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  • 1. Andrea BoehmeCIMT 543Spring 2012Dr. Ziaeehezarjeribi Video Planning DocumentTitle of the Video Finding Full Text: Library resources.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNhLctQyGf8Target Learner Target Learners are distance education students. It is expected that these students will beself-motivated, and purpose driven. Therefore, they will seek out this information, and wantonly the facts needed to complete the task.Subject Area Information Science - Information LiteracyLearning Objectives The learning objectives for this video are adapted from the ASSURE plan created for thelesson “Finding Full Text”. Owing to the limited time requirements for the video, the focus wasplaced on what to do if an electronic version cannot be found. The objectives are as follows:Students will learn how to: Use Fusion Plus to locate ISU holdings and call number information. Use the Serial Solutions ILL link to fill out an ILL request for an articleMethodology: Using the ASSURE model created for the lesson Finding Full Text and suggestions fromSmaldino, Lowther, and Russell (2012), the video was created with principles of instructionaldesign in mind. The objectives are clearly stated at the beginning of the video and incorporate
  • 2. behavior and conditions so that the learner knows what to expect. This video is a teachercentered strategy that aims to teach students a complex cognitive task. The media of video has several advantages; however, the main advantage for this task isthe ability to capture motion. Smaldino et al. (2012) recommend video to enhance the learning ofprocesses. Finding full texts requires many steps that happen on several web pages and requiresthe user to move their mouse to various points on the page. A still picture does not capturechanges from one page to another and does not show the process in real time. Additionally, I closed captioned the video for learners with hearing problems. This wasdone by converting the Camtasia caption file to a .svb file so that YouTube could read it. Thisalso made the captions searchable in YouTube.Video Shots: As this video showed the steps to finding digital full text, the shots focus on the screen.All screen images, and video editing was done using the program Camtasia. Incorporation of “callouts” (as the program calls them) add emphasis and make for amore engaging video. Callouts also work to bring attention to important information in thevideo. The video is organized by the method students should use when looking for material. Westart with using Fusion to find the library’s holding because ILL will not order material thelibrary has. The students would waste their time if they went straight to ILL. This organizationalso goes from shortest to longest turn around.
  • 3. ReferencesAssociation of College and Research Libraries (2000).Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher EducationIndiana State University (2011).Interlibrary Loan & Distance Learners.Retrived from http://library.indstate.edu/about/units/ill/DISTANCE_ILL_Handout_2011.pdfIndiana State University (2012).Finding Full Text.Retrived from http://libguides.indstate.edu/content.php?pid=215324&sid=1791438International Society for Technology in Education.(2011). Standards.Retrived from http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-students/nets-student-standards-2007.aspxSmaldino, S. E., Lowther, D. L., and Russell, J. D. (2012). Instructional Technology and Media for Learning. Boston: Pearson.