Sustainable pedagogies: creating video tutorials through faculty-student-library collaboration

Author
Shamchuk, Lisa
Bratt, Sharon
Coffee, Cherie Anne
Faculty Advisor
Date
2012
Keywords
video tutorial , information literacy
Abstract (summary)
Presenters will describe the goals and outcomes of a collaborative pilot project to develop educational materials which fulfill the immediate learning outcomes of an undergraduate course, as well as meet the future library research needs of the larger university community. A team consisting of an education librarian, a faculty member teaching in the area of instructional technology and an undergraduate Education student has developed a set of web-based screencast tutorials to be included with MacEwan University Library’s online subject guides. These screencasts are intended to assist students with common information literacy tasks such as using subject specific library databases and reference management tools. Our longer term goal is to identify sustainable pedagogical approaches and projects through faculty, student and librarian collaborations.
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Notes
Presented on May 23, 2012 at the Workshop for Instruction in Library Use (WILU) Conference in Edmonton, AB.
Item Type
Presentation
Language
English
Rights
All Rights Reserved