Choose Your Own Research Adventure

Presentation at the 2014 Online Northwest. Corvallis, Oregon.


Creating online activities that are actually engaging can be a challenge — students with short attention spans often skim (or completely skip over) the content that librarian instructors painstakingly spend hours building. For those who have adopted the flipped classroom model, getting students to actively engage in the homework is a key component of the process, but can be difficult in real practice. In this presentation, you’ll learn the benefit of creating your own online Choose Your Own Adventure using Google Forms or Inklewriter. With as many different paths or endings as you can write, these interactive lessons can be embedded into course management systems or subject guides to support online learners, and can also be used for learning assessment.

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