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Library Instruction Design

Library Instruction Design
  • Author : Di Su
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-08-23
  • Total pages :168
  • ISBN : 9781780634074
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Summary : The design philosophies of Google and Apple represent different approaches to new product design. Google's model features bottom-up and data-driven decision-making processes, while Apple's model is to design and build products top-down. Library instruction program design may learn from these differing but complementary approaches. Inspired by Google’s and Apple’s success, Library Instruction Design details how library instruction program design may learn from the philosophy of product design in the business world. In designing library instruction, a Google-philosophy approach teaches what the user wants to know while an Apple-philosophy approach teaches what the librarian thinks the user needs to learn. These two design philosophies aim at different teaching objectives reflecting library and information science education in modern society. The book is divided into five sections, with opening sections covering library instruction, the philosophy of library instruction design and design philosophy from different angles. Later sections discuss applying Google’s model and applying Apple’s model. Offers a creative way to think about library instruction program design Suggests two design approaches grounded in two philosophies, represented by the design approaches of Google and Apple Details the differences and complementarities between top-down and bottom-up approaches to design

Librarians and Instructional Designers

Librarians and Instructional Designers
  • Author : Joe Eshleman,Richard Moniz,Karen Mann,Kristen Eshleman
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-07-29
  • Total pages :216
  • ISBN : 9780838914793
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Summary : With a firm foundation on best practices drawn from a variety of institutions, this book maps out a partnership between academic librarians and instructional designers that will lead to improved outcomes.

Creative Instructional Design

Creative Instructional Design
  • Author : Brandon West,Kimberly D. Hoffman,Michelle Costello
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017
  • Total pages :384
  • ISBN : 0838989292
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Summary : "With an explosion of accessible information online and students feeling more and more independent in their searching skills and information needs, libraries are shifting to user-centered models. With this shift comes a need for librarians to transform the focus of the library from a great repository of material into a service-centric, one-stop research and learning shop for patrons. These changes are requiring librarians to define the library by the services it can provide, especially innovative ones, such as publishing services, scholarly communications, and project management. Instructional design can help librarians craft and assess these new and innovative services, including teaching information literacy, developing online content, and designing programs and outreach initiatives in a targeted and mindful way. Creative Instructional Design: Practical Applications for Librarians explores the major overarching themes that show why instructional design is so impactful for academic librarians--intentionality, collaboration, and engagement--and provides you with extensive examples of how librarians are applying the theoretical perspectives of instructional design in practical ways. The book examines ways in which librarians are using instructional design principles to inform, construct, or evaluate information literacy initiatives; online library instruction and services; and programming and outreach efforts. Instructional design provides a way for instructors, trainers, and educators to both approach instruction creation systematically, and evaluate how it has been effective and how it can be improved. Regardless of the instructional format, from classes to workshops to videos to worksheets, instructional design strives to ensure that potential learning gains by students are maximized and that the instruction is evaluated for improvement in future iterations"--

Instructional Design for LIS Professionals: A Guide for Teaching Librarians and Information Science Professionals

Instructional Design for LIS Professionals: A Guide for Teaching Librarians and Information Science Professionals
  • Author : Melissa A. Wong
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019-05-31
  • Total pages :280
  • ISBN : 9781440867149
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Summary : A concise, practical guide to effective teaching with a focus on the professional education of graduate students and adults. • Faculty and librarians new to teaching will appreciate the concise, practical advice for designing courses for effective learning • All faculty will appreciate tips on authentic assignment design and effective feedback, engaging and supporting students, and managing their workload • The book has a unique focus on teaching graduate students and adults in the LIS field

