Watch Us on Our Youtube Channel: Supporting Students Through Electronic Media at UCD Library. Authors: James Molloy, Michelle Latimer
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Presentation at: A&SL Annual Seminar, February 24, 2012, Dublin, Ireland

Presentation at: A&SL Annual Seminar, February 24, 2012, Dublin, Ireland

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  • 1. "Watch us on our YouTube channel"Supporting students throughelectronic media at UCD Library James Molloy and Michelle Latimer A&SL Annual Seminar 24th February 2012 UCD Library Leabharlann UCD
  • 2. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Why?10% more students:10% less staff (UCD)10% more students:16% less staff (Library)
  • 3. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Inception • UCD Library’s Strategic Plan • A working group formed
  • 4. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Goals – Provide online support for students – Content including online videos and tutorials •Basics •Navigate •Locate •Awareness
  • 5. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Goals – Ensure widest access to the content across campus •Library and campus websites •Embedded on Blackboard •Accessible on mobile devices
  • 6. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Plan Produce FinaliseMay/June June/July July/Aug Prepare Edit Promote
  • 7. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Planning/Schedules • Identify Skill base • Homework • UCD Media Services • Designate work
  • 8. www.Informationliteracy.ie University of Wisconsin Arizona State University University of Leeds
  • 9. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Planning/Schedules • Identify Skill base • Homework • UCD Media Services • Designate work
  • 10. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Planning/Schedules • Budget • Regular meetings • Time is the essence (August deadline)
  • 11. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Production (Videos) • Storyboards • Prepare, prepare, prepare • Give direction and take advice • Editing (feedback)
  • 12. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Production (Videos) • Storyboards • Prepare, prepare, prepare • Give direction and take advice • Editing (feedback)
  • 13. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Production(online tutorial) •Sub Group •Storyboard/Content •Software
  • 14. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Finding items on your Reading List. •Find a book in the UCD Catalogue •Find a chapter in a book •Find an electronic journal article •Can’t find the electronic article? – find a print copy
  • 15. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case StudyChallenges•Software•Sustainability•Summer
  • 16. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Success
  • 17. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study “The adjudication panel considered that this project was an excellent example of a sustainable project with thepotential for expansion and wide roll-out across the university”.
  • 18. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study Current work/Next steps •Skills base •Development of the group •Current projects
  • 19. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case StudyJames Molloy Michelle LatimerAssistant Librarian Senior Library AssistantJames Joyce Library Veterinary Medicine LibraryUniversity College Dublin University College DublinBelfield BelfieldDublin 4 Dublin 4James.molloy@ucd.ie Michelle.latimer@ucd.ie00 353 1 716 7513 00 353 1 716 6266 http://www.youtube.com/user/UCDLibrary
  • 20. E-Learning at UCD Library – A Case Study • Susan Boyle Assistant Librarian HSL (Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems) • Ursula Byrne Head of Development & Strategic Planning • Peter Clarke Library IT Services • Jennifer Collery Assistant Librarian HSL (Medicine and Medical Science) • Monica Glynn Library Services Officer • Celia Kenny Senior Library Assistant (JJL) • Michelle Latimer Senior Library Assistant Veterinary Medicine • James Molloy Assistant Librarian Reader Services • Gerard Walsh Liaison Librarian (JJL)