Sidecar Learning: a new e-learning platform for librarians

Yvonne Mery

Abstract


This article describes how two librarians at the University of Arizona created a new e-learning tool, Sidecar Learning, and implemented tutorials aimed at health sciences students and researchers. Librarians at the University of Arizona have used these interactive tutorials to reach thousands of students. Sidecar Learning was created to provide librarians with a scalable means of teaching thousands of students how to use complicated library databases.

Virtual Projects are published on an annual basis in the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) following an annual call for virtual projects in MLAConnect and announcements to encourage submissions from all types of libraries. An advisory committee of recognized technology experts selects project entries based on their currency, innovation, and contribution to health sciences librarianship.


Keywords


Online Learning; E-Learning; Tutorials; Sidecar Learning; Interactive Guides; JMLA Virtual Projects

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2020.1048

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