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Achieving Big City Dreams at Small Town Libraries (ACRL 2015)

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How Seven Regional College Libraries Used Collaboration and Adobe Captivate to Create an Online Information Literacy Program

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Achieving Big City Dreams at Small Town Libraries (ACRL 2015)

  1. 1. How Seven Regional College Libraries Used Collaboration and Adobe Captivate to Create an Online Information Literacy Program Adrianna Lancaster, Sharon Morrison, Chelsea Baker, Allison Embry
  2. 2. Regional Universities in Oklahoma
  3. 3. Shared Characteristics
  4. 4. Shared Issues  Students with limited IL skills  Some at a distance  Librarian Turnover
  5. 5. 2008 - Planning Grant
  6. 6. OKLSI
  7. 7. Assess Skills  www
  8. 8. Develop a Framework
  9. 9. 2009 - Amigos Grant
  10. 10. 2011 - IMLS Grant
  11. 11. IMLS Year One
  12. 12. IMLS Year Two
  13. 13. Reviewing and Revising
  14. 14. Experience and Lessons Learned The Creation Process
  15. 15. Captivate: The Good  Robust and complex software  More sophisticated than similar products  Interactive elements  Assessment elements
  16. 16. Captivate: The Bad  Robust and complex software  High learning curve  Buggy and finicky  Frequently updated  Expensive
  17. 17. Decide to Commit
  18. 18. Institutional Support is Essential
  19. 19. Communication is Key “The single biggest problem with communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” - George Bernard Shaw
  20. 20. Expect the Unexpected
  21. 21. Seek Outside Support
  22. 22. Respect the Creative Process
  23. 23. Submissions
  24. 24. Round and Round
  25. 25. It’s Alive!
  26. 26. Where do we go next? Tutorials in progress  Langston University – Worldcat  Northeastern State University – Citations and plagiarism – in review  Rogers State University – Search terms  Rogers State University – Copyright  Southeastern Oklahoma State University – EBSCO Discovery Service – (EDS)
  27. 27. Contact Us  Adrianna Lancaster – alancaster@ecok.edu  Sharon Morrison – smorrison@se.edu  Chelsea Baker – cbaker@ecok.edu  Allison Embry – aembry@rsu.edu http://www.oklsi.onenet.net
  28. 28. Image Credits  Slide 2  Oklahoma Outline White from d-maps.com. Image is used with permission.  Slide 3  Rural Sonoma from ah zut. Image is used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.  Small Toad from Scott*. Image used is under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.  Empty Bottle in a Dry Pond– from alfie. Image is used with permission.  Slide 4  Phyllo Apple Turnovers from Kelly Sue DeConnick. Image is used under CC BY-SA 2.0.  Slide 5  The AT&T Logo from Mendaliv. Image is used under fair use.  Slide 7  Pasea Sailing from Eric Gevaert. Image is used under CC BY 2.0.  Slide 8  Framework from Junichi Ishito. Image is used under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.  Slide 9  Amigos Library Services Logo from Amigos Library Services. Image is used under fair use.  Slide 10  IMLS Logo Black from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Image is used with permission.  Slide 11  Strip Foundation from Finn Mac Ginty. Image is used under CC BY 2.0.  Slide 12  A Mansion in Adelaide from Ron Sanderson. Image used is in the public domain.  Slide 13  Frustrated Man at a Desk from LaurMG. Image used is under CC BY-SA 3.0.  Slide 17  Do We Have Your Commitment? from Jantoo.com/Mike Flanagan. Image is used under fair use.  Slide 18  iStock_000014186302Small from Annie Biggs. Image is used under CC BY 2.0.  Slide 20  Expect the Unexpected from Pixabay. Image used is in public domain.  Slide 21  Good Friends from Juliana Coutinho. Image is used under CC BY 2.0.  Slide 22  Billy Joel Piano Man from acme401. Image is used under CC BY-SA 2.0.  Slide 24  Merry Go Round from John Luty. Image used is in the public domain.  Slide 25  Young Frankenstein from Insomnia Cured Here. Image is used under CC BY-SA 2.0.

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