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Use of Multi-Modal Media and Tools in an Online Information Literacy Course: College Students' Attitudes and Perceptions
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Journal of Academic Librarianship Volume 35, Number 1, ISSN 0099-1333

Abstract

This project studies the use of multi-modal media objects in an online information literacy class. One hundred sixty-two undergraduate students answered seven surveys. Significant relationships are found among computer skills, teaching materials, communication tools and learning experience. Multi-modal media objects and communication tools are needed to strengthen course interactions and student engagement. (Contains 5 figures and 5 tables.)

Citation

Chen, H.L. & Williams, J.P. (2009). Use of Multi-Modal Media and Tools in an Online Information Literacy Course: College Students' Attitudes and Perceptions. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(1), 14-24. Retrieved January 25, 2020 from .

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