- (3) Sneaking In” Library Instruction: Using a “Non-Library” Instructional Video to Demonstrate How to Find Books and Journals in the Health Sciences Library I was particularly interested in seeing what they had done since it is a challenge to get most student interested in anything labelled "library."
- (9) Going the Distance with Moodle: Outcomes of the MLA Continuing Education Institute for Developing Web-based Instruction
- (16) A Librarian and a Nurse Educator Team to Teach and Assess Evidenced-based Practice Searching Skills to Nursing Students I was curious to see if there was a new approach we might use as our faculties want us to do more than just teach literature searching.
- (22) Moving to Moodle: Creating Online Instruction from an MLA Continuing Education Class We will be moving toward doing more of our instruction this way and am looking forward to reading about successes and failures and particularly, reasons something might not work. (Just as an aside, I wish more people would report on things that haven't worked well and give us an analysis of what they might have done differently. I guess that no one really likes to report on failures.)
Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Poster Session II
There were fewer posters that I was really interested in during this session. However, all of the posters seemed to be well-attended. Some of the posters I viewed: