam or Video Add interview, lecture, tour, talking 30 - 350 recorder head To see what your users will experience iPod, PSP, Zune, or 150 - – also valuable for promotion and other, and speakers 450 training
  • 17. Time Budget Overhead  Identify a specific project to pilot Few  Background discussions weeks  Make connections with people and support (ongoing)  Proposals (funding, permissions)  Identify available equipment/software (in library or other partners)  Mechanical details – practice with tools, hosting details/parameters
  • 18. Time: 6-Minute Audio-Only Podcast Determine objectives 2h Craft content 3h Write script 2h Record (and re-record) 2h Edit and Save as MP3 2h Write/update XML code for episode .5 – 3 h Add to webpage/blog 1h Upload .5 TOTAL 15.5 h
  • 19. Time: 6-Minute Video+Audio Podcast Determine objectives 2h Craft content, screen captures, PPT 6h Write script 2h Record (and re-record) 3h Edit and Save as .MOV or MP4 4h Write/update XML code for episode .5 – 3 h Add to webpage/blog 1h Upload .5 TOTAL 21.5 h
  • 20. Evaluation Tool In-class timed literature search – Database choices – Search terms – Identify appropriate published clinical trials – Mechanics of obtaining full-text – Citation format
  • 21. Evaluation Tool Test Results Face-to-Face Online-Only Session (n=26) Options (n=17) Average 59.06 52.99 Score Score 35 – 88.5 27 – 85.5 Range
  • 22. Survey Results Did instruction help you? Definitely 68% 23% Somewhat 27% 31% I already knew enough 5% 31% No, not enough 0 15%
  • 23. Survey Results Delivery preference based upon your learning style and schedule Face-to-Face 55% 7% Online-Only 4% 15% Either 18% 39% Both 23 39%
  • 24. Survey Results How many modules did you access? All 62% 3-5 15% 1-2 23% None 0
  • 25. Survey Results Which formats did you try? MediaSite (streaming) 70% Vodcast (audio + video) 65% MP3 (audio-only) 0
  • 26. Survey Results Did you subscribe to 100% NO the podcast? Do you have access to a 31% YES portable media player (all iPod) (e.g. iPod, PSP, ZUNE)
  • 27. Survey Results Age AVG = 34 AVG = 45 Gender 73% Female 92% Female
  • 28. Survey Results Interest in Web 2.0 Tools? (blogs, Wikis, podcasts) Interested – need guidance 63% 77% No interest 23% 23% Already using or expert 14% 0
  • 29. • “I believe that the podcast is beneficial to many students and should be an option” • “Library session was very helpful. I learn the most with in class instruction.”
  • 30. • “I enjoyed many aspects of the in-class session, but being able to access online refreshers would be helpful to address specific issues during independent study time. If brief, problem-specific tutorials were available for common research related issues, I would probably access them.”
  • 31. Questions / Suggestions?
  • 32. Thoughts on podcasting • Assist students with making the transition from the recreational use of technology to academic use of technology Net Gen Students: Learning, Technology and Libraries Joan K. Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information JISC/CNI Conference, July 7, 2006 • Maybe academics need to get up to speed on the recreational use of technology Rachael Clemens, snide comment
  • 33. Rachael Clemens, Cal State Fullerton rclemens@fullerton.edu http://faculty.fullerton.edu/rclemens/Nursing.htm

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