It's All in What You Ask: Techniques for Enhancing Reflection and Learning in an Online Course
Diaz, Karen R.; O'Hanlon, Nancy (2010-04)
This LOEX 2010 conference presentation describes several techniques for encouraging metacognition and improving student learning, discusses how the authors used these techniques in an online course to enhance understanding ...
Teaching Every Student: Strategies for Reaching a Diverse Audience Online
O'Hanlon, Nancy (2008-03-17)
Presented at the 2008 Librarians' Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC), John Moores University, Liverpool, England.
Adapting Online Instruction for a Learning Disabled Audience
O'Hanlon, Nancy (2005-05-13)
Almost 10% of students in your research skills classes may have learning disabilities. Discover Universal Design for Learning, a framework for designing instruction that is accessible to every student, and specific strategies ...
Overview of Google Specialized Search Tools
O'Hanlon, Nancy (2006-02-22)
This guide compares and contrasts two specialized search tools, Google Scholar and Google Book Search. Database contents, search capabilities, results display, and access issues are considered.
A Game-Based Multimedia Approach to Library Orientation
O'Hanlon, Nancy; Diaz, Karen R.; Roecker, Fred (2007-05-31)
The Ohio State University Libraries Instruction Office, in collaboration with the Office of First Year Experience, created an innovative series of casual, interactive online games (matching, puzzles, crossword, multiple ...
Online Searching Skills: Development of an Inventory to Assess Self-Efficacy
Monoi, Shinichi; O'Hanlon, Nancy; Diaz, Karen R. (2005-03)
An instrument measuring online searching self-efficacy beliefs was developed. Several hypotheses related to self-efficacy and performance on assignments were tested. Students' efficacy beliefs rose significantly after ...
The Right Stuff: Research Strategies for the Internet Age
O'Hanlon, Nancy (2005-05-24)
This essay describes specific searching and evaluation techniques that will help college students to do research effectively.