Tuesday, 28 June 2016

#ARLG16: Teaching electronic resources to students with computer anxiety

I'm just back from a short trip to Birmingham where I had the chance to do a workshop at the ARLG conference on my theme of predilection: teaching electronic resources to students with computer anxiety.

If you want to have a look at my presentation, here it is:

For a more detailed version, you can have a look at my -quite similar- presentation from LILAC. The main difference here was that we actually tried out some of the activities I proposed.

The participants kindly went along with my activities and completed some worksheets about the main problems they face with computer anxious students. If you want to have a look at what they came up with, have a look over here.

Finally, I put together a very complete handout including most of what I said out loud as well as many of the materials I actually use with my students (so you can use them too!).
You can download it over here.

Hoping you'll find all of those documents useful!


  1. Thanks! I really like the idea of the chimera for searching! My problem was I could see bits of myself in all of them ...

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