عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the most recent developments in the educational system is use of information literacy online tutorials.Purpose of this paper is to systematic review of articles in the field of Information Literacy online Tutorials, provide content analysis of this field and its effectiveness in education.After searching the databases with related keywords and based on input criteria,24 articles were selected.The selected articles were analyzed in terms of year,country, purpose of study, evaluation method,sample,educational content and the conclusions. The results indicate the effectiveness of online tutorials on increasing the level of learning of students' information literacy skills. The comparison of the effectiveness of both online tutorials and Face-to-Face Formats in different studies yielded different results. The results of some studies suggest that Face-to-Face Formats, and some results suggest online tutorials are more effective.The results of some studies also showed that there was no significant difference between online tutorial and Face-to-Face.Students have a positive reaction to interactivity, active learning, instant feedback, self-directed, short,different media, easy to use, step-by-step training, content association with assignments, good navigation,unlimited time and space for use.Further studies utilizing appropriate methodologies would enrich our evidence base, and contribute to the growth of knowledge about effectiveness of Information Literacy online Tutorials.
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