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Creative Instructional Design: Practical Application for Librarians

edited by Brandon K. West, Kimberly D. Hoffman, Michelle Costello
Format
Book
Published
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2017.
Language
English
ISBN
9780838989296, 0838989292, 9780838989302 (pdf)
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"--
Contents
  • Introduction / Brandon K. West, Kimberly Davies Hoffman, and Michelle Costello
  • Tap into your research expertise to demystify instructional design / Anne Deutsch
  • Intentionally planning information literacy instruction / Katherine O'Clair
  • Perfect pairings : instructional design meets required library instruction / Meggan Press
  • Modular design, consistent pedagogy, and curriculum a la carte / Natalie Bennett, Lane Wilkinson, and Virginia Cairns
  • Mapping information literacy to a first-year writing curriculum / Kathleen A. Langan and Dianna E. Sachs
  • Power of a picture : using images for indirect instruction / Keri Thomas-Whiteside
  • Teaching data visualization : independent learning with media mashups / Charissa Jefferson, Lauren Magnuson, and Elizabeth Altman
  • Instructional design : toolkits for paraprofessional staff and graduate assistants / Lora L. Smallman
  • Embedded library instruction in experiential education courses : perspectives from the inside / Justina M. Elmore
  • Modeling ID principles for sustainable instruction and collaboration : making the library integral to the LMS and campus processes / Francesca Marineo and Heather Christensen
  • Transitioning from face-to-face to online with USER in mind / Logan Rath
  • A principled approach : using instructional design to enhance synchronous online instruction / Jane Mason Adamson and Sandra Lee Hawes
  • Employing the ADDIE model to produce instructional videos and support the development of a new partnership / Christina Heady and Joshua Vossler
  • Designing stories : a storytelling approach to tutorial videos / Julia Feerrar
  • Blurring the line between practice and play : building immersive experiences and integrated assessment / Trevor Riley
  • Flipping out(ward) : changing the instructional model for large-enrollment courses / Joelle Pitts and Melia Erin Fritch
  • Online and hybrid instructional design for liaison librarians : a new certification program / Kimberly A. Kenward and Mary K. O'Kelly
  • Breaking through the silos : collaboration that supports instruction / Eric Machan Howd and Anne Larrivee
  • Using the ADDIE process to design two discrete models of faculty programming / Karla Fribley
  • Collaborating with teaching faculty on transparent assignment design / Melissa Bowles-Terry, John Watts, Pat Hawthorne, and Patricia Iannuzzi
  • Recalling liminality : adapting instructional design for new faculty orientation / Kelly J. Grossmann and Michelle Guittar
  • Applying instructional design principles to an internship curriculum / Lee Ann Fullington and Matthew Harrick
  • Film for four : teaching the libraries through film production and instructional design / Michelle H. Brannen and Ingrid J. Ruffin
  • Structuring the unstructured : plan your library makerspace with instructional design / Sharona Ginsberg
  • Leading change : using instructional design to refocus an information literacy program / Kimberly Davies Hoffman.
Description
xii, 384 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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