Librarians as partners: Strategies for systematically embedding in online course development

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Panel presentation for the Distance Library Services Conference, Denver 2014
http://libguides.cmich.edu/dls2014/ataglance/panels
Erin Davis, Becky Thoms | Utah State University
Jennifer Hill | Johns Hopkins University
Beth Filar Williams | University of North Carolina Greensboro

Embedded librarianship has been a buzzword for many years now, but librarians have struggled with how to make this process scalable. How do you effectively reach the most students, while still providing meaningful information and interactions? Join us in this panel discussion as we explore three different libraries’ approaches to making embedding in online courses scalable by partnering with faculty early on in the course development process. Through interactive polling, audience members will also share their own experiences and questions for a lively discussion!

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    1. 1. Librarians as Partners: Strategies for systematically embedding in online course development http://www.tagxedo.com CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US
    2. 2. Erin + Becky Utah State University
    3. 3. Copyright & Coincidence: A tale of two librarians Inspired by the true story of: Erin Davis & Becky Thoms
    4. 4. Services for distance faculty/students + copyright education http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/ view-image.php?image=072981
    5. 5. = Opportunity http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/details.php?id=pia14749
    6. 6. It all began with a webinar
    7. 7. Virtual road trip http://creativelibrariesutah.org/2013/10/
    8. 8. Where’s the party? http://cidi.usu.edu/
    9. 9. There we met the cool kids http://cidi.usu.edu/services/consultant-list.cfm
    10. 10. Taking it to the next level
    11. 11. The after party • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • CENTER FOR INNOVATIVE DESIGN & INSTRUCTION
    12. 12. Looking to the future https://www.flickr.com/photos/quasimondo/
    13. 13. Somewhere between here https://www.flickr.com/photos/maveric2003/
    14. 14. And here https://www.flickr.com/photos/zvaehn/
    15. 15. Beth University of North Carolina - Greensboro
    16. 16. Existing DE plans?
    17. 17. Existing DE plans?
    18. 18. Online Resources + Supp
    19. 19. Video Announcement: http://youtu.be/qHao0SmRkNc
    20. 20. Capped at 40+ people!
    21. 21. Attended embed in “All Star Courses”
    22. 22. REPEAT! Hybrid online + one day
    23. 23. 3-PEAT! Hybrid online + 2 days
    24. 24. Jenn Johns Hopkins University Excelsior College Library Baltimore, Maryland Albany, New York
    25. 25. • Completely online • Non-profit • Middle States accredited • 36,000+ students • Non-traditional, part-time Retrieved from http://www.nationalcybersecurityinstitute.org/
    26. 26. Course Development Team Retrieved from http://pixabay.com/en/group-team-balloons-clouds-239251/ Program DirectorLibrarian Subject Matter Expert
    27. 27. Anatomy of a kick-off call Pre • Invitation • Prep script/resources During • Adobe Connect & conference call • Library shares first! After • Follow up email (template) • Course development work begins!
    28. 28. Integration at a glance Type of Involvement FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 (thru Feb 2014) Course development calls 57 48 127 95 Assignments 21 24 31 10 Instructional resources (PDFs, tutorials and course LibGuides) 35 9 21 19 Literature/multimedia searches (Sources identified for faculty for course integration) 45 (870 sources) 78 (1,533 sources) 108 (2,041 sources) 114 (1,665 sources)
    29. 29. Calls integration Since January 2012 Courses that resulted in library integration Courses that did not result in integration 47% Total= 188 kick-off calls
    30. 30. Scalable integration http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Road_108_new_construction_Mae_Hong_Son_province.JPG
    31. 31. Behind the scenes Content tracking
    32. 32. Linking vs. uploading http://pixabay.com/en/chain-border-link-links-plastic-29364/
    33. 33. Annual maintenance plan
    34. 34. Coming soon! Videos for faculty in each subject area Welcome! I’m Jennifer, and I’m the library’s liaison for History. Please watch this <5 minute video that outlines how we can work together on this course!
    35. 35. Questions? Jennifer Hill Distance Education Librarian/ Electronic Resources Manager Johns Hopkins University Entrepreneurial Library Program Excelsior College Library jennifer.hill@jhu.edu Becky Thoms Scholarly Communication & Copyright Librarian Merrill-Cazier Library Utah State University becky.thoms@usu.edu Erin Davis Coordinator of Regional Campuses and Distance Education Library Services Merrill-Cazier Library Utah State University erin.davis@usu.edu Beth Filar Williams Coordinator of Library Services for Distance Learning University of North Carolina Greensboro efwilli3@uncg.edu

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