Did you know, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, that in fall of 2014 there were over 5.7 million students enrolled in post-secondary distance education or online courses? In order to reach the rising number of students in online education (who may never visit the physical library), libraries must seek alternatives to traditional face-to-face instruction.
In this course, librarians and all staff who interact with students or patrons virtually, will learn important tools to help develop their own strategy to combat this rising issue. Emily Scharf and Judy Geczi of Webster University will explain how they built a series of online presentations for their institution to help teach online and distance education students important information literacy skills. Learn about the programs and techniques they used for developing a marketing strategy, selecting webinar topics, and more, to help create a plan for your institution.
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
This course is currently not scheduled.
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