library instruction design

Instructional Design For Libraries
Author: Sybilla Avery Cook
Publisher: New York : Garland Pub.
Release Date: 1986
Pages: 274
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Instructional Design Essentials
Author: Sean Cordes
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date: 2018-05-22
Pages: 148
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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.

Library Instruction Design
Author: Di Su
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2014-08-23
Pages: 168
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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

Information Literacy Instruction Handbook
Author: Christopher N. Cox
Publisher: Assoc of Cllge & Rsrch Libr
Release Date: 2008
Pages: 236
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Suitable for librarians new to teaching or management of information literacy instruction, this book contains practical chapters that provide the basics but with references to other key sources for those who would like to explore topics further.

Designing Instruction For Library Users
Author: Marilla Svinicki
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date: 2020-11-26
Pages: 272
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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.

Creative Instructional Design
Author: Brandon West
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Release Date: 2017
Pages: 384
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"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"--

Changing The Scope Of Library Instruction In The Digital Age
Author: Bhattacharyya, Swati
Publisher: IGI Global
Release Date: 2018-01-05
Pages: 286
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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.

User Centered Design For First Year Library Instruction Programs
Author: Cinthya M. Ippoliti
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
Release Date: 2016-11-28
Pages: 186
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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

The New Instruction Librarian
Author: Candice Benjes-Small
Publisher: American Library Association
Release Date: 2016-11-16
Pages: 256
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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 Information Literacy Instruction
Author: Joan R. Kaplowitz
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date: 2014-05-01
Pages: 220
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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.

Instruction And Pedagogy For Youth In Public Libraries
Author: Casey Rawson
Publisher: Lulu.com
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Direct Instruction
Author: Siegfried Engelmann
Publisher: Educational Technology
Release Date: 1980
Pages: 111
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Curriculum Based Library Instruction
Author: Amy Blevins
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date: 2014-09-26
Pages: 248
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Curriculum-Based Library Instruction: From Cultivating Faculty Relationships to Assessment highlights the movement beyond one-shot instruction sessions, specifically focusing on situations where academic librarians have developed curriculum based sessions and/or become involved in curriculum committees.

Librarians And Instructional Designers
Author: Joe Eshleman
Publisher: ALA Editions
Release Date: 2016-08
Pages: 216
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With online education options more ubiquitous and sophisticated than ever, the need for academic librarians to be conversant with digital resources and design thinking has become increasingly important. The way forward is through collaboration with instructional designers, which allows librarians to gain a better understanding of digital resource construction, design, goals, and responsibilities. In this book, the authors demonstrate that when librarians and instructional designers pool their knowledge of curriculum and technology, together they can impact changes that help to better serve faculty, students, and staff to address changes that are affecting higher education. Illustrated using plentiful examples of successful collaboration in higher education, this book introduces the history of collaborative endeavors between instructional designers and librarians, sharing ideas for institutions of every size; reviews key emerging issues, including intellectual property, digital scholarship, data services, digital publishing, and scholarly communication; addresses library instruction, particularly the new information literacy framework and threshold concepts, and how the movement towards online library instruction can be supported through collaboration with instructional designers; describes the complementary roles of librarians and instructional designers in detail, followed by a case study in collaboration at Davidson College, an evolving digital project that mirrors changes in technology and collaboration over more than a decade; shows how librarians and instructional designers can work together to encourage, inform, train, and support both faculty and students in the use of digital media, media databases, online media, public domain resources, and streaming media tools; highlights creative opportunities inherent in the design and use of the Learning Management System (LMS); and looks ahead to how emerging technologies are already leading to new jobs at the intersection of librarianship and technology, such as the instructional design librarian. 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.

Academic Librarianship By Design
Author: Steven J. Bell
Publisher: American Library Association
Release Date: 2007-07-02
Pages: 181
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Scenarios, case studies, and profiles throughout illustrate the successes that real "blended librarians" are having on campuses. This practical, hands-on guide expands the possibilities for academic librarians in public service, reference, instruction, information literacy, and even library and information science students.

