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Digital Pedagogy - A Guide for Librarians, Faculty, and Students

This guide is meant to inform the user about Digital Pedagogy. It includes information on educational theory, a collection of case studies, and resources relevant to the study of digital pedagogy.

Online Learning Objects - Bibliography

Recommended Reading

Allen, Maryellen. “Promoting Critical Thinking Skills in Online Information Literacy Instruction Using a Constructivist Approach.” 15.1-2 (2008): 21–38. Print.

Chang, Naicheng, and Limei1 Chen. “Evaluating the Learning Effectiveness of an Online Information Literacy Class Based on the Kirkpatrick Framework.” Libri: International Journal of Libraries & Information Services 64.3 (2014): 211–223. EBSCOhost.  Web. 19 Mar. 2015.

Chen, Hsin-Liang, and James Patrick Williams. “Pedagogical Design for an Online Information Literacy Course: College Students’ Learning Experience with Multi-Modal Objects.” Canadian Journal of Information & Library Sciences 33.1/2 (2009): 1–37. Print.

Halpern, Rebecca1, rhalpern@usc.edu, and Chimene1 Tucker. “Leveraging Adult Learning Theory with Online Tutorials.” Reference Services Review 43.1 (2015): 112–124. EBSCOhost.  Web.

Hess, Amanda Nichols1. “Online and Face-to-Face Library Instruction: Assessing the Impact on Upper-Level Sociology Undergraduates.” Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian 33.3 (2014): 132–147. EBSCOhost.  Web.

Hosier, Alison1. “Using Team-Based Learning in an Online, Asynchronous Information Literacy Course.” Journal of Library Innovation 4.2 (2013): 111–121. Print.

Hsin-liang Chen,  “A Conceptual Framework for Digital Libraries for K-12 Mathematics Education: Part 1, Information Organization, Information Literacy, and Integrated Learning.” Library Quarterly 75.3 (2005): 231–261. Print.

Jones, Stephanie A.1, and Lucy Santos2 Green. “Transforming Collaboration.” Teacher Librarian 40.2 (2012): 26–31. Print.

Kavli, Solveig, and Susanne Mikki. “Enabling the Student to Write a Good Thesis - Combining Information Retrieval with the Writing Process.” InfoTrend: Nordisk Tidskrift foer Informations specialister 61.4 (2006): 112–120. Print.

Lacy, Meagan1, lacym@iupui.edu, and chenhsin@iupui.edu Hsin-liang Chen1. “Rethinking Library Instruction: Using Learning-Outcome Based Design to Teach Online Search Strategies.” Journal of Information Literacy 7.2 (2013): 126–148. EBSCOhost.  Web. 19 Mar. 2015.

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Lawal, Vicki1, ladilaw@gmail.com, and Stephen1 Akintunde. “E-Learning and Information Literacy at the University of Jos.” Library Management 35.8/9 (2014): 607–628. EBSCOhost.  Web.

Mestre, Lori S. et al. “Learning Objects as Tools for Teaching Information Literacy Online: A Survey of Librarian Usage.” College & Research Libraries 72.3 (2011): 236–252. Print.

Russell, Philip1, philip.russell@ittdublin.ie et al. “Creating, Sharing and Reusing Learning Objects to Enhance Information Literacy.” Journal of Information Literacy 7.2 (2013): 60–79. EBSCOhost.  Web. 19 Mar. 2015.

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            OCULA. “Information Brief: Learning Objects.” 2015. Web. 30 June 2016.

Skagen, Therese et al. “Pedagogical Considerations in Developing an Online Tutorial in Information Literacy.” Communications in Information Literacy 2.2 (2008): 84–98. Print.

Stiwinter, Katherine1, stiwinterk@sccsc.edu. “Using an Interactive Online Tutorial to Expand Library Instruction.” Internet Reference Services Quarterly 18.1 (2013): 15–41. EBSCOhost.  Web.

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Thornes, Sara L.1, s.l.thornes@leeds.ac.uk. “Creating an Online Tutorial to Support Information Literacy and Academic Skills Development.” Journal of Information Literacy 6.1 (2012): 81–95. Print.

Walters, Kirsteen1 et al. “Developing Online Tutorials to Improve Information Literacy Skills for Second-Year Nursing Students of University College Dublin.” New Review of Academic Librarianship 21.1 (2015): 7–29. EBSCOhost.  Web.

Walton, Geoff, and Mark Hepworth. “A Longitudinal Study of Changes in Learners’ Cognitive States during and Following an Information Literacy Teaching Intervention.” Journal of Documentation 67.3 (2011): 449–479. EBSCOhost.  Web.

---. “Using Assignment Data to Analyse a Blended Information Literacy Intervention: A Quantitative Approach.” Journal of Librarianship & Information Science 45.1 (2013): 53–63. EBSCOhost.  We