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Presentation for Lilly 2012 conference. shorten version of only my part of the three person panel.

Presentation for Lilly 2012 conference. shorten version of only my part of the three person panel.

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    • 1. E-Learning Initiatives to Enhance Information &Lilly Conference 2012 Digital Literacy Kim Duckett, NCSU Lauren Pressley, WFU Beth Filar Williams, UNCG
    • 2. Session Objective: to highlight a variety of ways librarians cansupport online learning through use of technologiesThree case studies: 1) Synchronous online instruction, a workshop model; asynchronous tutorial. 2) Videos being used both synchronously & asynchronously, point-of-need and incorporated into instruction 3) Asynchronous, interactive, semester-long, instruction course
    • 3. Getting started @ UNCG Libraries• Why? 12-15% growth last year in online in student credit hours• Getting a virtual room (Blackboard Collaborate)• Internal training• Technologies: – workshop webpage – google calendar – google form – slideshare• Marketing/outreach
    • 4. Types of online sessions• Orientations• One shot class sessions• Webinars/Online Workshops• Holding office hours• Post conference round-ups• Meetings
    • 5. Webinar Topics http://library.uncg.edu/info/distance_education/onlineworkshops.aspx• Introduction to EndNote• Google for Research• Scholarly Management: Staying Current with your Research• Introduction to Creative Commons• 30 min tool sessions: RTM, Jing, Twitter, Dropbox, etc.
    • 6. Virtual Attendance Registered Attended General (open) Orientations (offered 18 4/total sessions) Program-specific orientations (1/semester) 8/average Scholarly Management 36 23 Google for Research 41 20 Remember the Milk 13 9 Intro to Creative Commons 19 11Note – cannot get stats for each recorded session, overall only
    • 7. Marketing • Library’s workshop page • Teaching & Learning Center calendar • Academic Program Coordinators • Instructional Tech Consultants • Direct emails to DE students & faculty • Through library liaisons to their faculty • Word of mouth/positive experiencesSoapbox Zone by ruminatrixon flickr.com [CC-BY-NC-ND-2.0]
    • 8. Collaboration • Cross departmental within library • With students – Especially Library Studies grad students • Include non-librarians – Find people with skills to share • Outside your universityWomen at work on bomber, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, CA circa 1939 by LOC on Flickr
    • 9. Lessons Learned - Marketing • Email reminders – Requiring sign-ups helps • Key: buy-in from instructors/programs • Target sessions to specific programsOn Target by viZZZual on flickr.com [CC-BY 2.0]
    • 10. Lessons Learned - Tech • Include contact for tech support before/during session • Best to include second person • Be cautious about audio for participantsLaptop Cat by By wabisabi2015 on flickr [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0]
    • 11. Lessons Learned - Engaging • Active Learning is just as important online as it is in person! – Ask questions every 3-5 minutes – Use polling yes/no or A-E choices – Multiple voices a plus – Use tools like breakout rooms, app sharing, students as moderatorsSleeping student in Waseda computers room by Gnurou on flickr.com [CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0]
    • 12. Co-presenter slides not included NCSU LibrariesBig Picture Videos Kim DuckettPrincipal Librarian for Digital Technologies and Learning North Carolina State University Libraries
    • 13. Teaching Students “In” and “On”Today’s Information Environment Lauren Pressley Head of Instruction, ZSR Library Co-presenter slides not included