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Creating the Library 2.0 Instruction Experience. Kristin Whitehair Jill Sodt Jason Coleman. Challenges for Library Instructors. Limited contact time with students. Challenges for Library Instructors. Limited contact time with students Sessions are seldom at point of need.

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creating the library 2 0 instruction experience

Creating the Library 2.0 Instruction Experience

Kristin Whitehair Jill SodtJason Coleman

challenges for library instructors
Challenges for Library Instructors
  • Limited contact time with students
challenges for library instructors1
Challenges for Library Instructors
  • Limited contact time with students
  • Sessions are seldom at point of need
challenges for library instructors2
Challenges for Library Instructors
  • Limited contact time with students
  • Sessions are seldom at point of need
  • Students don't always crave library knowledge
challenges for library instructors3
Challenges for Library Instructors
  • Limited contact time with students
  • Sessions are seldom at point of need
  • Students don't always crave library knowledge
  • Because of 1, 2, and 3, we often see:
challenges for library instructors4
Challenges for Library Instructors
  • Limited contact time with students
  • Sessions are seldom at point of need
  • Students don't always crave library knowledge
  • Because of 1, 2, and 3, we often see:

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challenges for library instructors5
Challenges for Library Instructors
  • Limited contact time with students
  • Sessions are seldom at point of need
  • Students don't always crave library knowledge
  • Because of 1, 2, and 3, we often see:

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/mad_african78/399009749/

toward a solution
Toward a Solution
  • Clicker system successes
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Toward a Solution
  • Clicker system successes
  • Novel active learning exercises at ALA's Information Literacy Institute
toward a solution2
Toward a Solution
  • Clicker system successes
  • Novel active learning exercises at ALA's Information Literacy Institute
  • Theory:
    • John Keller's ARCS motivational model
toward a solution3
Toward a Solution
  • Clicker system successes
  • Novel active learning exercises at ALA's Information Literacy Institute
  • Theory:
    • John Keller's ARCS motivational model
    • Social Constructionism
toward a solution4
Toward a Solution
  • Clicker system successes
  • Novel active learning exercises at ALA's Information Literacy Institute
  • Theory:
    • John Keller's ARCS motivational model
    • Social Constructionism
    • Cross and Angelo's presentation of assessment methods
what we need
What We Need

Simple affordable ways to:

  • Perform pre, post, and formative assessments.
what we need1
What We Need

Simple affordable ways to:

  • Perform pre, post, and formative assessments.
  • Provide students with anytime, anywhere access to course content.
what we need2
What We Need

Simple affordable ways to:

  • Perform pre, post, and formative assessments.
  • Provide students with anytime, anywhere access to course content.
  • Capture attention.
what we need3
What We Need

Simple affordable ways to:

  • Perform pre, post, and formative assessments.
  • Provide students with anytime, anywhere access to course content.
  • Capture attention. 
  • Facilitate active learning.
what we need4
What We Need

Simple affordable ways to:

  • Perform pre, post, and formative assessments.
  • Provide students with anytime, anywhere access to course content.
  • Capture attention. 
  • Facilitate active learning.
  • Encourage students to communicate with us and each other.
our plan
Our Plan
  • Describe several free, easy-to-use sites that can deliver information and facilitate communication.
our plan1
Our Plan
  • Describe several free, easy-to-use sites that can deliver information and facilitate communication.
  • Demonstrate how Google Groups can function as a simple Course Management System.
our plan2
Our Plan
  • Describe several free, easy-to-use sites that can deliver information and facilitate communication.
  • Demonstrate how Google Groups can function as a simple Course Management System.
  • Introduce free applications that capture attention and encourage active learning.
warm up
Warm Up
  • Blogs are evolving
  • Updates
  • Discussion
  • Example
    • K-State Libraries Refworks Blog by Sara K. Kearns http://ksulib.typepad.com/refworks/
social networking
Social Networking

Connects to self-selected users

Timely communication

Additional venue

Example: K-State Libraries Facebook group

social networking1
Social Networking
  • Ning.com – create a social network
  • Free hosting
  • Group privacy options
  • Examples
    • Nursing Informatics Faculty
    • Firefighter Nation
    • Library 2.0
videos
Videos

Jing.com – TechSmith pre-beta project

“Lite” video creation software, no editing

1 gb of bandwidth monthly, 200 mb of storage

Supplement in-person instruction

collaborative tools
Collaborative Tools

Zoho.com – online suite of web-based applications

Subscription fees for larger accounts

Includes Writer, Sheet, Show, Wiki, Planner, Chat, Projects, Meeting, Databases/Reports, and People

google groups
 Google Groups

Q: What is a Google Group?

