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Engaging Students in Information Literacy: The First Year and Beyond. Integrating Videos into Library Instruction Jacalyn E. Bryan & Elana Karshmer, Saint Leo University 2012 FLA Annual Conference. SLU100 Redesign Considerations. Instructional Strategies. Videos: In Practice.

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Engaging students in information literacy the first year and beyond

Engaging Students in Information Literacy:The First Year and Beyond

Integrating Videos into Library Instruction

Jacalyn E. Bryan & Elana Karshmer,

Saint Leo University

2012 FLA Annual Conference


Slu100 redesign considerations
SLU100 Redesign Considerations







Vtt videos employ technology used for distance learning both synchronous and asynchronous
VTT VideosEmploy technology used for distance learningBoth synchronous and asynchronous

Pros

  • Split screen with librarian and screen shots

  • Includes audio

  • Quick production time

  • Easier than Camtasia, Captivate

Cons

  • Difficult to edit

  • Costly equipment

  • Time lapse

  • Technical issues on user end


Vtt video
VTT Video

  • Library Website, Catalog, and Databases



Professional video
Professional Video

Pros

  • Assistance with scripting

  • Expertise with technology, editing, production

  • Used professional actors

  • Flexibility in modifying script and video

Cons

  • Cost

  • Intense pre-production activity

  • Scheduling

  • Lengthy post-production on day of filming

  • Unfamiliarity with library setting and practices



Xtranormal example
Xtranormal Example

  • Peer Reviewed Resources


References
References

Banas, J.A., N. Dunbar, D. Rodriguez, and S. Liu. “A Review of Humor in Education Settings: Four Decades of Research.” Communication Education 60.1 (2011): 115-144. Web.

Berk, Ronald A. “Humor and Multimedia to Engage the Net Generation.” International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Sawgrass Marriott, Ponte Vedra, FL. 12 April 2012. Address.

Jacobson, Gertrude N., and Michael J. Albright. “Motivation Via Videotape: Key to Undergraduate Library Instruction in the Research Library.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship 9.5 (1983): 270-275. Web.

Sherer, Pamela and Timothy Shea. “Using Online Video to Support Learning and Engagement.” College Teaching 59 (2011): 56-59. Web.


Contact information
Contact Information

Jacalyn Bryan

  • Reference and Instructional Services Librarian

  • 352/588-7437

  • [email protected]

    Elana Karshmer

  • Instruction Program & Information Literacy Librarian

  • 352/588-8412

  • [email protected]

    Saint Leo University, Cannon Memorial Library

    P.O. Box 6665, MC2128

    Saint Leo, FL 33574


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