Develop your instructional palate with online tutorials : A balanced blend of theory and practice

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English abstract

Effective online instruction requires unique flavours of planning, design, and implementation. In this session, aromas of Adobe Captivate combine to deliver a learning experience that is easily digestible and leaves a memorable and harmonious finish. Attend now: this session does not require decanting or cellaring.

Item type: Conference proceedings
Keywords: online animated tutorials, screen capture, screencasting, screen casting, streaming video, online library instruction, Adobe Captivate, evaluating tutorials, WILU , Workshop on Instruction in Library Use
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information > BI. User interfaces, usability.
C. Users, literacy and reading. > CD. User training, promotion, activities, education.
L. Information technology and library technology > LZ. None of these, but in this section.
Depositing user: Laurie A. Prange
Date deposited: 22 May 2008
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:11

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