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Acrl infolit.20070612 f(2)

  1. 1. Reflecting on Online Instruction and Learning Best Practices and Trends in Information Literacy Tutorials By Marianne E. Giltrud, MSLS June 12, 2007
  2. 2. How do we know what to teach? How do we teach it? Best Practices for meaningful, innovative and effective tutorials. – Design/Interactivity – Motivation – Learning Styles – Assessment
  3. 3. Design/Interactivity Design – Shorter and modular – Discrete events--Point of Need – Use of Multimedia-Flash and Captivate Interactivity – Assessment and Gaming Concepts – Marketing library and services embedded – University of Minnesota Full Text Wizard – CLUE, Library & Information Literacy/Instruction Prog
  4. 4. Motivation Process of initiating, sustaining and directing activity – Intrinsic – Extrinsic
  5. 5. ARCS Model of MotivationARCS Model (Keller, J.M. 1987)Attention-get and keepRelevance-using assignmentsConfidence-appropriate expectancySatisfaction-applies both intrinsic and extrinsic
  6. 6. Online Tutorials??? Is there a place for online tutorials to assist with tasks that students want point of need assistance? What motivation techniques can be used to enhance learning?
  7. 7. Learning styles Auditory- Hearing for attention Reading writing-processing text Kinesthetic-Active in Learning Process Visual-Seeing Observing CINAHL Tutorial
  8. 8. Assessment Does the learning tool do its job? – Advantage--Instant feedback with corrections – Disadvantage-May not test higher order skills Online assessment techniques – Immediate Feedback – Adapts to different learning styles
  9. 9. Assessment Resources Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education You QuoteIt, You Note It, Acadia University Rubrics for Collaboration
  10. 10. Resources Terry Bennet, Melissa Prescott, Jennifer Sharkey Panelists ARCL 13th National Conference March 29-April 1, 2007 • PRIMO http://www.ala.org/CFApps/Primo/public/search.cfm – Peer Reviewed Instructional Materials Online Database (Formerly the Internet Education Project) • Keller, J. M. (1987) Strategies for stimulating the motivation to learn. Performance and Instruction, 26(8) 1-7 • Clark, R. C. & R. E. Mayer (2003) E-Learning and the science of instruction:proven guidelines for consumers and designers of multimedia learning. 1st Ed. San Francisco:Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer

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