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Conducting formative evaluation online
In this article, the authors explore how to conduct formative evaluation of a freestanding library e-course using online resources.
Online and Face-to-Face Library Instruction: Assessing the impact on upper-level sociology undergraduates
Online information literacy instruction: can it impact learning as effectively as face-to-face instruction? Using a quasi-experimental design, this study examined that in relation to upper-level sociology students; it also ...
The MAGIC of Web Tutorials: How one library (re)focused its delivery of online learning objects on users
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-11-20)
Oakland University (OU) Libraries undertook an assessment of how to leverage its resources to make online tutorials more focused on users’ needs. A multi-part assessment process reconsidered web tutorials offerings through ...
Business information literacy teaching at different academic levels: An exploration of skills and implications for instructional design
(Journal of Information Literacy, 2012)
This study investigates the difference among students' discipline-specific information literacy (IL) skills by studying first-year and final-year undergraduate business students. An online IL tutorial was designed and ...
Designing for engagement: Using the ADDIE model to integrate high-impact practices into an online information literacy course
In this article, the authors share how a team of librarians used the ADDIE instructional design model to incorporate best practices in teaching and learning into an online, fourcredit information literacy course. In this ...