google groups1
 Google Groups

Q: What is a Google Group?A: A Free collaborative web space with:

google groups2
 Google Groups

Q: What is a Google Group?A: A Free collaborative web space with:

  • Discussion boards
google groups3
 Google Groups

Q: What is a Google Group?A: A Free collaborative web space with:

  • Discussion boards
  • 100 MB File repository
google groups4
 Google Groups

Q: What is a Google Group?A: A Free collaborative web space with:

  • Discussion boards
  • 100 MB File repository
  • Rudimentary Web pages.
google groups5
 Google Groups

Q: What is a Google Group?A: A Free collaborative web space with:

  • Discussion boards
  • 100 MB File repository
  • Rudimentary Web pages.
  • A Welcome Message
google groups6
 Google Groups

Q: Who can create and use a Google Group?

google groups7
 Google Groups

Q: Who can create and use a Google Group?A:

  • Anyone who has a Google Account can create a Google Group.
google groups8
 Google Groups

Q: Who can create and use a Google Group?A:

  • Anyone who has a Google Account can create a Google Group.
  • The creator can control who can see the group's content and who can edit it.
using google groups for classes
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Welcome Message
    • Can provide information and links
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Welcome Message
    • Can provide information and links
    • Can present a set of activities for students to follow
using google groups for classes2
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Welcome Message Example
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Discussion Board
    • This can be set up so that anyone can post, even without joining the group
using google groups for classes5
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Discussion Board
    • This can be set up so that anyone can post, even without joining the group
    • Some Applications:
      • Use for pre-class assessments/surveys
using google groups for classes6
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Discussion Board
    • This can be set up so that anyone can post, even without joining the group
    • Some Applications:
      • Use for pre-class assessments/surveys
      • Use during class to check understanding
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Discussion Board
    • This can be set up so that anyone can post, even without joining the group
    • Some Applications:
      • Use for pre-class assessments/surveys
      • Use during class to check understanding
      • Use after class to gather feedback
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Discussion Board: Example
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • File Repository
    • 100 MB storage space
using google groups for classes11
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • File Repository
    • 100 MB storage space
    • Anyone who can view the Group's content can download files
using google groups for classes12
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • File Repository
    • 100 MB storage space
    • Anyone who can view the Group's content can download files
    • Only managers or members can upload files
using google groups for classes13
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • File Repository
    • 100 MB storage space
    • Anyone who can view the Group's content can download files
    • Only managers or members can upload files
    • Limit of 10 MB for a single file
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • File Repository: Example
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Can create simple webpages
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Can create simple webpages
    • Can control who can view and edit each page.
using google groups for classes17
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Can create simple webpages
    • Can control who can view and edit each page.
    • Extremely easy to create with built-in wysiwyg editing tools
using google groups for classes18
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Can create simple webpages
    • Can control who can view and edit each page.
    • Extremely easy to create with built-in wysiwyg editing tools
    • Can also edit html
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Google attaches a discussion thread to each page.
using google groups for classes20
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Google attaches a discussion thread to each page.
    • Google saves all previous versions of pages
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Applications for classes:
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Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Applications for classes:
      • Create pages with errors and have students correct them in groups
using google groups for classes23
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Applications for classes:
      • Create pages with errors and have students correct them in groups
      • Have students create group mind maps
using google groups for classes24
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Applications for classes:
      • Create pages with errors and have students correct them in groups
      • Have students create group mind maps
      • Use them to deliver course content 
using google groups for classes25
Using Google Groups for Classes
  • Pages
    • Applications for classes:
      • Create pages with errors and have students correct them in groups
      • Have students create group mind maps
      • Use them to deliver course content 
      • Present lists of resources and ask students to add to them.
klcfreeteachtools google group
klcfreeteachtools Google Group

http://groups.google.com/group/klcfreeteachtools

  • Settings
    • Anyone can view materials
    • Anyone can post messages
    • Anyone can become a member
      • Members can create pages and upload files
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klcfreeteachtools Google Group

Purpose

  • Share information about free teaching tools
  • Discuss applications
  • Share examples
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“For years, webmail users had to pay for extra storage. Then, as storage prices continued to fall, Google went after new customers by offering 1 gigabyte free to every user. Yahoo responded by last year with the ultimate offer: infinite free storage. Since each page of webmail comes with ads, more users means more revenue.”

Anderson, Chris. "Why $0.00 is the Future of Business." Wired 16, no. 3 (2008): 143.

questions
JASON COLEMANK-STATE LIBRARIESCOLEMAN@KSU.EDUJILL SODTEMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITYJSODT@EMPORIA.EDUKRISTIN WHITEHAIRUNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTERKWHITEHAIR@KUMC.EDUQuestions?