Grygorowicz, Anna and Kraszewska, Elżbieta E-learning as a method of first-year students library training – two-year experience of the Main Library of the Medical University of Gdańsk., 2007 . In European Association for Health Information & Libraries Workshop 2007 PATHWAYS TO NEW ROLES: The Education, Training and Continuing Development of the Health Library & Information Workforce, Kraków (Poland), 12-15 September 2007. (Unpublished) [Conference poster]
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The idea of Library Training via Internet was the element of the prepared in 2005 document titled “Trends in development of the Main Library of the Medical University of Gdańsk in 2005-2010”. We have introduced E-learning as a method of teaching the same year as an obligatory seminars for all the first-year students. This implementation also finished three years of our research and development work on effectiveness of trainings already existing in our library. Preparing the course we based on the students’ answers of the questionnaires as well as librarians experience in the field of teaching. From the other hand we also had to: - learn the teaching methods of distance learning - know how to create the dynamic web pages - study the programs for computer graphics - know how to create and use the hypertext - have a knowledge about the copyrights - learn how to synthesize and present the educational material in the course - learn the rules of preparing the online questionnaire - know how to verify the effects of this kind of training - prepare the electronic test permitting students to pass the course In our poster we present: - the most important and interesting, in our opinion, elements of our Library Training via Internet - what is the impact of preparing processes of the library training via e-learning method on expanding our librarians knowledge and skills - some analyses of training effectiveness as results of questionnaire.
|Item type:||Conference poster|
|Keywords:||online library training|
|Subjects:||C. Users, literacy and reading. > CD. User training, promotion, activities, education.
D. Libraries as physical collections. > DK. Health libraries, Medical libraries.
|Depositing user:||Kamila Mamorska|
|Date deposited:||29 Aug 2010|
|Last modified:||02 Oct 2014 12:17|
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