HyperDocs are an excellent, easy to create type of instruction module. All you need is a Google Drive account and a lesson plan! The Doc serves as a central landing point for students, giving them different tasks to complete on their own time and at their own pace. HyperDocs are extremely popular among K-12 teachers but can be easily tweaked to fit the needs of librarians and students/patrons in a variety of settings!
About the presenter:
Rachel Sanders is currently the First Year Instruction and Social Sciences Librarian at UNC Greensboro. Her professional interests include information literacy instruction, researching library anxiety among students, educational technologies, first-year experiences, and furthering professional networks among academic librarians.