InfoSkills: A holistic approach to on-line user education

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Authors: Matthews, M. and Rutter, L.

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Journal: The Electronic Library

Volume: 20

Pages: 29-34

ISSN: 0264-0473

DOI: 10.1108/02640470210418245

Creating successful learning environments depends on many factors. When developing “InfoSkills”, Bournemouth University’s Web-based library tutorial, the aim was to create not only a generic, pedagogically sound product based on the post-induction needs of our students, but one which also provided an added-value package to link with, and work alongside, established practices and products. Consolidating the information skills learning experience and bringing into a more flexible environment worked to the students’ and our own advantage. We now have a product that successfully underpins the library’s and university’s learning and teaching aims, but one which can easily be extended and modified for usage for similar institutions.

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Authors: Rutter, L. and Matthews, M.

Journal: The Electronic Library

Volume: 20

Pages: 29-34

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Authors: Rutter, L. and Matthews, M.

Journal: Electronic Library

Volume: 20

Issue: 1

Pages: 29-34

ISSN: 0264-0473

DOI: 10.1108/02640470210418245

Creating successful learning environments depends on many factors. When developing "InfoSkills", Bournemouth University's Web-based library tutorial, the aim was to create not only a generic, pedagogically sound product based on the post-induction needs of our students, but one which also provided an added-value package to link with, and work alongside, established practices and products. Consolidating the information skills learning experience and bringing into a more flexible environment worked to the students' and our own advantage. We now have a product that successfully underpins the library's and university's learning and teaching aims, but one which can easily be extended and modified for usage for similar institutions.

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Authors: Rutter, L. and Matthews, M.

Journal: ELECTRONIC LIBRARY

Volume: 20

Issue: 1

Pages: 29-34

ISSN: 0264-0473

DOI: 10.1108/02640470210418245

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