Conveying Library Assets and Administrations through Course Administration Frameworks.

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Michigan Library Association Annual Conference 2009 Sara Miller MSU Libraries Suzanne Bernsten and Kim Farley Lansing Community College Library Delivering Library Resources and Services through Course Management Systems

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Session Outline Types of Course Management System (CMS) Integration Creating a Library Learning Object Repository Using Camtasia and PowerPoint to Create Information Literacy Modules for Tier I Writing Using the LOR to Assess Information Literacy Sessions for Writing Students Questions and Discussion

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Types of Course Management System (CMS) Integration Suzanne Bernsten LCC Library

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Where is the library? Default Resources tab in ANGEL at Lansing Community College

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Integration Strategies Macro-Level Global or Institutional Librarians work with software engineers or fashioners e.g. nonexclusive library tab for all courses Shank, John D. what\'s more, Nancy H. Dewald. "Building up Our Presence in Courseware: Adding Library Services to the Virtual Classroom." Information Technology and Libraries. 22.1 (2003) 38-43.

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Resources/Library tab/Library Find Background Information (Credo Reference) Find Articles (ProQuest Central) Possible Library/Resources tab in ANGEL

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Macro-Level Strategies Virtual reference-work area administrations OPAC and database joins Global pathfinders and helpsheets Document conveyance administrations (eReserves, Interlibrary advance)

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Integration Strategies Micro-Level Customized Librarians work with individual employees Shank, John D. furthermore, Nancy H. Dewald. "Building up Our Presence in Courseware: Adding Library Services to the Virtual Classroom." Information Technology and Libraries. 22.1 (2003) 38-43.

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Micro-Level Strategies Library guideline traces Pathfinders, lists of sources, webliographies Recommended databases for a task Citation templates Reference administration Tutorials Quizzes Questionnaires for understudies RSS channels of new books, articles, test database looks Customized seek boxes, e.g. "Take this Code" site page

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Process Approach End objective - set up both large scale level and miniaturized scale level nearness in CMS Start by building up smaller scale level activities Learning object vault Assessment Video instructional exercises Target particular gatherings, word will spread e.g. assets tab for composing or nursing classes

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Creating a Library Learning Object Repository (LOR) Suzanne Bernsten Kim Farley LCC Library

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What is a Learning Object Repository (LOR) in ANGEL? Document stockpiling territory open to personnel Quizzes, pages, overviews Personal, departmental, institutional Finding content for lessons

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Why Create a Library LOR? Usability Faculty LINK to things, not duplicate – if URL transforms, they won\'t be influenced Make staff mindful of assets spread out crosswise over site No compelling reason to cut and glue long URLs Everything accessible inside ANGEL

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LCC Library LOR Content

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Library in a Box

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Process Contact eLearning executive Select connections to incorporate and envelope structure Create LOR Test and investigate Publicize to workforce Backup LOR and look after connections

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Creating Screencasts for the LOR

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Process Brainstorm themes. Select subject and make script. Record instructional exercise in Camtasia. Spare source documents in library records. Transfer to LCC Library YouTube Channel. Add connection to instructional exercise in LOR and library site.

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Tips for Creating Screencasts Check out Animated Tutorial Sharing Project (ANTS) before you start Tag group – one individual drives mouse, other individual peruses script Recording Use little screen measurements – 640 X 480 for YouTube Pause as opposed to beginning once again – alter later

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Promoting Library LOR LCC eLearning Dept. website page LCC eLearning Dept. Facebook Page

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Future Plans for Library LOR

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Intentional Integration Using Camtasia and PowerPoint to Create Information Literacy Modules for Tier I Writing Sara Miller MSU Libraries

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Background Collaboration with Tier I Writing Alignment of results Time requirements 50 minute data proficiency sessions Point-of-need guideline Establishment of worldwide LOR Open Web availability

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Infrastructure File stockpiling Creation of library Storemedia account ANGEL LOR Pilot, worldwide Shared server space for crude documents

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ANGEL Assessments

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Flash (Open Web) adaptations

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Within course controls

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Process Identify need and set results Script and inquiries PowerPoint Camtasia Storing documents Create ANGEL appraisal Upload module to worldwide LOR: "Library Research Tips"

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Problems PPT 2003 or later Storemedia and Flash Conflicting Camtasia renditions Production issues Recording: space and quality Learning bend and coordinated effort Keeping information in LOR Calling suitable line

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Pedagogical ramifications Provides supplemental and assessable segment to in-class direction Available to separation learners Available crosswise over educational programs Tied to Liberal Learning results

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Future Directions New potential outcomes with ANGEL overhaul Publishing Gradebook section Review by pilot bunch Formal examination of thing legitimacy Assessment and assessment

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Using the LOR to Assess Information Literacy Sessions for Writing Students Kim Farley Suzanne Bernsten LCC Library

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Reasons for Assessment To decide the adequacy of library guideline sessions To recognize the data proficiency ideas understudies are learning or not learning Assessment & assessment are a piece of the showing process Evaluate understudy learning Adjust showing strategies Improve consequent understudy learning

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Why use Angel? Paperless No programming Easy to regulate and redesign Immediate results Built-in test/appraisal highlight "Appraisal is the assessment of understudy learning through assignments, exams, and portfolios"

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Creating the Assessment Determine the learning results Develop questions/exercises in light of the learning results for the session Contact eLearning Administrator to have bookkeepers alloted as "educators" Construct the Angel test or evaluation Copy the test for every guideline curator in the Library LOR

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Administering the Quiz Seek authorization from personnel & recognize course area number Publish the test from the Library LOR to the employee\'s Angel course before the direction session Consider advising understudies about the test toward the start of the session Provide around 10 minutes at end of the library session for the test and survey

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Students know Angel Quiz can be utilized regardless of the possibility that the teacher does not utilize Angel Immediate input for understudies and custodian Students not able to get to Angel Course segments not accessible – included late or blended Faculty may not allow access to their Angel course Results not easy to use Advantages/Disadvantages

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Results Librarians can decide the level of understudy learning for every understudy, class, or semester they instruct and can roll out vital improvements for consequent direction Instruction group can utilize the aggregate group results for benchmarking and ceaseless project change Increased understudy learning!

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Use Spring 2009 as our benchmark for WRIT 121 – keeping on evaluating understudies this fall semester Assess second semester composing course, WRIT 122 – spring 2010 Migrate to Angel 7.4 – use appraisal highlight Continue to survey composing understudies on consistent premise Add new courses – specialized and business composing – fall 2010 Future Plans

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Any Questions? Sara Miller Assistant Library Instruction Coordinator, MSU Libraries 432-6123 ex.185 Kim Farley Instruction Services Librarian, Lansing Community College Library 483-1662 Suzanne Bernsten Web Services Librarian, Lansing Community College Library 483-1644

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