Captivating the students: online library instruction for a psychology class and lessons learned

Title

Captivating the students: online library instruction for a psychology class and lessons learned

Description

This paper presents the first attempt of teaching library instruction via a Web-based tutorial for a Psychology and Law online course taught during the summer of 2009 at Rider University. Students received information literacy instruction through the creation of an online tutorial to help them with their class project. The article includes a discussion of the close collaboration between the authors, a psychology faculty member and two librarians, the nature of the online course, the production of the tutorial, technology used, and future considerations.

Creator

Yang, Sharon, Dawson, Patricia & Heath, Wendy

Date

2011-04

Rights

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Relation

Journal of Library & Information Science, 37(1), 67-72

Language

eng
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Text

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Citation

Yang, Sharon, Dawson, Patricia & Heath, Wendy , “Captivating the students: online library instruction for a psychology class and lessons learned,” CALASYS - CALA Academic Resources & Repository System, accessed September 25, 2020, http://ir.cala-web.org/items/show/82.