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Planning and Implementing Library e-Learning Projects
The Workshop for Instruction in Library Use
  • Qinqin Zhang, Western University
  • Maren Goodman, Western University
Pre-conference workshops
Weldon Library, Library Instruction Room
Start Date
21-5-2014 9:00 AM
End Date
21-5-2014 11:45 AM

The workshop is designed to provide participants with guidelines and hands-on exercises for planning and implementing library e-Learning projects, in particular, the integration of web-based library instructional modules in Learning Management Systems (LMS). The workshop will also introduce the blended learning approach and its implementation.

The workshop will walk participants through the detailed steps and best practices of designing, implementing, and assessing a library e-Learning project. Sections will include information about designing and implementing the blended learning approach, marketing or promoting the content among users, assessing students' learning outcomes, identifying and collaborating with stakeholders on campus, and liaising with faculty (or course instructors) for support throughout the course of the project.

Participants will gain hands-on experience in designing a library e-Learning project, some technical practice in developing a proposed library instructional module in LMS, and practical tips for promoting and assessing library e-Learning projects.

Citation Information
Qinqin Zhang and Maren Goodman. "Planning and Implementing Library e-Learning Projects" (2014)
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