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Instructional design for librarians and information professionals

Author: Lesley S J Farmer
Publisher: New York : Neal-Schuman Publishers, ©2011.
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This guide melds instructional theories and best practices with an emphasis on how technology is used in teaching. It covers every aspect of systematic instructional design. By taking a broad, multifaceted approach, rather than concentrating on one model or system, it enables librarians and other information professionals to compare and contrast instructional design, so that they can make the best choices in a  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lesley S J Farmer
ISBN: 9781555707361 155570736X
OCLC Number: 707962822
Description: xvi, 229 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Instructional design overview --
Learners in instructional design --
Preplanning --
Design content decisions --
Instructional delivery --
Learning with technology, learning about technology --
Instructional systems --
Management issues.
Responsibility: Lesley S.J. Farmer.

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This guide melds instructional theories and best practices with an emphasis on how technology is used in teaching. It covers every aspect of systematic instructional design. By taking a broad, multifaceted approach, rather than concentrating on one model or system, it enables librarians and other information professionals to compare and contrast instructional design, so that they can make the best choices in a variety of settings and for a variety of purposes. Basic concepts are explained in the first section of the book. In the second, a variety of instructional examples address different audiences, content, and delivery approaches. The volume includes chapters on synchronous and asynchronous instruction and information on how to best use the many technologies now available. Sidebars, examples, templates, and other aids are found throughout the text. This guide is designed to help librarians to develop and implement well-grounded, effective instructional design that will serve both youth and adult learners.

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