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Library on Demand. Linda Gordon Darryl Swarm Kitt Vincent October 17, 2011. Internet Librarian, 2011 – D104, iLibrarian : Virtual, ipads & Mobile Devices. Goals of “Library on Demand”.

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library on demand

Library on Demand

Linda Gordon

Darryl Swarm

Kitt Vincent

October 17, 2011

Internet Librarian, 2011 – D104, iLibrarian: Virtual, ipads & Mobile Devices

goals of library on demand
Goals of “Library on Demand”
  • Supplement existing in-person, email, and telephonic (not eliminate) library research instruction outreach to remote locations.
  • Use multi-channel instructional technologies to optimize outreach activities, reaching larger numbers of students, “on demand” when instruction is desired but library faculty resources are constrained by physical distance and budget limitations.
  • Use multi-channel communication and technologies to optimize student learning modality preferences and differences.

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geographic issues
Geographic Issues
  • University of La Verne has ninesatellite campuses throughout California
    • Distance
    • Time
    • Funding
    • Technology

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project phases
Project Phases
  • Phase I – Pilot One Campus

Five classrooms at once (2 campuses)

Testing with campus staff, feedback, re-test

Testing for audio, video, and bandwidth

  • Phase II – Add Campuses, one at a time

Increase class participation – classes offered 5 evenings and weekends - 5-8 classrooms per campus – 1-9 campuses per evening

  • Phase III – Individual Instruction, etc.

Each class specialized library instruction

Invite other departments, i.e. career services, tutoring, etc.

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3 facets of the pilot program
3 Facets of the Pilot Program
  • Technology
    • Adobe Acrobat and Business Skype
  • Users
    • Faculty teaching at remote sites
  • Staffing
    • Campus staff function as project support

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technology
Technology
  • Currently available technology
  • Desirable technology features
  • RCA campus versus on-site issues

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users
Users
  • RCA Students
  • RCA Faculty
  • RCA Administration

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staffing
Staffing
  • RCA Directors
  • RCA Faculty
  • RCA Staff
  • Library Faculty
  • Library Staff

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lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Software Installation Permissions (Skype)
  • Hardware Acquisition Channels (Microphone)
  • Leadership Commitment and/or Change in Leadership
  • Naming Conventions changed throughout the project
  • Hardware durability

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thank you
Thank You!

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