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Librarians on YouTube: Library Instruction Videos

By Dan Sich, Nazi Torabi and Jamie Goodfellow

Abstract

Over the past two years, Western Libraries has created numerous online, video tutorials with the intent of helping students grasp various information literacy concepts. These video tutorial are mounted on Western’s YouTube channel, and on Western Libraries’ website. Tutorial topics were determined by identifying recurring Information Literacy issues, by examining existing library instruction material, and by surveying faculty. The tutorials utilize various styles. While many tutorials teach concepts, some teach specific library tools. Our poster includes a summary report of assessment results

Topics: library, YouTube, videos, Information Literacy, OCULA, Library and Information Science
Publisher: SelectedWorks
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:works.bepress.com:ntorabi-1011
Provided by: Scholarship@Western
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