ACRL's online courses and webcasts and designed to meet the demands of your schedule and budget. ACRL e-Learning courses are multi-week, online courses delivered through the Moodle platform. Course activities are primarily asynchronous and require approximately three to five hours a week.
On the Road to Information Literacy Success: Putting Students in the 'Drivers' Seat (April 22-May 10, 2013)
This course will demonstrate how to use ACRL IL Standards, learning outcomes, assessment strategies, and different teaching styles to support students in defining their own journey to success. This course is relevant to instruction librarians because it presents a variety of engaging and interactive activities as well as opportunities to experience and create active learning strategies for IL teaching.
Planning, Assessing, and Communicating Library Impact: Putting the Standards for Libraries in Higher Education into Action (June 3-28, 2013)
The new ACRL Standards for Libraries in Higher Education provide a strong framework for demonstrating the impact and value of all types of academic libraries. In this hands-on course, individuals or teams will learn to use the standards to prepare for accreditation, demonstrate value of their library to student learning and success and institutional initiatives, and improve quality in all library programs, departments and service areas. Learn and apply strategies and techniques for assessing the standards, and have the opportunity to create outcomes, assessments, and plans for integrating the Standards for immediate action as well as long-term planning and assessment efforts.
Creating Accessible Video Tutorials (October 14-November 1, 2013)
Learn about the types of accessibility needed for video tutorials, as well as why accessible videos can benefit everyone. While other seminars and classes have covered creating tutorials, accessibility is usually either not covered or not covered in detail. Providing accessible tutorials benefits not only individuals with disabilities, but also ESL learners and mobile users.