Online info lit modules and English composition: An experiment in hybrid pedagogy.

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A presentation given by Kathy Shields at The Innovative Library Classroom Conference, Radford University, Radford, VA, 5.13.2014

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Online info lit modules and English composition: An experiment in hybrid pedagogy.

  1. 1. Online info lit modules and English composition: An experiment in hybrid pedagogy Kathy Shields, High Point University The Innovative Library Classroom Conference 5.13.2014
  2. 2. introductions
  3. 3. What about you? How many of you teach ILI for first year composition?
  4. 4. What about you? How many of you teach ILI for first year composition? How many of you have created some form of online guide/tutorial/module to supplement your instruction for FYC?
  5. 5. What about you? How many of you teach ILI for first year composition? How many of you have created some form of online guide/tutorial/module to supplement your instruction for FYC? How many of you have had success with that model?
  6. 6. background
  7. 7. collaboration
  8. 8. conversation
  9. 9. curriculum
  10. 10. development
  11. 11. content WPA + ACRL Standards
  12. 12. content WPA + ACRL Standards Original + Borrowed
  13. 13. content WPA + ACRL Standards Original + Borrowed Blackboard Learning Modules
  14. 14. why Blackboard? Embed modules where students are working
  15. 15. why Blackboard? Embed modules where students are working Create one version to disseminate to sections
  16. 16. why Blackboard? Embed modules where students are working Create one version to disseminate to sections Link to faculty gradebooks
  17. 17. why Blackboard? Embed modules where students are working Create one version to disseminate to sections Link to faculty gradebooks Did not have time/resources to build from scratch
  18. 18. sample
  19. 19. sample
  20. 20. sample
  21. 21. implementation
  22. 22. research Released the modules to faculty in Fall 2012
  23. 23. research Control + experiment groups Released the modules to faculty in Fall 2012
  24. 24. research Control + experiment groups Released the modules to faculty in Fall 2012 Pre and post “test” using prompt
  25. 25. research Prompt Imagine that you have been assigned a 1500-word essay for this course. The essay must develop an argument about a current social issue and must use at least three outside sources. Explain how you would go about completing this assignment. Be as specific and detailed as possible.
  26. 26. evaluation
  27. 27. data collection + analysis Random sample of 60 students’ responses (control + experiment)
  28. 28. data collection + analysis Coded pre and post responses from 51 students with FYC faculty Random sample of 60 students’ responses (control + experiment)
  29. 29. data collection + analysis Coded pre and post responses from 51 students with FYC faculty Random sample of 60 students’ responses (control + experiment) Data from Blackboard on modules
  30. 30. data collection + analysis Bottom line: No statistically significant difference
  31. 31. problems with data Too many variables
  32. 32. problems with data Too many variables Professors didn’t use or grade consistently
  33. 33. problems with data Too many variables Professors didn’t use or grade consistently Instruction + modules
  34. 34. problems with data Too many variables Professors didn’t use or grade consistently Instruction + modules Non-multiple choice questions
  35. 35. problems with data Too many variables Professors didn’t use or grade consistently Instruction + modules Non-multiple choice questions Blackboard issues
  36. 36. data collection + analysis Bottom line: No statistically significant difference But: Evidence of increase in awareness of library and library resources
  37. 37. takeaways Changes between pre and post: 1 3 4 12 4 25 2 4 7 17 12 6 16 2 7 10 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 keyword database scholarly internet HPU Library book journal works cited Pre Post
  38. 38. takeaways Integration = quotes
  39. 39. takeaways Integration = quotes Lack of discussion of relevance
  40. 40. takeaways Integration = quotes Lack of discussion of relevance Library mentioned as place to go to start research, find reliable sources
  41. 41. application
  42. 42. changes to ILI More emphasis on integration and relevance Incorporated BEAM (Joseph Bizup)
  43. 43. changes to ILI Redesigned ENG 1103 LibGuide
  44. 44. changes to ILI Redesigned ENG 1103 LibGuide Used language from coding process
  45. 45. changes to ILI Redesigned ENG 1103 LibGuide Used language from coding process Created new evaluation acronym - PARTS
  46. 46. FYC relationship Shared vocabulary with FYC
  47. 47. FYC relationship Shared vocabulary with FYC Increased communication + collaboration
  48. 48. FYC relationship Shared vocabulary with FYC Increased communication + collaboration Librarians perceived as co- educators + researchers
  49. 49. FYC relationship Shared vocabulary with FYC Increased communication + collaboration Librarians perceived as co- educators + researchers Librarians taught for- credit writing studio
  50. 50. next steps
  51. 51. modules Create in new platform (Google sites?)
  52. 52. modules Create in new platform (Google sites?) Design using threshold concepts?
  53. 53. modules Create in new platform (Google sites?) Determine how to implement and assess for Fall 2014 Design using threshold concepts?
  54. 54. from blended to hybrid “[H]ybrid pedagogy does not just describe an easy mixing of on-ground and online learning, but is about bringing the sorts of learning that happen in a physical place and the sorts of learning that happen in a virtual place into a more engaged and dynamic conversation.” - Jesse Stommel http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/Journal/hybridity-pt-2-what-is-hybrid-pedagogy/
  55. 55. questions + contact
  56. 56. contact me! Email: kshields@highpoint.edu Tweet: @dottielibrarian
  57. 57. photo credits 1. the other side by Barbara Krawcowicz [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] 2. Australia, Melbourne: Team work by kool_skatkat [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] 3. Elephant talk by Gina [CC BY-NC 2.0] 4. The future of books by Johan Larsson [CC BY 2.0] 5. open 19 by Rupert Ganzer [CC BY-NC 2.0] 6. PhotoBookGirl Chalkboard Freebie #2 More Chalk by PhotoBookGirl [CC BY-NC 2.0] 7. My Work by Wendell [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] 8. Met Office Climate Data - Month by Month (January) by Jer Thorp [CC BY 2.0] 9. Exhausted by Adrian Sampson [CC BY 2.0] 10. Complicated by Rohit Mattoo [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] 11. 869 – Paris-Marais by nebojsa mladjenovic [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] 12. Letter Toy Blocks by MyEyeSees [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] 13. path path path by hockadilly [CC BY-NC 2.0] 14. 11/365: “?” by Andres Nieto Porras [CC BY-SA 2.0]
  58. 58. selected references • Bizup, J. (2008). BEAM: A rhetorical vocabulary for teaching research- based writing. Rhetoric Review, 27(1), 72-86. doi:10.1080/073501907017238858 • McClure, R., Cooke, R., & Carlin, A. (2011). The search for the skunk ape: Studying the impact of an online information literacy tutorial on student writing. Journal of Information Literacy, 5(2), 26-45. doi:10.11645/5.2.1638 • Norgaard, R. (2003). Writing information literacy: Contributions to a concept. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 43(2), 124-129. • Sult, L., & Mills, V. (2006). A blended method for integrating information literacy instruction into English composition classes. Reference Services Review, 34(3), 368-388.

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