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Where Technology and Information Literacy Meet: Interactive Web-based Tutorials for Lifelong Learning Pamela Jackson, San Diego State University Bridget Kowalczyk, San José State University February 3, 2006 SCIL Why Make Web-based Education a Priority for InfoLit Instruction?

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Where Technology and Information Literacy Meet: Interactive Web-based Tutorials for Lifelong Learning

Pamela Jackson, San Diego State University

Bridget Kowalczyk, San José State University

February 3, 2006

SCIL

why make web based education a priority for infolit instruction
Why Make Web-based Education a Priority for InfoLit Instruction?
  • Students’ educational expectations
  • Convenience of virtual space
  • Reaching the masses
enhancing information literacy instruction with tutorials
Enhancing Information Literacy Instruction with Tutorials
  • Allows for progressive reinforcement of information literacy concepts
  • Time with students can be more advanced and student-centered in-person library instruction
  • Pre-college tutorials may help better prepare teens for college-level research
tutorials available at sjsu
Tutorials Available at SJSU
  • Library Essentials
    • Library Basics
    • InfoPower
    • 5 Ways
    • Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping
  • Subject-Specific
    • Company Information Tutorial
    • Computer Science 100w
    • Health Professions 100w (down for revision)
    • LOTSS (for library school students)
  • Prospective Students
    • Stairway to Success
    • TRAMS (coming soon to a computer near you)
development team
Development Team
  • Librarians and the Information Literacy Specialist responsible for creating the content and quizzes, and overseeing the overall direction of the tutorial
  • Two Programmers responsible for HTML, PHP, JavaScript, and back-end Oracle quiz databases and queries
  • Two Graphic Artists/Designers responsible for the artwork, Flash animations, and overall look of the tutorial
  • Sound engineer and/or digital media specialist to record voiceovers
information technology web team support
Information Technology / Web Team Support
  • A web server dedicated to tutorial projects
  • Ability to support the exploration of a variety of technologies for instruction
  • Dedicated personnel
budget
Budget
  • Ongoing, committed support for programming and graphic design
  • Funding, as needed, to keep up with the times and try new, interactive technologies to reach 21st century learners
software and technology expertise
Software and Technology Expertise
  • HTML
  • PHP
  • CSS (cascading style sheets)
  • JavaScript
  • SQL or Oracle
  • Macromedia Flash
  • Adobe Photoshop CS
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Streaming Video and VoIP
timeline to complete the average tutorial
Timeline to Complete the Average Tutorial
  • Tutorials are ongoing projects—they take significant time and nurturing
  • Average time to build a short, solid tutorial from start to finish can be a little as 3-6 months, but typically takes longer
  • Initial tutorials are usually launched and “tinkered” with every few months
trams tutorial
TRAMS Tutorial
  • A series of interactive, web-based instructional modules for high school students
  • Modules based on the AASL Information Literacy Standards, ACRL Information Literacy Standards, and actual student assignments
trams collaboration how many minds does it take to create a teen tutorial
TRAMS Collaboration: How many minds does it take to create a teen tutorial?
  • Bridget Kowalczyk, SJSU’s Information Literacy Specialist
  • Pamela Jackson, SDSU’s Information Literacy Librarian, formerly a librarian at SJSU
  • Andrea Schacter, SJPL Youth Services Librarian
  • Dawn Imada, SJPL Youth Services Librarian
  • Hilary Langhorst, SJPL Web Team Programmer
  • Jie (Jessie) Cai, Chirag Bhalgami, Veer Vivek Kaushik, Programmers
  • Wan Si Wan, Eric Szeto, and Nobuko Kimura, SJSU students in Graphic Design and Animation/Illustration.
  • Mike Adams, TRFT Chair & Ramon Navarro Johnson, KSJS disc jockey: character voiceovers and technical support/use of the KSJS recording studio to capture voiceovers.
  • Chuck Manthe, Theater instructor and Lincoln High School and none high school theater students providing character voiceovers.
  • Two local high school teens, consulting the team on ways to present interesting content to their peers.
  • Focus groups with teensReach, a youth council for the San José Public Library.
the result
The Result

http://tutorials.sjlibrary.org/trams/

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