An exellent presentation detailing Carleton U’s foray into incorporating a library instruction session into WebCT. For anyone who has stood in front of a first year class and tried to make it relevant, this session provided an alternative method of reaching those 1st year millenials by giving them an opportunity for self-directed learning in a format available 24/7. As well, another plus is the increase in “face time” with faculty, who must meet with the librarians to discuss the library module. Definitly something that many of us can use!
- Understanding International Student’s Information Research Behaviour
- Giving Graduate Students What They Want to Know Not What We Want Them to Know
- Graduate Student Library Research Skills Workshop Series: A Needs Assessment
- LIBRARIANS’ UNDERSTANDING OF FIRST GENERATION STUDENTS’ CONCERNS AND NEEDS
- Create, Then Integrate: Teaching Undergraduate Research Skills Using WebCT by Heather Matheson and Sarah Fedko
- The Information Seeking Habits of Students: Are They Really that Bad?
- It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Loses an Avatar. Library Instruction in a 3D Virtual World – a Second Life Collaborative Project
- Google and Beyond: What Sources are Students Really Using?
- The Faculty Angle: What our Faculty Think about the ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards
- WIL-U Rename Me? …. Maybe Not