the future of libraries in the digital age
Your Name and Title: Susan Ariew, Education Librarian
Library, School, or Organization Name: University of South Florida, Tampa Library
Co-Presenter Name(s): None
Area of the World from Which You Will Present:United States
Language in Which You Will Present:English
Target Audience(s):Instructional Designers, Information Literacy/Library Instruction librarians
Short Session Description (one line):Deepen and enhance the one-shot through online course modules in course management systems.
Full Session Description (as long as you would like):
The ACRL Framework has transformed information literacy instruction by asking librarians and educators to address the bigger picture, the research process along with the tools and strategies for finding reputable information sources. Using online modules in course management systems offers librarians the opportunity to connect with students before, during, and after synchronous instructional sessions. They also allow teachers to "flip" the basics through video tutorials and other learning objects, while live sessions with students can then address more complex issues that are customized to specific research assignments and the ACRL Framework. These may include topics like managing topics, research as a conversation, advanced searching strategies, and evaluating information. This session will illustrate how instructional design compliments and enhances traditional synchronous instructional sessions and how embedded access within courses allows academic librarians the opportunity to continue the conversation with students even after instruction has occurred.
Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/ilframework