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Creating Engaging Information Literacy Tutorials MANDI GOODSETT REFERENCE & INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY

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  • 1. Creating Engaging Information Literacy Tutorials MANDI GOODSETT REFERENCE & INSTRUCTION LIBRARIAN GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY
  • 2. About the Audience DO YOU HAVE IL TUTORIALS AT YOUR LIBRARY?
  • 3. Why Engaging?
  • 4. Motivating Learning We cannot learn our students Learning requires paying attention Motivation -> Persistence - > Practice -> Learning Without motivation, the quality of the content doesnt matterhttps://learningsnippets.wordpress.com/category/motivation/ Michael Allens Guide to e-Learning
  • 5. 3 Principles of Engaging Tutorials From Extra Credits video Tutorials 101 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCPcn-Q5nKE
  • 6. Principle #1 INTERACTIVITY A.K.A SHOW, DONT TELL
  • 7. Why make interactive tutorials? What does interactive mean to you?
  • 8. Levels of Interactivity
  • 9. Level 1: Navigational Control Pacing Video vs. click through Side-menu University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 10. Level 2: Quizzing/Assessment Quiz questions throughout Short cumulative quiz Positive feedback
  • 11. Level 3: Interactive Design Drag-and-drop activities Drop-down menus Collapsible units Games Menlo College Bowman Library
  • 12. Level 3: Interactive Design Drag-and-drop activities Drop-down menus Collapsible units Games University of Texas San Antonio
  • 13. Level 3: Interactive Design Drag-and-drop activities Drop-down menus Collapsible units Games Lycoming College
  • 14. Level 4: Guided simulation Text input boxes Click boxes Guide-on-the-side University of Vermont
  • 15. Level 4: Guided simulation Text input boxes Click boxes Guide-on-the- side
  • 16. Principle #2 MAKE IT FUN
  • 17. Make It Fun Humor/relaxed tone Relatable, relevant material Visually appealing graphics Eastern Michigan University
  • 18. Principle #3 LISTEN TO YOUR USERS
  • 19. Listen to Your Users Usability Testing Early in creation process Methods Focus groups Observation Interviews Pre/post test Survey
  • 20. Tools for Engagement Guide-on-the-Side Adobe Captivate Articulate Storyline Get creative!
  • 21. Takeaway Making tutorials takes a lot of time and effort. Make sure yours are creating real learning moments.
  • 22. Questions? Contact: [email protected] GSW Tutorials: http://gsw.edu/library/library- tutorials/index# LibGuide for this Presentation (with tutorial version of presentation: libguides.gsw.edu/engagingtutorials
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