More Than a Scavenger Hunt: Using iPads and QR Codes to Find Sources in a One-Shot Library Instruction Session
LOEX of the West Conference
Information Literacy | Library and Information Science
iPads are fun but they can also be a great tool for one-shot library instruction sessions. In conjunction with QR codes, a structured activity with these devices will get students out of the computer lab, working in groups to find the differences between scholarly and popular articles, primary v. secondary sources, and to use WorldCat Local to find their own sources. Attend the session to find out how the activity is set up and whether or not is possible to have such an elaborate session within the limits of a 50-minute one-shot.
Ngoc-Yen Tran. "More Than a Scavenger Hunt: Using iPads and QR Codes to Find Sources in a One-Shot Library Instruction Session" LOEX of the West Conference (2012).
Presented at the 2012 LOEX of the West Conference at Woodbury University in Burbank, CA.