The New Instruction Librarian

The New Instruction Librarian
  • Author : Candice Benjes-Small,Rebecca K. Miller
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-11-16
  • Total pages :256
  • ISBN : 9780838915134
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Summary : The sheer amount of resources on the subject of information literacy is staggering. Yet a comprehensive but concise roadmap specifically for librarians who are new to instruction, or who are charged with training someone who is, has remained elusive. Until now. This book cuts through the jargon and rhetoric to ease the transition into library instruction, offering support to all those involved, including library supervisors, colleagues, and trainees. Grounded in research on teaching and learning from numerous disciplines, not just library literature, this book shows how to set up new instruction librarians for success, with advice on completing an environmental scan, strategies for recruiting efficiently, and a training checklist; walks readers step by step through training a new hire or someone new to instruction, complete with hands-on activities and examples;explores the different roles an instruction librarian is usually expected to play, such as educator, project manager, instructional designer, and teaching partner;demonstrates the importance of performance evaluation and management, including assessment and continuing education, both formal and informal; andprovides guided reading lists for further in-depth study of a topic. A starter kit for librarians new to instruction, this resource will be useful for training coordinators as well as for self-training.

Designing Instruction for Library Users

Designing Instruction for Library Users
  • Author : Marilla Svinicki
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-11-25
  • Total pages :272
  • ISBN : 9781000103625
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Summary : This book discusses the principles of learning theory and instructional design, and provides the reader with the theoretical framework needed for design decision-making. It is helpful for the academic librarian who has responsibility for teaching students library skills.

Library Instruction for Students in Design Disciplines

Library Instruction for Students in Design Disciplines
  • Author : Jeanne M. Brown
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2002
  • Total pages :180
  • ISBN : UOM:39015060670620
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Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning

Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning
  • Author : Char Booth
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-02-22
  • Total pages :208
  • ISBN : 9780838992593
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Summary : Char Booth, an avid library education and technology advocate, introduces a series of concepts that will empower readers at any level of experience to become better designers and presenters, as well as building their confidence and satisfaction as library educators

Keeping the User in Mind

Keeping the User in Mind
  • Author : Valeda Dent Goodman
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009-03-24
  • Total pages :214
  • ISBN : 9781780630052
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Summary : Keeping the User in Mind provides a practical down-to-earth look at instructional design and its uses in the academic library. Focus is given to teaching and measuring information literacy skills, and chapters also review the history of the field, providing an overview of some relevant technological innovations that might be a part of any library’s instructional design mosaic. Fuelled by the need for asynchronous learning, the availability of the Web, and the need to evaluate learning outcomes, instructional design covers a wide range of approaches and models. How do libraries build environments that support learning, encourage the infusion of technology and be nimble enough to adjust to changing user needs? Instructional design is an area that may provide some insight. This book will provide a down-to-earth look at instructional design and its uses in the academic library, with a particular look at teaching and measuring information literacy skills. Chapters also review the history of the field, and provide an overview of some current relevant technological innovations that might be a part of any library’s instructional design mosaic. One of very few monographs focusing exclusively on instructional design in library environments Written by an author with international experience in libraries, instructional evaluation and information technology. Author also has experience designing virtual learning tools Written with practical application of instructional design principles in mind, including a sample instructional design process used to construct an actual information literacy tutorial for an academic library

Demystifying Online Instruction in Libraries

Demystifying Online Instruction in Libraries
  • Author : Dominique Turnbow,Amanda Roth
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-07-23
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 9780838919392
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Summary : The design of information literacy instruction and the building of it are two distinct skillsets and processes; yet all too often everything gets mashed together, creating needless confusion and stress. In this book Turnbow, an instructional designer, and Roth, an instructional technologist, suggest a better way to organize the work.

