-Take a deep breath -This is what Jackie got to see during her vacation
-Cooperative Library Instruction Project -Collaborative project between WOU, Chem, OSU, and Willamette -
-Create reusable, remixable content -Get feedback and ideas from user community
Results are from first academic year of use -Next: explore all of the CLIP resources
-Current site for all CLIP resources
-Walk through what a tutorial looks like -Navigation bar, Closed Captioning, unified design -Point out URL -Point out Source Files -Brief summary of each tutorial -Demonstrate Embed code by [clicking on Embed Code link]
-Toggle to HTML editor -Paste code from “embed code” window
-Toggle the HTML button again (or click OK or SAVE, depending on system)
-And now the tutorial is there. So easy!
-Let’s talk about quizzes -[CLICK PICTURE to link] -Password protected. This is the password, it’ll appear at the end of the presentation as well. -Each tutorial has an associated quiz. 4 questions per quiz. Use as you will: remix, reuse, etc
-New tool added to the toolbox -Still very rough, in draft form -Give instructors a tool to discuss main concepts in tutorials in class / discussion boards
-Variety of ways to work tutorials in -Remix a tutorial for your own purposes [click thumbnail for EXAMPLE] -List tutorial links on your own website [click for example] -Integrate into course guides, LibGuides, Library a la Carte [click for LibGuides example] -Integrate into Blackboard, Moodle, or whatever system you use [click for Moodle example] -Make part of regular assigned readings/coursework
-How to adapt to tutorials -SCAFFOLDING -Jing is free. Easy to use. -Capture video or screenshots -Great pre- or post- CLIP tutorial tool
-Students need to be motivated. -Like vegetables, they won’t do it just because -Many students think they’re already information literate, will not even look at material
-Tutorials mapped to JBAC’s mandated IL outcomes -Outcomes are generic enough to apply to all disciplines -Tutorials are discipline neutral
-All of these ideas (with the exception of Jing) are located here. -Just ask me. I’m happy to help in any way. Brainstorming. Tech help. Whatever.
-Virtual -Technology training (how to edit/create CLIP-like tutorials, use Jing) -Updates/changes to CLIP materials -Share how being used, give feedback
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Michael Baird http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/2746960560/
Michael Baird CLIP Coordinator [email_address] Western Oregon University http://clip-il.wetpaint.com @ KCC
Michael Baird Overall Project Goals address IL outcomes (AA/OT requirements) embed IL into class curricula flexible, relevant interest , community of support, sustainability
Michael Baird CLIP Tutorial Visits 2009-2010 Academic Year 3,591 visits in US 1,366 visits in Oregon 384 visits internationally WA: 295 CA: 245 MI: 178 NY: 145 TX: 123 Oregon, 09/21/09 – 06/11/10 by geography:
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