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Bending the Blend

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Paper delivered at the Solstice Conference 2009 by Denise Turner and Sue Myer from Teesside University

Paper delivered at the Solstice Conference 2009 by Denise Turner and Sue Myer from Teesside University

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  • Go to: http://lis.tees.ac.uk/onlineinduction
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    • 1. Bending the blend Thursday 4 th June 2009 Denise Turner and Sue Myer Library & Information Services Teesside University
    • 2. OUTLINE
      • Creating an online induction to introduce students to library resources
      • Background
      • Current face to face induction and online support
      • Designing the online induction
      • Evaluation
    • 3. BACKGROUND
      • Growth in programmes designed for off campus delivery
        • New online Masters-level programme in learning technologies
      • Library induction – essential part of induction programme
      • JISC-Emerge UKAN-Skills project at Teesside University
    • 4. CURRENT PRACTICE
      • Face to Face in a lecture theatre which includes:
    • 5. IMPORTANT FEATURES
      • Personal contact – important to break down barriers
      • Fun element
      • Coherence
      • Tailored to immediate needs
      • Interactive
        • Session
        • Learning material
    • 6. CURRENT ONLINE SUPPORT
      • Pages on the L&IS web site
      • Limitations
        • No personal contact
        • Dry and lacking coherence
        • Information overload
        • Audience?
        • Not interactive
    • 7. INFLUENCES ON OUR APPROACH
      • What does the learner need ?
      • Developer limitations:
        • Time
        • Access to tools
        • Expertise
      • Overcoming fear of appearing amateurish
      • How tailored can we afford to be?
      • Not reinventing the wheel
      • Encourage/inspire reuse
    • 8. INSPIRATION
      • Michael Tomasky (Guardian)
        • Informal style of video
      • Second Life
        • Visual context for the information
      • Web 2.0 look and feel
        • Quick to develop and always beta
    • 9. OUR TARGET
      • Video
        • Set in authentic environment and introducing key staff
        • Narrated screen capture of resources
      • Quiz
        • To encourage interaction with support materials available
      • Packaging the content
        • To engage learners and provide essential information
    • 10. EVALUATION
      • What have we achieved?
        • online induction prototype
        • Web2.0 version
      • What issues have we faced?
      • Where do we go from here?
      • Any questions?