Instruction in Libraries and Information Centers

Instruction in Libraries and Information Centers
  • Author : Laura Saunders,Melissa Autumn Wong
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020
  • Total pages :389
  • ISBN : 1946011096
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Summary : "This open access textbook offers a comprehensive introduction to instruction in all types of library and information settings. Designed for students in library instruction courses, the text is also a resource for new and experienced professionals seeking best practices and selected resources to support their instructional practice. Organized around the backward design approach and written by LIS faculty members with expertise in teaching and learning, this book offers clear guidance on writing learning outcomes, designing assessments, and choosing and implementing instructional strategies, framed by clear and accessible explanations of learning theories. The text takes a critical approach to pedagogy and emphasizes inclusive and accessible instruction. Using a theory into practice approach that will move students from learning to praxis, each chapter includes practical examples, activities, and templates to aid readers in developing their own practice and materials."--Publisher's description.

User-Centered Design for First-Year Library Instruction Programs

User-Centered Design for First-Year Library Instruction Programs
  • Author : Cinthya M. Ippoliti,Rachel W. Gammons
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-11-28
  • Total pages :186
  • ISBN : 9781440838538
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Summary : Tap into the tools, techniques, and resources necessary for enhancing the freshman library experience by utilizing this how-to guide that applies an innovative approach to literacy and library instruction for college freshmen. • Offers tools, techniques, and resources for creating a successful first-year information literacy and library instruction program • Defines user-centered design • Includes actual activities and steps needed to develop a library instruction program • Covers in-class and one-time instruction as well as more extended learning • Provides a practical, how-to approach that is useful to four-year, two-year, and community colleges alike

Instructional Design Essentials

Instructional Design Essentials
  • Author : Sean Cordes
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-05-22
  • Total pages :148
  • ISBN : 9781538107249
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Summary : Whether you are teaching a single lesson, designing self-guided resources, or developing an entire information literacy course, Instructional Design Essentials: A Practical Guide for Librarians provides a practical blueprint to understanding the theory, concepts, tools, and strategies for analyzing learner needs; designing and implementing systematic instruction; and conducting assessment in face-to-face and online library learning environments. A one-stop guide for library teaching, Instructional Design Essentials provides real-life examples and documents, professional insight from teaching librarians and instructional designers, and templates and exercises designed to increase library instruction effectiveness for teaching librarians and staff at all experience levels.

Distributed Learning

Distributed Learning
  • Author : Tasha Maddison,Maha Kumaran
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-10-12
  • Total pages :472
  • ISBN : 9780081006092
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Summary : The field of distributed learning is constantly evolving. Online technology provides instructors with the flexibility to offer meaningful instruction to students who are at a distance or in some cases right on campus, but still unable to be physically present in the classroom. This dynamic environment challenges librarians to monitor, learn, adapt, collaborate, and use new technological advances in order to make the best use of techniques to engage students and improve learning outcomes and success rates. Distributed Learning provides evidence based information on a variety of issues, surrounding online teaching and learning from the perspective of librarians. Includes extensive literature search on distributed learning Provides pedagogy, developing content, and technology by librarians Shows the importance of collaboration and buy-in from all parties involved

Maximizing the One-Shot

Maximizing the One-Shot
  • Author : Jill Markgraf,Kate Hinnant,Eric Jennings,Hans Kishel
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-04-08
  • Total pages :188
  • ISBN : 9781442238671
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Summary : Designed for librarians who offer library instruction within the constraints of the hour-long one-shot, Maximizing the One-Shot: Connecting Library Instruction with the Curriculum proposes a method for redesigning one-shot instruction that is both realistic and integrated into the larger curriculum.

Designing Information Literacy Instruction

Designing Information Literacy Instruction
  • Author : Joan R. Kaplowitz
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-05-01
  • Total pages :220
  • ISBN : 9780810885851
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Summary : Designing Information Literacy Instruction: The Teaching Tripod Approach provides a working knowledge of how instructional design (ID) applies to information literacy instruction (ILI). Its "how to do it" approach is directed at instruction librarians in all library settings and deals with both face-to-face and online ID issues. No matter where an instruction librarian works, whom they are teaching, or what delivery mode they will be using, the ID process remains the same: Start with the user and the user's needs. Identify the instructional problem(s). Develop outcomes that address these problem(s). Use outcomes to drive both the learning activities included and the assessments used to measure the attainment of the success of the instructional endeavor. This book will help instruction librarians create instruction for all types of environments and in all modes of delivery. It includes exercises and worksheets to help the reader work through the instructional design process. Based on Kaplowitz’s innovative Teaching Tripod model, it will help instructional librarians clearly define the crucial links between outcomes, activities and assessment.

