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Teaching on the Edge

Teaching on the Edge

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  1. Teaching on the Edge EdX Edge as a platform for library instruction

  2. The course: Bio 1B • 1800 students per year • Lower and upper division • Biology majors and non-majors • General unfamiliarity with library research

  3. The assignment: Outcomes • Developing search terms and strategies • Refining results • Accessing full text • Citation: when and how

  4. The assignment: Background • Paper questionnaire developed in 2006 • Video tutorials added in 2009 • Migrated to online platform in Summer 2013

  5. The platform: EdX Edge • EdX’s low-visibility platform • Not for MOOCs: students must have URL • EdX and edX Edge logins are separate

  6. EdX Edge features • Problem types beyond multiple choice: short free text answer, open response • Embed video, HTML and JavaScript • Robust autograding capabilities • Scalable

  7. Edx Edge advantages • Real-time assessment • Contextual help • Multiple attempts • Grading consistency and flexibility

  8. EdX Edge challenges • Reduces face-to-face interactions • Instructional design must be rethought • No collateral GSI education effect • Coding may be required (Python/RegEx)

  9. Assignment question:

  10. Python/RegEx scripting:

  11. Student comments • “Painful and unnecessary” • “Useful and important” • “All Berkeley students should take this assignment”

  12. Lessons learned • Give yourself lead time • Assemble a support team • Re-examine instructional design • Test and assess • Revise and repeat

  13. Thanks for their help & support: Koshland Bioscience Library, UC Berkeley: Susan Koskinen, Samantha Teplitzky, Grace Abiko EdX: Olga Stroilova, Vik Paruchuri, Greg Bruhns Stanford University: Jane Manning

  14. Questions and comments: Elliott Smith Emerging Technologies Librarian Marian Koshland Bioscience & Natural Resources Library University of California Berkeley esmith@library.berkeley.edu