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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Tumbleson, Beth E., 1954-
Embedding librarianship in learning management systems : a how-to-do-it manual for librarians.
Chicago, Illinois : Neal-Schuman, ©2013
xv, 166 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Beth E Tumbleson; John Burke
|ISBN:||9781555708849 1555708846 9781555708863 1555708862 1555708625 9781555708627|
|Description:||1 online resource (184 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||1. An introduction to LMS embedded librarianship : LMS embedded librarianship ; A survey of LMS embedded librarians ; LMS embedded librarianship is the solution ; LMS embedded librarianship makes information literacy accessible --
2. The embedded librarian and the LMS : Why the LMS? ; LMS choices ; Common features and capabilities among the LMSs ; What information and resources could librarians share in the LMS? ; What could librarians communicate with LMS tools? ; Examples of embedded librarians in the LMS ; Questions to consider when implementing embedded librarianship in the LMS --
3. Creating a pilot program : Scope of a pilot program ; Planning a pilot program ; Becoming informed about programs and best practices ; Building skills with the LMS ; Selecting services to offer ; Identifying and recruiting faculty collaborators ; Implementing the pilot ; Assessing the results ; Modifying and improving --
4. Marketing LMS embedded librarianship : Why market? ; LMS embedded librarian survey ; Marketing: past and present ; Connecting with faculty ; Reaching students ; Marketing techniques --
5. Building the embedded librarian presence : Starting with a plan ; The ADDIE model ; Analysis ; Design ; Development ; Implementation ; Evaluation --
6. Online, face-to-face, and hybrid courses : Online learning courses ; Face-to-face courses ; Hybrid or blended courses ; Interactivity with students --
7. Assessing the impact of embedded librarians : The focus of your assessment ; Assessment methods ; Examples of assessing embedded librarian programs --
8. Extending your reach while coping with workload issues : Workload ; LMS embedded librarian survey ; Examining your progress ; Decisions: which campus constituencies? ; Workload implications ; Excuses: resistance or receptivity ; Making time: review, realign, and stop ; New directions --
9. Future developments in embedded librarianship : What is coming? ; What can the embedded librarian do? ; What should embedded librarianship become? --
Appendix : The embedded librarian survey.
|Responsibility:||Beth E. Tumbleson and John J. Burke.|
- Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculum.
- Academic librarians -- Professional relationships.
- Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher)
- Libraries and colleges -- United States -- Case studies.
- Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculum. Academic librarians -- Professional relationships. Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) Libraries and colleges -- United States.
- Academic libraries -- Relations with faculty and curriculum. Academic librarians -- Professional relationships. Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) Libraries and colleges -- United States -- Case studies.
- LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Library & Information Science -- General.