If libraries are to remain centers for lifelong learning, then that learning must increasingly be e-learning. But, where can librarians turn for the best ideas and inspiration on how to implement e-learning programs? This book features nine exemplary programs set in all types of libraries. Youall find proven, successful ways of introducing online credit-based information literacy instruction, innovative methods for teaching critical thinking skills online, ways of using open source software in interactive learning, step-by-step guidance for instructional screencasting, ways to work with faculty on e-learning solutions through streaming video, and how a school library used e-learning to teach about the Holocaust. These stellar models offer solutions and feature the aspects you and your staff need because they recognize the problems you face. Thereas plenty here for all libraries to grab on to and implement to move learning from inside the library to where your users live and work.a screencast, it helps reinforce the approach in the creatora#39;s memory, and it provides a screencast instructional tutorial for ... Screenr was a good choice for creating a quick screencast with instructions on how to set Google Scholar preferences.
|Title||:||E-Learning in Libraries|
|Author||:||Charles Harmon, Michael Messina|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 2013-02-11|