Changing the Scope of Library Instruction in the Digital Age

Changing the Scope of Library Instruction in the Digital Age
  • Author : Bhattacharyya, Swati,Patnaik, K Rama
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-01-05
  • Total pages :286
  • ISBN : 9781522528036
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Summary : The current digital age is impacting the contents and delivery of instructional service in many ways. Instructional sessions not only describe various features of a resource, but these sessions also bring issues like the ethical use of information, copyrights, and the value of open knowledge to light. Librarians are required to help users to learn use these tools. Changing the Scope of Library Instruction in the Digital Age provides emerging information on data visualization tools, creating effective instructions, and instructional design in library sciences. While highlighting the challenges of effectively training new and seasoned librarians in these various aspects of data technology and teaching methods, readers will learn the importance of giving librarians the tools they need to complete their new responsibilities. This book is an important resource for entry level and seasoned librarians, researchers, and instructional design specialists seeking current research on up to date library instruction in the modern technology age.

Creating and Sharing Online Library Instruction

Creating and Sharing Online Library Instruction
  • Author : Joelle Pitts,Sara K. Kearns,Heather Collins
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017
  • Total pages :142
  • ISBN : 0838915620
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Summary : Designed to be reused and shared, learning objects are digital content and assessments centered on student learning outcomes. The promise of sharing online instruction across libraries, campuses, or a consortium holds time-saving appeal.

Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning

Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning
  • Author : Zala Fashant,Linda Russell,Stewart Ross,Jake Jacobson,Karen LaPlant,Sheri Hutchinson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019-11-12
  • Total pages :352
  • ISBN : 9781642670073
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Summary : Designing courses to deliver effective teaching and significant learning is the best way to set students up for success, and this book guides readers through the process. The authors have worked with faculty world-wide, and share the stories of how faculty have transformed courses from theory to practice. They start with Dee Fink’s foundation of integrating course design. Then they provide additional design concepts to expand the course blueprint to implement plans for communication, accessibility, technology integration, as well as the assessment of course design as it fits into the assessment of programs and institutions, and how faculty can use what they learn to meet their professional goals.

Visual Approaches to Instructional Design, Development, and Deployment

Visual Approaches to Instructional Design, Development, and Deployment
  • Author : Hai-Jew, Shalin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2020-07-03
  • Total pages :228
  • ISBN : 9781799839477
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Summary : Educational practices have seen a wide array of technological advancements in recent years. As learning methods making the transition to online and virtual settings, instructors are required to develop teaching plans that conform to the new era of e-learning. Designing, developing, and deploying these new instructional plans remain a challenge for educators due to a lack of research and knowledge in graphic design techniques. Visual Approaches to Instructional Design, Development, and Deployment is a collection of innovative research on visual-forward approaches to instructional design and applications of visual planning methods in creating effective learning environments. This book focuses on the advancement of online learning techniques using visual design technologies. While highlighting topics including image curation, visual planning, and textual thinking, this book is ideal for instructional designers, researchers, practitioners, instructors, developers, administrators, graphic artists, academicians, and students seeking current research on advancements in instructional design through the use of visual thinking strategies.

Transforming Academic Library Instruction

Transforming Academic Library Instruction
  • Author : Amanda Nichols Hess
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-09-25
  • Total pages :218
  • ISBN : 9781538110546
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Summary : This book examines how academic librarians think about or approach instruction as a part of their work. Through explicating this metacognitive process, this book helps both academic librarians and librarians-to-be to more intentionally consider their teaching practices and professional identities.