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Thursday, June 7 • 15:45 - 16:30
I3 - Turning interviews into action: Information literacy needs in online courses

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This presentation will examine an interview-based approach for conducting quality assurance investigation into library instruction and services for online courses. The pros and cons of interview-based quality assurance will be discussed, as well as the outcomes and service improvements that are being developed based on the results of the project.

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TRANSFORMER DES ENTREVUES EN ACTION: LES BESOINS EN MAÎTRISE DE L’INFORMATION DANS DES COURS EN LIGNE

Cette présentation examinera une approche fondée sur des entrevues pour mener une enquête d’assurance de la qualité sur la formation documentaire et les services de bibliothèque pour des cours en ligne. On discutera des avantages et des inconvénients de l’assurance de la qualité fondée sur les entrevues, ainsi que des résultats et des améliorations des services qui sont en cours d’élaboration en fonction des résultats du projet.

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Kim Frail

Public Services Librarian, University of Alberta Libraries
Kim Frail has worked as a Public Services Librarian in a variety of roles at the University of Alberta Libraries (UAL) since 2001. She is currently co-chair of the UAL Teaching and Learning Committee. Her interests are integrating library services into online environments, histor... Read More →
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Sheila Laroque

Academic Librarian Resident, University of Alberta Libraries
Sheila Laroque is originally from Saskatoon, Treaty 6 territory. She completed her BA from the University of Saskatchewan, and completed an MI from University of Toronto's iSchool. She is happy to be back in Treaty 6 territory; and is passionate about making library services and... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 15:45 - 16:30
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