Best Practices in Developing Online Information Literacy Tutorials

Published - July 2013| Code - PRG004A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

The 285-page study looks closely at how academic library and information technology professionals develop online tutorials, examining the software and web services that they prefer, the teams that they assemble, their strategies for evaluating the success of tutorials, and many other facets of tutorial design, implementation and marketing. The report also looks at library use of vendor supplied tutorials, and tutorials supplied by other libraries. Some of the many questions that this report can help librarians and information technology professionals answer are: how much staff time does it take to develop tutorials? Who in libraries actually makes tutorials? How is video technology utilized? How is assessment done? The study present aggregated data and commentary from 78 academic libraries.

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