LibWizard: Scalable, Self-Paced Learning for Distance Learners (EU-Optimized Time)
In this session:
Information Literacy Instruction... At Their Fingertips, Literally
6,359,121 Students Took At Least One Online Class in 20161
This number represents 31.6% of all higher education enrollments. This figure has increased 17.2% since 2012, and trends predict that it will continue to grow.
Your library has distance/online students who need library and information literacy instruction. How are you meeting the needs of your online students and providing information literacy skills, virtually?
Additionally, only 10% of faculty are "Very Aware" of OER resources. This is an opportunity to educate faculty and promote the Library's OER resources as well as subscription-database resources as supplemental to expensive textbooks.2
This webinar will focus on ways you can meet, and even exceed, distance learner needs using LibWizard.
- Create Self-Paced Interactive Tutorials - Promote 24/7 learning that occurs anywhere, on any device. Self-paced learning tutorials ensure that users walk away with a learned skill and accomplished task.
- Promote OER Content - Use LibWizard to promote open educational resources and high-quality resources to increase awareness.
- Provide Formative Assessment - Use LibWizard to communicate clear goals, create opportunities to quiz and challenge learners, and provide immediate feedback... all required conditions to achieve "Flow".3
3. Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly. Flow: the psychology of optimal experience. Harper Row, 2009.
Recommended Help Guide: LibWizard - Forms, Surveys, Quizzes & Tutorial Builder
This session is intended for: All Users
Products covered: LibWizard & LibWizard Lite
Registration is not required, but is recommended to receive a reminder email and ics file to add to your calendar.
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