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Beyond the Walls of Your Library: How to Find Books and More, was created by the Western New York Library Resources Council, Storyboard Team. The team received grant funding through the Western New York Library Resources Council. The objective was to create a tutorial that would serve various types of libraries across Western...
Beyond the Walls of Your Library: How to Find Books and More, was created by the Western New York Library Resources Council, Storyboard Team. The team received grant funding through the Western New York Library Resources Council. The objective was to create a tutorial that would serve various types of libraries across Western New York, helping them to explore different methods of instruction and to reach out to users in exciting new ways. The objective of the tutorial is to teach Western New York library users to locate and obtain materials beyond their local libraries. The services described include: WNYLibraries (previously referred to as the Western New York Virtual Union Catalog), WorldCat, Infopass, and InterLibrary Loan. Although these services vary in use across libraries in Western New York, the concept of libraries sharing materials is a central theme for all libraries; therefore the tutorial was designed to be adaptable to meet the needs of individual libraries. The tutorial depicts the story of a library user who is going through the process of locating information. In order to engage the user in the story, the tutorial includes audio, video, and gaming or assessment components, ultimately moving away from tutorials that are highly textual.