For the past year, CCCC has been growing its embedded online learning program by creating an integrated series of online interactive learning modules to embed into the Blackboard courses of both seated and distance classes. These modules allow students to actively engage with information literacy concepts from anywhere they have an internet connection. These modules were created using H5P, a free open-source content authoring tool which allows users to create interactive content on literally any topic. This presentation will introduce and explain CCCC's strategies for content creation, scaffolding, and assessment.
About the presenters:
Samantha: Samantha O'Connor recieved her MLIS from Dominican University. She has been working as the Public Services Librarian at CCCC since 2013. She has previously worked in a variety of public librarians and as teh librarian form the American Institute for Economic Research in Great Barrington, MA. Her professional background includes work with reference, archives, and instruction.
Nora: is the Online Learning and Electronic Services librarian at Central Carolina Community College, and previously worked as an adjunct library faculty instructor and access services specialist at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA. She has a passion for digital instruction and reference, emerging library technology, understanding and optimizing the user experience, and all things accessibility. She is the co-founder and current Vice-Chair of the North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) Distance Learning Section.