The Modules can be accessed in a variety of ways, depending on the needs of your institution. See below for LTI integration ideas and suggestions, as well as information on presenting multimedia to students through Credo's platform or public facing websites like LibGuides.
There are several methods for sharing Modules multimedia with students:
Support One-Shot Library Instruction
Want to increase the impact of your one-shot session? Pick one or two multimedia to engage your students during your face-to-face time. Would you like to try the flipped classroom? Provide relevant multimedia before your one-shot session and use your in-person time for hands-on practice, discussion, activities.
Do you have a group of freshmen to advise? Distribute relevant multimedia throughout the year to keep them practicing their information literacy skills.
Support Embedded Librarian/Faculty Requests
Do you give presentations to classes outside of typical first year one-shot instruction? Use the module’s multimedia to provide instruction and assessment during the session or before/afterwards for the flipped classroom approach. Consider asking the faculty member to give credit or extra credit for the assessment components.
Do you have faculty members teaching online courses who could benefit from adding videos, tutorials, and assessments to their course? Incorporate the multimedia into their online classroom or course libguide or provide the faculty with the URLs for the materials you select.
Are you embedded in a course or work closely with an instructor? Collaborate with faculty at different levels of undergraduate education to include relevant multimedia with their courses. Supplement with visits from you or your instruction team as your staff allows.
Support Point of Need Instruction
Do your students rely on your website for research help when the library is closed? Place multimedia on your LibGuides or Library website as a resource for students as they are using your site. The multimedia can be used anywhere you want to reach out to students.
Do your students need extra practice after receiving one-on-one help from your librarians? Refer students to the modules to go deeper on concepts that are difficult to teach in the moment, or as an additional resource for reinforcement or newly discovered skills.