As online learning becomes increasingly popular and widespread, librarians and faculty need new models for developing information literacy instruction in online environments. In this new book, respected authors Thomas P. Mackey and Trudi E. Jacobson ...
explore innovative faculty-librarian partnerships for teaching information literacy online. All of the contributions to this edited volume are co-written by faculty-librarian teams, providing a global perspective from the UK's Open University and the University of Manchester, and from a number of US institutions including the University of Central Florida and Indiana State University. Each chapter fuses pedagogical, disciplinary and technological issues, and covers practical approaches to hybrid, blended, open and fully online courses and programs. A number of disciplines are represented at undergraduate and graduate levels, including Business and Accounting, Computer and Library Science, History, English, Women's Studies, Education and Social Work, as well as Curriculum Instruction and Media Studies. To help readers replicate the models in this book, each chapter has an emphasis on program planning, best practices, potential challenges and effective assessment strategies for improving student learning. Author teams describe technology innovations using reusable learning objects, Web 2.0 tools, learning management systems, open wiki environments, online portals and the virtual world of Second Life. Through a combination of research and valuable real-life success stories, this cutting-edge new resource will help faculty and librarians foster effective collaborations and provide students with positive online learning experiences.
Number of pages: 180
Date of publication: 24/02/2011
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