Music Library Instruction
Author: Gregg S. Geary
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Release Date: 2004
Pages: 137
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This concise manual enables readers to learn about the traits of various library programs, adapt ideas to their own settings, and ultimately benefit from the experiences of the authors.

Reflective Teaching  Effective Learning
Author: Char Booth
Publisher: American Library Association
Release Date: 2011
Pages: 180
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Our bestselling Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning is a practical approach to developing personal "instructional literacy," a series of ideas that empower library professionals at any level of experience to become better and more confident educators. This second edition of RTEL will revisit and modernize dated technology and pedagogical content and will feature several chapters of new content in a new Part 3, such as more comprehensive treatments of assessment, collaboration, and leadership.Revised content:Each existing chapter in the first edition will be reviewed for comprehensiveness and currency but will not undergo major content overhauls.Additional content:Addition to Part I: Chapter *: Meaningful Assessment (more focused content on learner and self-assessment).New content:Part III: Strategy and Scaffolding14 Collaboration That Matters (teaching collaborations/institutional IL partnerships/working with faculty)15 Developing a Program, Reflecting a Curriculum (IL program development, curriculum mapping, identifying institutional priorities)16 Outreach and Advocacy (demonstration of value, more assessment)17 Thoughts on Leadership (management strategies, personal career development, etc.)

Sourcebook For Bibliographic Instruction
Author: Association of Coll. and Research Libraries, Chicago, IL. Bibliographic Instruction Section
Publisher: Chicago : Bibliographic Instruction Section, Association of College and Research Libraries
Release Date: 1993
Pages: 89
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Direction and guidance are provided for establishing and maintaining bibliographic instruction (BI) programs. This document provides an overview of BI and BI programs and points readers to other sources of information. Five key topics were identified and the following papers are presented: (1) "An Introduction to Learning Theory" (Lori Arp); (2) "Instructional Design" (Mary Ellen Litzinger); (3) "Teaching Methods" (Randall Hensley); (4) "Evaluation" (Mignon S. Adams); and (5) "Setting Up and Managing a BI Program" (Esther Grassian). Four appendixes discuss further details of program implementation, a checklist for evaluating lecture presentations, a list of associations that promote bibliographic instruction, and information on electronic bulletin boards of interest to BI librarians. (Contains 133 references.) (SLD)

Designing Effective Library Tutorials
Author: Lori Mestre
Publisher: Elsevier
Release Date: 2012-10-23
Pages: 360
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Learning styles are highly relevant for students in the online environment. Designing Effective Library Tutorials provides examples of, and steps for, how to create tutorials that match learning styles, based on usability studies of students from various cultural groups and styles of learning. The book presents studies, practical suggestions, and examples to assist librarians and faculty as they develop online programs for students from diverse learning styles. Research on learning style preferences in the online environment emphasizes the need to provide a variety of methods that include text, aural, visual, and kinesthetic examples. Geared for the practitioner working in online learning, the book summarizes current literature, and presents best practices for designing effective online tools for diverse learners, including suggestions for assessment of learning objects. This title is structured into twelve chapters, covering: The learning style debate: do we need to match up learning styles with presentation styles? Overview of learning style theories and learning style results from various studies; The intersection of culture and learning styles; The need for learning object development; Current practice: categories and features of library tutorials; Effective design of learning objects; Pedagogical considerations for tutorials; Interactivity options for tutorials; Assessment of learning objects; The value and process of usability studies; Marketing learning objects for broad visibility; and a section on resources. Provides results from usability studies conducted with students that assess learning style and the resulting effectiveness of tutorials based on their preferred style Compares approaches and software used by librarians and educators to create tutorials, along with examples of pitfalls and benefits of each for various learning styles Incorporates examples of ways to use software while including learning objects to match learning style

Instructional Design
Author: Mary H. Tipton
Publisher: Educational Technology
Release Date: 1994
Pages: 104
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