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Doctor of Education

Female |CHENNAI, India

Embedding Librarian and Library Components in Moodle Courses

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About the class

About the class

This webinar is hosted in English

Embedding Librarian and Library Components in Moodle Courses with Dr. Indira Koneru

Embedded librarianship enables a librarian connect with and guide the students through the information (re)search process. We can create and manage library-related discussion board threads; post relevant links to course-related resources, databases, e-books and information literacy tutorials. Using discussion boards, we can post content or upload files that explain the research process from topic selection through citing sources, sending announcements of research techniques to help students solve their current information problems (Burke, J. & Tumbleson, B., 2011).

In order to establish the needed presence in the Moodle courses, we need to add Librarian role to the existing list of roles and define the role to be played. Creating a librarian role in Moodle enables librarians not only provide ‘point of need’ services to learners but also manage, blocks, activities and files and start new discussions. Librarian can access the course forums and add a library discussion/Ask-the-Librarian forum and monitor the library-related discussions and other discussion boards. Embedding information researching tutorials within the course enables learners improve their research skills. Librarians can evaluate student’s information research skills, in collaboration with the faculty.

About the Host

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Doctor of Education
CHENNAI, India

Matthew Poole aka Cyrus Hush

Matthew Poole is the Director of Online Academics at American National University in Roanoke, Virginia. He is working on a PhD in Education with a concentration in web-based learning, and regularly leads tours in Second Life of interesting new ideas and builds that might be of scientific, cultural, historic or artistic interest to educators.

WOW or SL: Things to Think about When Choosing a Virtual World for Teaching

My presentation will be a tour of Expedition Central and a discussion of possible applications of Second Life and/or Open Sim environments in education with either a YouTube video or slide show comparing the educational values of Second Life and World of Warcraft (which is almost done). SLURL to come.

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