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Title: Janet G Schnall, MS, AHIP


1
Finding Measurement Tools Any Time, Any Place
An Interdisciplinary, Self-Help Web Tutorial
  • Janet G Schnall, MS, AHIP
  • Angela Lee, MLS, MSW
  • Joanne Rich, MLIS

2
Objectives
  • Describe evolution of alternative model for
    developing web tutorials
  • Demonstrate new technologies used to design
    tutorials, i.e. Camtasia video,Try It
  • Share evaluation results of the tutorial

3
University of WashingtonHealth Sciences Libraries
  • Part of a large urban academic medical center
  • Serves 6 nationally ranked health sciences
  • schools
  • 20,000 primary clients (faculty, staff, students)

4
  • Education by HSL Liaisons 2003
  • 326 sessions
  • 6,280 participants
  • 90 in curriculum or point of use
  • 47 out of library

5
UW School of Nursing
  • Ranked 1 by U.S. News and World Report every
    year since survey began in 1984
  • 495 students, including 300 graduate students
  • 120 faculty plus 600 clinical faculty
  • Offers BSN, MN, MS and PhD degrees

6
Nursing Curriculum IntegrationSix Core Modules
  • Getting Started with Library Resources
    Literature Searching
  • Navigating the Web Using Search Tools and
    Evaluating Resources
  • Basic Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice
    Resources
  • Research to Practice Advanced Techniques for
    Finding Information for Clinical Practice
  • Managing the Literature with Current Email Alert
    Services and EndNote
  • Finding Measurement Tools

7
UW School of Social Work
  • Ranked 3 by U.S. News and World Report
  • 490 students, including 370 graduate students
  • 64 faculty plus 250 clinical faculty
  • Offers BASW, MSW, and PhD degrees

8
Social Work Curriculum IntegrationIn-Course
Instruction
  • Finding Social Work Practice Research
  • Finding Measurement Tools
  • Community Practice Introduction to the Census
  • Community Resources for Case Management
  • Legislative Advocacy
  • Grant Writing and Fund Development Resources

9
Why transform static to interactive tutorials?
  • Increased numbers of off-campus and distance
    students
  • Need for any time, any place virtual learning
    space
  • Emerging digital library
  • User demand web products, customization

10
Immediate Steps
  • Hired Educational Technology specialist
  • Created first two prototypes
  • EndNote
  • Rx Finding Drug Information
  • Developed latest model
  • Finding Measurement Tools

11
Evolution of Teaching Technologies
Interactivity
Camtasia videos Try-Its Question-Answer
Paths Pieces
Chunking information Multiple entry points
Sample Searches
Process
Screen shots Process-oriented
Web Outlines
Flat tutorial Resource-oriented
Content
Resources
PBL/EBM
12
Web Outlines Conventional Tutorial
  • List of Sources/Links
  • Static presentation
  • Resource-oriented
  • Library designed
  • Single entry point
  • Text-based

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Sample Searches
  • Screen shots
  • Process-oriented
  • Produced with Photoshop or Powerpoint
  • Permit on campus and remote access

14
Sample Searches
15
Paths Pieces
  • Chunking or piecemealing information
  • The process of separating information into brief
    sections in order to improve learner
    comprehension and retention.
  • Multiple entry or access points
  • The process of creating multiple paths into the
    tutorial.

16
Chunking Information
17
Multiple Entry Points
18
Interactivity
  • Multiple activities/samples
  • Interactive design
  • Case-based
  • Process-oriented
  • User focused
  • Multiple entry points
  • Technology-driven

Interactive tutorial
19
Design Principles
  • Static Interactive
  • Resource Process-oriented
  • Library designed User focused
  • Single entry Multiple entry points

20
Finding Measurement Tools Self-Help
Tutorialhttp//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/m
easurement/
21
Development Process Create Diagrams
  • Use process framework
  • Apply question analysis
  • Provide standard and alternate choices

22
Develop Case Examples
  • Use customers FAQs
  • Identify search steps
  • Connect steps to resources

23
Provide Interactivity
  • Camtasia videos
  • Try It windows
  • Customized tables
  • Clickable flowcharts
  • Q A

24
Apply Learning Style Principles
  • Perceptual Preference Modality learning styles
  • Auditory
  • learn by listening
  • prefer verbal instruction
  • Visual
  • learning by seeing
  • prefer reading
  • Tactile/Kinesthetic
  • learn by touching
  • prefer doing or clicking

25
How Learning Styles Work
  • Resource Example
  • Detailed Description
  • Search Tips
  • Sample Search video
  • Try It

26
Add-In Technology Videos
  • Selected Camtasia to record and produce videos
  • Why?
  • Easy and inexpensive technology
  • Supported both on-campus and remote users
  • Already produced videos for School of Nursing
    informatics modules

27
What is Camtasia?
  • Software that captures computer screen activity
    and sound
  • Produces videos to be streamed
  • Suite of 3 programs
  • Camtasia Player, Recorder, and Producer
  • Cost approx. 300

28
Sample Search Video
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Camtasia Videos Worked Well
  • Multi-purpose software use for teaching or
    presentations
  • Relatively inexpensive
  • Minimal equipment needed for production
  • Short learning curve
  • Fast and easy to produce
  • Can use free software (e.g. RealOne Player) to
    view results
  • Learners could use videos any time, any place

30
Add-In Activity Try It
  • Create interactive exercise where users can try
    out live search with guided instructions.
  • Two windows open up
  • Left window direct link to database
  • Right window detailed search instructions

31
Try It
32
Evaluations
  • Feedback survey in tutorial
  • Preliminary pre and post-test evaluation study
  • Evaluation of streaming videos

33
Survey ResultsMost Useful Part of Tutorial
34
Most Helpful Instructional Technique
35
Better Equipped to Answer Instrument Questions
36
Preliminary pre and post test evaluation
  • Students show an improvement in searching for
    instruments from results of a preliminary pre-
    and post- test evaluation study conducted in
    Summer 2003.

37
Streaming Video Evaluation Results
  • Good acceptance of video
  • Number 1 choice
  • Other formats would also be acceptable
  • Viewed more than once

38
http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/pubme
d/



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http//healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/camtasia
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Camtasia Recording Room
41
Future Plans
  • Add streaming video clips to additional web Help
    pages and tutorials
  • Conduct formal evaluation of the Finding
    Measurement Tools tutorial
  • Explore other designs and technologies for
    presenting information to users

42
Lessons Learned
  • Develop a plan interactive tutorials take time
    to create, produce, update
  • Design tutorials with users in mind
  • Highlight the process rather than just the
    resources
  • Make your site fun and easy to use
  • Let your users drive
  • the tutorial
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