The Library at the University of Dayton had incredible virtual programming success during the 2020-2021 academic year with trendy information literacy topics and interactive content related to history, archives, special collections, art, and even a library tour. Most of the 8 LibWizard programs this academic year, were available to students for 30 days or less, had over 7221 total participants. Student feedback showed positive engagement with the module-based learning compared to other programs available. One student even said, "I LOVE the format of the library modules, so user-friendly and easy to follow!" This presentation will look at ideas and best practices for using LibWizard Tutorials for co-curricular learning modules incorporating our experiences and student feedback.
Kayla Harris - is a Librarian / Archivist and Associate Professor. She manages the archival collections for the Marian Library, a special collection within the University Libraries dedicated to
the Virgin Mary. In addition to arranging and describing the materials, she uses the collections to introduce students to primary source research through curricular and co-curricular learning.
Katy Kelly - is the Coordinator of Marketing and Engagement / Associate Professor. She promotes library services and resources by planning, developing, and assessing programs, activities, and publications for the university community. She manages Roesch Library's Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook accounts and chairs the Libraries Marketing and Outreach Team. She
also provides reference support and participates in library instruction.
Roesch Library, University of Dayton
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