publication . Article . 2017

Maintaining Quality While Expanding Our Reach: Using Online Information Literacy Tutorials in the Sciences and Health Sciences

Talitha Rosa Matlin; Tricia Lantzy;
Open Access
  • Published: 18 Sep 2017 Journal: Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, volume 12, page 95 (eissn: 1715-720X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Alberta Libraries
Abstract
<jats:p>Abstract&#x0D; &#x0D; Objective – This article aims to assess student achievement of higher-order information literacy learning outcomes from online tutorials as compared to in-person instruction in science and health science courses.&#x0D; &#x0D; Methods – Information literacy instruction via online tutorials or an in-person one-shot session was implemented in multiple sections of a biology (n=100) and a kinesiology course (n=54). After instruction, students in both instructional environments completed an identical library assignment to measure the achievement of higher-order learning outcomes and an anonymous student survey to measure the student exper...
Subjects
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
free text keywords: Asynchronous communication, Information literacy, Library instruction, CLARITY, law.invention, law, Library science, Student achievement, Biomedical sciences, Kinesiology, Student learning, Computer science, academic librarianship, teaching and learning, online learning objects, online tutorials, Bibliography. Library science. Information resources, Z
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