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If You Build It, Will They Learn? Assessing Online Information Literacy Tutorials.
(College and Research Libraries, 2006-11)
With the support of an internal grant, the Washington State University Library Instruction Department was able to undertake an assessment program to measure the use and effectiveness of online tutorials built by the ...
Courseware and library services: Bridging the gap for distance students
(Library Hi Tech, 2007)
The purpose of this paper is to model a practical solution to the lack of library modules within commercial courseware. There are many different programming languages and models librarians can use to implement similar ...
Compliance, cooperation, collaboration and information literacy
(Journal of Academic Librarianship, 2005)
As academic institutions have devoted increased efforts to information literacy skills assessment, more opportunities for collaboration between the library and other campus organizations have developed. The authors describe ...
Redesigning Comprehensive Library Tutorials: Theoretical Considerations, Multimedia Enhancements and Assessment Activities Incorporated
(Reference and User Services Quarterly, 2014)
When the Washington State University Library Instruction Team undertook a complete redesign of its two most central online tutorials, the task to incorporate multimedia challenged us to adopt newer pedagogical models into ...