Presenter Information

James Nichols, SUNY Oswego

Start Date

18-4-2008 11:15 AM

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At SUNY Oswego we have come to view the classroom as one learning environment, and the library as another. Both environments have moved online in substantial ways, giving us opportunities to remove the barriers between the two environments. Since 2000 we have taken a number of steps to enhance the library presence in the SUNY Learning Network, and most of these enhancements have migrated into our implementation of the ANGEL Learning Management System. Now with the availability of a digital learning object repository, we have the opportunity to fully support instructors in their efforts to infuse advanced-level information literacy through all the major programs. This poster session will report on our progress in the planning and organization of our Information Literacy Learning Object Repository, and demonstrate the use of shared learning objects in courses.

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Apr 18th, 11:15 AM

Learning Information Literacy for Everyone: Populating the Learning Object Repository

At SUNY Oswego we have come to view the classroom as one learning environment, and the library as another. Both environments have moved online in substantial ways, giving us opportunities to remove the barriers between the two environments. Since 2000 we have taken a number of steps to enhance the library presence in the SUNY Learning Network, and most of these enhancements have migrated into our implementation of the ANGEL Learning Management System. Now with the availability of a digital learning object repository, we have the opportunity to fully support instructors in their efforts to infuse advanced-level information literacy through all the major programs. This poster session will report on our progress in the planning and organization of our Information Literacy Learning Object Repository, and demonstrate the use of shared learning objects in courses.