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Slides from a Workshop at Internet Librarian, October, 28, 2007. Presented by Lynn Lampert, Lindsay Hansen, Danielle Skaggs, and Doris Helfer

Slides from a Workshop at Internet Librarian, October, 28, 2007. Presented by Lynn Lampert, Lindsay Hansen, Danielle Skaggs, and Doris Helfer

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  • Downloading Library 2.0: Podcasting Services & Training for the iPod Generation, Pt. 1 Presented by Lindsay Hansen, Doris Helfer, Lynn Lampert, and Danielle Skaggs of the Oviatt Library at Calif. State Univ. Northridge October 28, 2007
  • Overview
    • California State University Northridge
    • Information Literacy at CSUN
    • Defining the iPod generation
    • Observations: faculty and students
    • What we think libraries need to do to prepare
  • Why Podcasting?
    • The need to distribute desktop deliverable learning modules.
    • The ability to transmit instructional material in both an audio and visual manner if video is utilized.
    • The ability to record lectures to repeat for students who missed sessions.
    • Online curricular offerings
  • Why Podcasting?
    • Alternative Method of Instruction for both Librarian and Faculty members
    • Ability to breakdown lectures into small bites/bytes of information
    • Can be an effective outreach tool when embedded in Web 2.0 venues
    • Can be embedded in library websites or campus LMS systems (Blackboard etc.)
  • National Implementation Examples
    • Arizona State University Libraries
    • Washington State University Libraries
    • Duke University Libraries (Medical Library example)
    • UC Santa Cruz
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  • ADA Concerns for Podcasting
    • CSUN web/instructional models under ADA compliance policies
    • CSUN’s National Center on Deafness
    • Closed Captioning needed on Podcasts or transcripts.
    • CSU signed with iTunes but has concerns with iTunes University being in clear violation of the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act with respect to accessibility concerns
  • Defining a Generation
    • Millennials
    • Y Generation
    • Echo Boom
    • iPod
  • AudioReserves2Go www.baylor.edu/lib/finearts/
  • Reference Outside the Library
    • Virtual/chat
    • Satellite
  • How can Libraries Prepare?
    • We are prepared!
    • Copyright
      • Know it!
      • Love it!
      • Teach it!
    • Technology
    • Collaboration
    • Students and other users
  • CSUN Background
    • California State University Northridge (CSUN) is a comprehensive regional University with over 34,000 students translating to over 27,000 F.T.E.
    • Located in the San Fernando Valley which is northern Los Angeles County
  • Growing Demands
    • Information competency first a goal in General Education in 1999 and then CSUN revised general education requirements in 2004-2005 academic year
    • Embedded information competency into the new general education requirements.
    • Courses now designated as meeting the information competence requirement
    • Even before general education requirements changes we reached 22,000
  • Growing Demands
    • After information competency requirement went into effect we reached more than 25,000 students in bibliographic instruction sections in 2006/2007 academic years.
    • We also reached departments that we had not done a lot of instruction for such as the Computer Science 100 and Mathematics 131
  • Growing Faculty Demands
    • In 2005-2006 I began to lecture to all sections of the Computer Science 100 classes.
    • Individually my workload has increased from having 15 lectures a semester to close to 50 lectures a semester.
    • Requested I teach and be videoed teaching information competency to Astronomy 352 class in Spring 2007.
  • Growing Faculty Demands
    • Spring 2007 Prof. Marchisotto asked that we work on developing content to embed into the WebCT class she developed online for Mathematics 131 and the section of this course was going from 2 to 15.
    • Spring 2007, we hired a Coordinator of Online Instruction to assist others in the development of online tutorials.
  • Meeting those demands
    • Working with Coordinator Online Instructional Design designed short tutorials which can be embedded into WebCT classes or downloaded to iPods in Summer 2007 to meet the Professor’s requests for tutorials and online help.
  • Podcast Development
    • Capturing content in the classroom or studio
    • Determining podcast length
    • Taking steps to ensure accessibility
    • Delivering the podcasts
  • Bibliography & Works Cited
    • Abram, Stephen. “Millennials: Deal with Them!” Texas Library Journal 82.3 (Fall 2006): 96-103.
    • Anderies, John. “The Promise of Online Music.” Library Journal 130.10 (2005): 44-46.
    • Breeding, Marshall. “Technology for the Next Generation.” Computers in Libraries 26.10 (2006): 28-30.
    • Choi, Youngok. “Reference Services in Digital Collections and Projects.” Reference Services Review 34.1 (2006): 129-147.
  • Bibliography & Works Cited
    • Campbell, Gardner. “There’s Something in the Air: Podcasting in Education.” Educause Review 40, no.6 (November/December 2005):33-46.
    • DeVoe, K. Innovations Affecting Us – Podcasting, Coursecasting and the Library. Against the Grain v. 18 no 1 (February 2006) p. 78-9, 85.
    • Griscom, Richard. “Distant Music: Delivering Audio over the Internet.” Notes 59.3 (March 2003): 521-541.
  • Bibliography & Works Cited
    • Holliday, Wendy and Qin Li. “Understanding the millennials: updating our knowledge about students.” Reference Services Review 32.4 (2004): 356-366.
    • Karplus, S.S. Integrating Academic Library Resources and Learning Management Systems: The Library Blackboard Site. Education Libraries 29 no.1 (Summer 2006) p. 5-11.
    • Lee, Deborah. “iPod, You-Pod, We-Pod.” Library Administration & Management 20.4 (Fall 2006): 206-208.
    • Phinney, Scott. “Can’t I Just Listen to That Online? Evaluating Electronic Access to Audio for Music Libraries.” Music Reference Services Quarterly 9.2 (2005): 1-31.
  • Bibliography & Works Cited
    • Walker, Diane Parr. “Music in the Academic Library of Tomorrow.” Notes 59.4 (June 2003): 817-827.
    • Ward, David and M. Kathleen Kern. “Combining IM and Vendor-based Chat: A Report from the Frontlines of an Integrated Service.” Portal: Libraries and the Academy 6.4 (2006): 417-429.
    • Worcester, Lea and Evelyn Barker. “Podcasting: Exploring the Possibilities for Academic Libraries.” College & Undergraduate Libraries 13 no. 3(2006): 87-91.
  • Contact Information
    • Lindsay Hansen - [email_address]
    • Doris Helfer – [email_address]
    • Lynn Lampert – [email_address]
    • Danielle Skaggs – [email_address]
  • Where to Find this Presentation
    • This presentation can be found online at:
    • http://www.slideshare.net/dorishelfer/internetlibrarian07