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Rich McCue is an Educational Technologist and Systems Administrator at the University of Victoria Libraries. He is a survivor of the 2001 dot com, and has spoken at many higher education technology conferences over the years. His research interests include, blended learning, video enhanced feedback and assessment, open source software, knowledge management tools, learning analytics, open access & gamification.

Rich McCue, BComm
University of Victoria Libraries
http://library.uvic.ca
http://richmccue.com

Does a Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom Pedagogy Help Information Literacy Students in the Long Term Adoption of Research Skills?

Rich McCue discusses and documents how Research of Information Literacy and Blended Learning (BL) is in an early stage with the current body of knowledge consisting of case studies and small action based research projects. BL offers the promise of higher scores on summative assessments and lower requirements for physical space and instructor time if implemented using best practices. Some BL best practices include a significant investment of time and effort in course redesign, and close collaboration between library and faculty instructors during the redesign.

Subjects: Features, Technology Trends
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