Best Practices for Online Video Tutorials: A Study of Student Preferences and Understanding
Communications in Information Literacy
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In order to develop best practices for online video library tutorials, this research study used an interview-based research method to investigate usability, findability, and instructional effectiveness. The findings document student learner preferences and are the basis for guidelines for future tutorial development.
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Hinchliffe, L. J.
Best Practices for Online Video Tutorials: A Study of Student Preferences and Understanding.
Communications in Information Literacy, 4(1),