Survey of Best Practices in Developing Online Information Literacy Tutorials, 2017 Edition

Published - December 2016| Code - PRG157A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

The study looks closely at how much time, funding and effort academic libraries are spending developing information literacy tutorials. It also looks at the use of tutorials provided by vendors and by other libraries. This highly detailed, 300+ page study gives data and commentary on the types of programs and applications used to create tutorials, how tutorial developers are trained, how much time it takes to develop a tutorial, which subjects are chosen for treatment, how tutorials are marketed to library patrons and much more.

Data is broken out separately by tuition level, type of college, enrollment and other variables for easier benchmarking.

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