EMBEDDED    INSTRUCTIONUsing Personalized Video Tutorials Where Students Will Find Them                                Ang...
WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are...   Effective for teaching to a wide variety of           learning styl...
WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are...            Asynchronous.       (Grassian & Kaplowitz, 2009)Benefits  ...
WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are...       Both tool and concept-based.                    (Reece, 2005)Be...
WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are...      Uncertainty-reducing and face-saving.                       (Bru...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSThree Steps to Effective Tutorials  1. Pre-planning (Choosing your tools)  2. Creation proce...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSChoose Your Tools  •   Camtasia Studio  Pros                        Cons  1. Simple, visual ...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSChoose Your Tools  •   Audacity  Pros                           Cons  1. Simple, visual edit...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSChoose Your Tools  •     Adobe Captivate  Pros                                 Cons      1. ...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  1. Plan  2. Storyboard  3. Record  4. Compile  5. Edit  6. Publish                 ...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  1. Plan    o Write an outline before you begin    o Alternatively, record yourself ...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  2. Storyboard    o Consider drawing a storyboard to plot the      synchronization o...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  3. Record    o Take several takes.    o If you are later combining separately-recor...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  4. Compile    o Put it all together!    o This is purely technical, and simply invo...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  5. Edit    o Add transitions and cut mistakes.    o Add your captions; content link...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess  6. Publish    o    Export your tutorial in the format of choice         This will ...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSTips for Successful Tutorials   1. Skip the fluff   2. Keep it short   3. Follow the “Invert...
DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSImplementation  •   How / Where?      o Well talk about this in a moment  •   Feedback      ...
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR               TUTORIALS                            EMBED THEM!"    Placing library resources and serv...
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR             TUTORIALSEmbedding your tutorials• QR codesQR codes are similarto barcodes; userscan scan...
A Note About QR Codes                            Angelo Rousos, 2011                        angelo.rousos@gmail.com
QUICK RESPONSE CODESWhy should one use QR codes?  1. To send the user away from a digital     information source with a co...
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR             TUTORIALSWhy link a tutorial through QR?  •   To send the user away from an information s...
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR              TUTORIALSEmbedding your tutorials• LightboxA Lightbox is acommon internettechnique for f...
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR               TUTORIALSEmbedding your tutorials• Lightbox    Pros                              Cons  ...
WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR            TUTORIALSSharing your tutorials• Social Media &  Media Sharing WebsitesSocial media is bet...
BIBLIOGRAPHYBowles-Terry, M., Hensley, M. K., & Hinchliffe, L. J. (2010). Best Practices for Online Video Tutorials in Aca...
ONCE MORE?             Scan the QR code on             this slide to access this             presentation on             S...
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  1. 1. EMBEDDED INSTRUCTIONUsing Personalized Video Tutorials Where Students Will Find Them Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  2. 2. WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are... Effective for teaching to a wide variety of learning styles. (Nagra & Coiffe, 2010)Benefits • Helps visual learners • Helps kinesthetic learners • Student-paced Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  3. 3. WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are... Asynchronous. (Grassian & Kaplowitz, 2009)Benefits • Student-controlled and directed • Useful for both distance learners and students whose primary work time is during off-hours for the library Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  4. 4. WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are... Both tool and concept-based. (Reece, 2005)Benefits • Ideal for meeting several ACRL objective performance indicators for ILI (http://www.acrl.org) o IR systems use and selection o IL concept knowledge Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  5. 5. WHY USE VIDEO TUTORIALSOnline video tutorials are... Uncertainty-reducing and face-saving. (Brumfield, 2008; Radford et al., 2011)Benefits • Increases knowledge in a manner that preserves face. • Prevents discouragement born of embarrassment. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  6. 6. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSThree Steps to Effective Tutorials 1. Pre-planning (Choosing your tools) 2. Creation process 3. Implementation Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  7. 7. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSChoose Your Tools • Camtasia Studio Pros Cons 1. Simple, visual editor. 1. Fewer editing features. 2. Easily segment-able. 2. Requires a paid license. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  8. 8. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSChoose Your Tools • Audacity Pros Cons 1. Simple, visual editor for 1. Adds a step and software audio. tool to the process. 2. Strong feature list. 2. Cannot (easily) record 3. Free! simultaneously with video. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  9. 9. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSChoose Your Tools • Adobe Captivate Pros Cons 1. Ability to embed 1. Using the higher-power interactive elements features requires directly into the tutorial. significantly more know- 2. Popular for professional- how than other video grade tutorials; meaning tools. strong support. 2. One of the most expensive options. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  10. 10. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 1. Plan 2. Storyboard 3. Record 4. Compile 5. Edit 6. Publish Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  11. 11. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 1. Plan o Write an outline before you begin o Alternatively, record yourself pretending to talk to a student Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  12. 12. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 2. Storyboard o Consider drawing a storyboard to plot the synchronization of lesson and video o University of Illinois: “Scripts are written in a two- column format, with images described in one column and the word-for-word script in the other column.” (Bowles-Terry et al., 2010) Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  13. 13. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 3. Record o Take several takes. o If you are later combining separately-recorded video and audio, still read your script to judge timing. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  14. 14. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 4. Compile o Put it all together! o This is purely technical, and simply involves loading the separate takes and files into your editor of choice. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  15. 15. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 5. Edit o Add transitions and cut mistakes. o Add your captions; content links; etc Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  16. 16. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSProcess 6. Publish o Export your tutorial in the format of choice  This will differ depending on your implementation choice. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  17. 17. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSTips for Successful Tutorials 1. Skip the fluff 2. Keep it short 3. Follow the “Inverted pyramid” 4. Segment whenever possible (Bowles-Terry et al., 2010) Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  18. 18. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TUTORIALSImplementation • How / Where? o Well talk about this in a moment • Feedback o Iteration Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  19. 19. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TUTORIALS EMBED THEM!" Placing library resources and services so they are naturally encountered at the point of need " makes them more likely to be of value to users.Bowles-Terry, M., Hensley, M. K., & Hinchliffe, L. J. (2010). Best Practices for Online Video Tutorials inAcademic Libraries: A Study of Student Preferences and Understanding. Communications in InformationLiteracy, 4(1). Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  20. 20. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TUTORIALSEmbedding your tutorials• QR codesQR codes are similarto barcodes; userscan scan them withtheir smartphones toautomatically loadwebpages or otherinformation sources. Mock-up Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  21. 21. A Note About QR Codes Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  22. 22. QUICK RESPONSE CODESWhy should one use QR codes? 1. To send the user away from a digital information source with a copy of that information o e.g. Bringing a catalog entry into the stacks 2. To give the user dynamic information away from a digital information source o e.g. Sharing a list of available relevant resources from within the stacks Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  23. 23. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TUTORIALSWhy link a tutorial through QR? • To send the user away from an information source with a copy of that informationUsing QR Codes allows a user to watch thetutorial on her phone or mobile device, freeingthe computer screen for following along(facilitating kinesthetic learning) but requiresthe user has access to extra technology. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  24. 24. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TUTORIALSEmbedding your tutorials• LightboxA Lightbox is acommon internettechnique for focusingthe users attention ona particular piece ofmedia within awebpage (usually animage). Mock-up Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  25. 25. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TUTORIALSEmbedding your tutorials• Lightbox Pros Cons 1. Doesnt force the user to 1. Implementing requires some juggle secondary web-pages technical know-how and 2. Using visualization rules to access to the HTML (and focus attention by lowering hosting web server) saturation of background 2. Users cant interact with the tool while viewing the tutorial Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  26. 26. WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TUTORIALSSharing your tutorials• Social Media & Media Sharing WebsitesSocial media is better forsharing non-tool tutorials, suchas ones that help improvesearch strategies or criticalresearch thinking, and might bebest used as a repository forelsewhere embedded videos. http://www.youtube.com/user/bbaker48 Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  27. 27. BIBLIOGRAPHYBowles-Terry, M., Hensley, M. K., & Hinchliffe, L. J. (2010). Best Practices for Online Video Tutorials in AcademicLibraries: A Study of Student Preferences and Understanding. Communications in Information Literacy, 4(1).Brumfield, E. J. (2008). Using Online Tutorials to Reduce Uncertainty in Information Seeking Behavior. Journal ofLibrary Administration, 48(3), 365-377. doi:10.1080/01930820802289417Grassian, E. S., & Kaplowitz, J. R. (2009). Information Literacy Instruction: Theory and Practice (Second., p. 412). NewYork: Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc.Gravett, K., & Gill, C. (2010). Using online video to promote database searching skills: the creation of a virtual tutorialfor Health and Social Care students. Journal of Information Literacy, 4(1).Nagra, K. A., & Coiffe, D. J. (2010). Management of Online Tutorials: A Model for a Step-by-Step Approach. Journal ofthe Library Administration & Management Section, 7(1), 5-17.Radford, M. L., Radford, G. P., Connaway, L. S., & DeAngelis, J. A. (2011). On Virtual Face-Work: An Ethnography ofCommunication Approach to a Live Chat Reference Interaction 1. The Library Quarterly, 81(4), 431-453.doi:10.1086/661654Reece, G. (2005). Critical thinking and cognitive transfer: Implications for the development of online informationliteracy tutorials. Research Strategies, 20(4), 482-493. doi:10.1016/j.resstr.2006.12.018 Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
  28. 28. ONCE MORE? Scan the QR code on this slide to access this presentation on SlideShare.net, where you can download it or email yourself the URL. Angelo Rousos, 2011 angelo.rousos@gmail.com
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