When is Multimedia Not the Answer? When faculty expertise and instructional design fundamentals unite

Poster
Authors:Ramsey, Ellen, Claude Moore Health Sciences LibraryUniversity of Virginia ORCID icon orcid.org/0000-0003-4520-4923Looney, Ryan, Claude Moore Health Sciences LibraryUniversity of Virginia
Abstract:

Librarians have expertise in reference, research, and faculty support, but not necessarily in instructional design, writing for the Web, or multimedia development. Are multimedia tutorials the solution to frequently asked questions about library resources? Not necessarily, especially when library faculty expertise can converge with instructional and Web design fundamentals for timely, targeted, cost-effective virtual answers.

Keywords:
instructional design, library, multimedia, learning
Rights:
All rights reserved (no additional license for public reuse)
Language:
English
Source Citation:

Ramsey, Ellen, and Ryan Looney. "When is Multimedia Not the Answer? When faculty expertise and instructional design fundamentals unite." EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, Orlando, FL. 2005.

Publisher:
University of Virginia
Published Date:
October 2005