Faced with large scale instruction demands, librarians are turning to technology to maximize staff resources and extend the impact of instruction. In this presentation, participants will learn how to translate classroom instructional content into learning objects in order to make learning available to multiple users on the go. The authors will engage the audience in a series of presentations, demonstrations, interactive tasks, and discussion in order to learn how to create effective learning objects.
This presentation was delivered at the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) 14th National Conference on March 14, 2009 in Seattle, WA.
Instructional Media Design | Library and Information Science
Arnold, Judith M. and Bielat, Veronica E., "Creating Instruction "To Go": Maximizing Resources, Maximizing Impact" (2009). Library Scholarly Publications. Paper 8.