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Sarah Parramore, California State University, Fullerton
This is a case study of an online tutorial that aims to address one of the ACRL Frameworks: Authority is Constructed and Contextual. The tutorial employs a number of interactive features designed to engage the learner and requires the learner to utilize a database in order to correctly answer an assessment question.
About the Presenter:
Sarah Parramore is the Instruction Coordinator and Education Librarian at California State University, Fullerton. Her research focuses on active learning for distance learners, particularly in the one-shot information literacy model. Her future aims are to weave in the popular interest concepts of true crime and crafting with information literacy.