Online Instruction

  • Library DIY: lets students answer their own library research questions using an online decision tree.Winner of the 2014 Association of College and Research Libraries Instruction Section Innovation Award. Replicated by many other libraries and higher education instutions.
  • Description of Library DIY project I am working on as part of the instructional design team at Portland State University’s library.
  • Choosing a Good Topic Library DIY content box. This is an example of content I created to include in the Library DIY project above.
  • Online recording of synchronous online instruction session for Graduate-level course at Portland State University on conducting literature reviews.
  • Static online research guide to starting a literature review. Created for Portland State University with Springshare’s LibGuides content management tool.
  • Video of in-person instruction provided for graduate-level class at Portland State University.
  • One minute paper assessment created with Google Forms to help me assess my instruction sessions.
  • Library research tutorial part 1 and part 2 created for returning adult students at St. Joseph’s University.
  • Online recording of synchronous online session for graduate-level instructional technology class at St. Joseph’s University.
  • On-the-fly screencast created for faculty member on creating research alerts for new articles in the Academic Search Premier database.
  • Database searching exercise handouts created for library instruction classes at St. Joseph’s University.
  • Slides with learning outcomes for in-person library research workshop for sophomore-level class at Portland State University.
  • Description of library instruction component and learning outcomes for first year students at St. Joseph’s University. Written for faculty to help describe and market our library instruction program.