Creating Online Animated Tutorials (OATs) the Electrified Librarian Way

Prange, Laurie A. Creating Online Animated Tutorials (OATs) the Electrified Librarian Way., 2007 . In British Columbia Library Association Conference 2007 : Beyond 20/20 : Envisioning the Future, Burnaby, British Columbia (Canada), 19-21 April 2007. [Presentation]


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Animated tutorials have now become so commonplace that there are even a few wikis out there to index them. But when can you find the time to learn how to deliver this new elibrary service? Forget trying to learn techniques specific to one product or another. Instead, learn an entire approach to online library instruction. From the librarian who created the How to Use Google Reader tutorial, which has been viewed by 1,200 people and received a thank you card and gift from Google, is a tried and true formula for delivering online library services that is part of a concept she calls being an Electrified Librarian. The Electrified Librarian’s approach to creating online animated tutorials is to combine the pedagogical approaches of multiple intelligences theory, instructional design and constructivism to deliver effective online library instruction. It’s not about using the right bells and whistles. Learn how to create online animated tutorials the Electrified Librarian way!

Item type: Presentation
Keywords: online animated tutorials, tutorials, tutorial, video, streaming, screen captures, information literacy, InfoLit, online instruction, instructional design, podcasting, screencasting, video,
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information > BH. Information needs and information requirements analysis.
H. Information sources, supports, channels. > HH. Audio-visual, Multimedia.
C. Users, literacy and reading. > CE. Literacy.
Depositing user: Laurie A. Prange
Date deposited: 27 Apr 2007
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 12:07


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