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Title: An analysis of YouTube videos for teaching information literacy skills
Authors: Majid, Shaheen
Khine, Win Kay Kay
Oo, Ma Zar Chi
Lwin, Zin Mar
Issue Date: 2012
Source: Majid, S., Khine, W. K. K., Oo, M. Z. C., & Lwin, Z. M. (2012). An Analysis of YouTube Videos for Teaching Information Literacy Skills. Advanced Information Technology in Education, 126, 143-151.
Series/Report no.: Advanced information technology in education
Abstract: Traditionally librarians and educators have been using a variety of methods such as lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and hand-on sessions for imparting information literacy skills. An exciting addition to such initiatives is the availability of Web 2.0 applications. Among the Web 2.0 tools, YouTube is quickly becoming a new way of teaching information literacy skills in a more interesting and engaging manner. The purpose of this study was to analyze information literacy videos on YouTube using the Big6 information literacy model. This paper also makes certain suggestions for using YouTube for imparting information literacy skills effectively.
Rights: © 2012 Springer-Verlag GmbH Berlin Heidelberg.
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