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Magic Lanterns, Digital Preservation, And Oer, Stacey Knight-Davis, Tom Grissom Jul 2018

Magic Lanterns, Digital Preservation, And Oer, Stacey Knight-Davis, Tom Grissom

Stacey Knight-Davis

It’s Friday, July 31st, 2018 and welcome to Episode 214 of TechTalk4Teachers, I’m Tom Grissom and I'm Stacey Knight-Davis. Welcome to TechTalk4Teachers the show about teaching and learning with technology.

In this episode Stacey and I talk about the changing world of digital technologies and some considerations for preserving the massive amounts of digital content being produced everyday. From magic lanterns to modern cloud-based computing we have come a long way, but in terms of longevity the magic lantern may end up the winner.


Making The Most Of Libguides, Terri Holtze Sep 2016

Making The Most Of Libguides, Terri Holtze

Terri Holtze

Take a tour of the nitty gritty, behind-the scenes details of customizing LibGuides. Learn from our University Libraries move from a campus-supported content management system to LibGuides CMS. This session will include information about planning strategies, information architecture, as well as some of the coding techniques that allowed us to tailor the out-of-the-box product to our brand.


A Collaboration Between Digital And Reference: Solutions For Copyright Clearance And Outreach, Heather Leary Mar 2012

A Collaboration Between Digital And Reference: Solutions For Copyright Clearance And Outreach, Heather Leary

Heather Leary, Ph.D.

Two of the biggest challenges institutional repositories face are outreach and copyright clearance. In this webinar, Heather Leary, previously Scholarly Communications and IR Librarian at Utah State University, explores the use of subject librarians for copyright clearance and outreach and discusses the workflow used at Utah State University's Digital Commons repository. The webinar addresses benefits for the repository and subject librarians, the value and sustainability of such a program, and how further relationships can be built between departments. During her tenure managing the repository at Utah State University, Heather Leary helped launch over 70 SelectedWorks pages, organized an IR ...


Connecting People With Online Resources: The Instructional Architect (Pbl), Mimi Recker, Andrew Walker, Heather Leary, Linda Sellers, Lei Ye, M. Brooke Robertshaw Dec 2011

Connecting People With Online Resources: The Instructional Architect (Pbl), Mimi Recker, Andrew Walker, Heather Leary, Linda Sellers, Lei Ye, M. Brooke Robertshaw

Linda Sellers

The National Science Foundation (nsf.gov) has funded a large initiative to catalog collections of high-quality online resources into the National Science Digital Library (nsdl.org). The mission of the NSDL is to help improve education for all teachers and students. The purpose of this module is to help you find high-quality online resources, learn strategies for incorporating them into a free software tool called the Instructional Architect, and use these projects in an instructional situation. In this module, you will learn to access online resources and to use tools to help solve instructional or learning problems or issues that ...


Expert Versus Novice Tutors: Impacts On Student Outcomes In Problem Based Learning, Heather Leary, Andrew Walker, Brett E. Shelton, M. Harrison Fitt Oct 2009

Expert Versus Novice Tutors: Impacts On Student Outcomes In Problem Based Learning, Heather Leary, Andrew Walker, Brett E. Shelton, M. Harrison Fitt

Heather Leary, Ph.D.

Problem based learning (PBL) is well known for the large amount of literature in Medical Education (Savery & Duffy, 1995). An essential part of PBL is the role of the tutor. With inconsistencies in the definition of an effective tutor, a systematic review of the literature in all disciplines is necessary. Meta-analysis (Cooper & Hedges, 1994) was used to investigate both content expertise and facilitator training of PBL tutors as moderators of student learning outcomes.


Information Literacy: Finding And Using Information, January 2009, Heather Leary, Anne R. Diekema, Wendy Holliday Mar 2009

Information Literacy: Finding And Using Information, January 2009, Heather Leary, Anne R. Diekema, Wendy Holliday

Heather Leary, Ph.D.

This course is for learning information literacy skills, especially those related to using an academic library and the Internet for college-level research. The course uses a modified problem-based learning approach to give you an authentic and hands-on experience with the subject matter. The purpose of this course is to help you learn about information, the tools that can be used to find, evaluate, and share it, and to practice the skills you have learned.

It is designed for students and teachers in higher education, but can be modified easily for other learners. The course assumes basic Internet capabilities (browser navigation ...