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Information Literacy Instruction Online

Practical Techniques to Engage Students

by Michael Courtney

 

Practical approaches to creating active online learning experiences that engage a diverse student population.

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October 2019

Libraries Unlimited

Pages 150
Volumes 1
Size 7x10
Topics Educational Technology and Instructional Design/Online Education
  Librarian's Instructional Role/Information Literacy and Instruction, College Level and Above
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This timely book provides academic, school, and public librarians with widely used and emerging methods and models of instruction for online learners through applied examples of successful use.

Current models of online learning may be viewed as a hybridization of teaching methods used in the traditional classroom and the technological advancements of distance education. From a pedagogical sense, then, how can online learning effectively foster student-centered, creative environments that encourage collaboration and discussion?

Information Literacy Instruction Online provides librarians everything they need to engage learners in online learning and improve online information literacy instruction, including adaptable templates, assignments, and checklists. Michael Courtney shares innovative methods of instruction for online learners—learning management systems and tools as well as online learning objects to create a platform for student investment in and ownership of the learning process.

Through applied examples from library professionals at university, school, and public libraries, readers are shown how to effectively employ methods proven to have been successfully used in the online-learning community. Additional discussion focuses on how these approaches can enhance teaching, training, and peer collaboration within the library workplace and within a local community context.

Features

  • Presents practical approaches to creating active online learning experiences across a distribution of students and distance learners
  • Provides a variety of methods of instruction for online learners, including the use of learning management systems and tools as well as online learning objects
  • Engenders solutions to the challenges of engaging students in non-traditional classrooms
  • Offers new and innovative ideas for working with distance learning students
Author Info

Michael Courtney is outreach and engagement librarian at Indiana University Bloomington. He provides leadership and direction for instructors in the effective design and teaching of information literacy education and is responsible for coordinating the library's distance education services. He has written and presented extensively on information literacy instruction in online environments and is actively involved professionally in local, state, national, and international professional communities of practice within the distance education/online learning librarian community, including leadership positions in the ACRL Distance Learning Section and serving on the Program Advisory Board for the biannual international Distance Library Services Conference.

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