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Measuring the Effectiveness of Online Tutorials: A Pragmatic Approach

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Presented by Curt Friehs and Cindy Craig at the 15th Annual Reference Research Forum, ALA Annual, Chicago, July 12, 2009.

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Measuring the Effectiveness of Online Tutorials: A Pragmatic Approach

  1. 1. Measuring the Effectiveness of Online Tutorials: A Pragmatic Approach Curt G. Friehs Business Librarian Kansas City, Kansas Public Library Cindy L. Craig Assistant Professor and Social Sciences Librarian Wichita State University
  2. 2. A Bear with a Bad Idea
  3. 3. Occasionally People Get Bad Ideas Too…
  4. 4. That Includes Librarians s “Interactivity is the online hallmark of active learning.” ~Nancy Dewald s Technology is naturally intuitive to college students and young adults. s Tutorials are too hard to make and “I’m too old.” s Why can’t we just use the vendor tutorials? s “I’ll just put my handouts online. It’s the same thing as an online tutorial.” s “Online tutorials are going to make my job obsolete.”
  5. 5. Our Conclusions s Online tutorials can supplement (but not completely replace) live library instruction unless you’re this guy....
  6. 6. Replacement Librarian and Library Fine Negotiator “iBender”
  7. 7. Our Conclusions, Continued s Students learn more from video tutorials than from HTML tutorials. s Interactivity is not necessary for learning (and may hinder it).
  8. 8. Research: Part I s Surveyed 140 finance students after watching Value Line Online tutorial. s Tutorial left students wanting to know even more. s But more research was needed. Would students outside of a brutally difficult finance class have different learning needs?
  9. 9. HTML vs. Streaming Media Tutorials Streaming Media Principle HTML Tutorial Tutorial Modality Uses visual only Visual & verbal used Effect Dual Coding Not used Yes (visual & verbal) Theory (visual only) Navigation allows for Navigation is linear Constructivism choice (interactivity) (minimal interactivity) Nadaleen Tempelman-Kluit. (2006). Multimedia Learning Theories…
  10. 10. Creating the Tutorials HTML Tutorial Video Tutorial
  11. 11. Survey Results Interactive n=53 Video n=54 s Confidence BEFORE tutorial - Interactive: 64% - Video: 47% s Confidence AFTER tutorial - Interactive: 89% - Video: 91% Video tutorial students reported greater confidence boost after viewing.
  12. 12. Quiz Results: Correct Answers Interactive n=53 Video n=54 s Question 1 - Interactive: 29 (55%) - Video: 42 (78%) s Question 2 - Interactive: 39 (74%) - Video: 51 (94%) s Question 3 - Interactive: 20 (38%) - Video: 26 (48%)
  13. 13. Quiz Results: Correct Answers Interactive n=53 Video n=54 s Question 4 - Interactive: 29 (55%) - Video: 38 (70%) s Question 5 - Interactive: 35 (66%) - Video: 47 (87%) Video tutorial students scored higher on every quiz question.
  14. 14. Special Thanks s Laura Baas s Jennifer McCoy s Peggy Ward s John Sweller s South Central Kansas Library System s North East Kansas Library System Curt Friehs Cindy Craig cfriehs@kckpl.lib.ks.us cindy.craig@wichita.edu

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