Pedagogical Design for an Online Information Literacy Course: College Students' Learning Experience with Multi-modal Objects
online instruction, media, information literacy
Library and Information Science
This project is an exploratory study on the use of multi-modal objects in an online information literacy course. This paper reports on the second phase of the project, which focused on students’ learning experience within five course modules employing different multi-modal media objects for instruction. Seven online surveys were conducted at the beginning of the course, immediately after each of the webcast discussion sessions accompanying each course module, and at the end of the course. The findings show significant relationships among computer skills, online teaching materials, use of communication tools, learning experience, and satisfaction with the course
Chen, Hsin-Liang and Williams, James Patrick, "Pedagogical Design for an Online Information Literacy Course: College Students' Learning Experience with Multi-modal Objects" (2009). Libraries' and Librarians' Publications. Paper 1.