The Survey of Best Practices in Developing Online Information Literacy Tutorial Jul-25-2013 | PrimaryResearch.com

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Primary Research Group has published The Survey of Best Practices in Developing Online Information Literacy Tutorials, ISBN 978-1-57440-247-6.

The study looks closely at how academic libraries are developing and deploying online information literacy tutorials exploring issues such as spending, budgets, staffing, range and qualifications of staff used for tutorial development, software use, time frame for tutorial development, conceptions of what constitutes a quality tutorial, assessment of library efforts, marketing to students and faculty, cooperation with other institutions, frequency of tutorial revision, measurement of student outcomes, and other issues in the development and use of online information literacy tutorials.

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