Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Marilla D. Svinicki, Barbara A. Schwartz.|
|Series||Books in library and information science ;, vol. 50, Books in library and information science ;, v. 50.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, Barbara A.|
|LC Classifications||Z675.U5 S835 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||87022502|
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Susan S. Starr. Book Description: In recent years, educators have begun to realize the importance of learner-centered programs as pivotal in the academic success of students transitioning from high school to college. This practical guide provides you with detailed plans for designing user-centered literacy and library instruction in your higher education. 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. This foundation is supplemented by the USER Method, a step-by-step approach to creating learner-focused instruction. Tailored to library contexts, USER walks readers through understanding an instructional scenario, structuring content, engaging learners, and reflecting on outcomes. Also included are templates for instructional planning and technology evaluation, as well as practical advice and scenarios from those working in the field.
A collection of book lists drawn from the American Library Association's award winning books, book lists, and resources. The New York Public Library Guide to Organizing a Home Library by Kathie Coblentz. ISBN: Publication Date: The needs of library users by Dana L. Roth, formerly Library Advisor UDC Central Library, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, U.P., India The needs of library users are described in the context of a self-service: user-oriented library Introduction It is estimated that the average scientist spends between 20 and 25 per cent of. Instructional Design. Design For How People Le arn by Julie Dirksen is one of my favorite books in the field. The Accidental Instructional Designer by Cammy Bean is especially good for career changers and those who landed in instructional design from other fields. eLearning Consultant encyclopedias, and various books of people, quotations, and places. Teaching children to find information in the library was circumscribed by the forms of information available, primarily requiring use of card catalogs, indexes, guide words, and alphabetical and numerical sequence to about the third character. Then rapid change began.
Description. 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. 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 . Nolan Lushington's book Libraries Designed for Users: A 21st Century Guide is a highly readable addition to the collection of library design and architecture material. Lushington—a library consultant, former public library director, and library school professor—has been active in this area for more than twenty-five years. Opening the Book's experienced designers provide space planning and design services for all sizes of libraries. From quick advice to feasibility studies to full installations, we can help you make the most of your options and persuade others of the benefits of including a library.