Vol 30, No 1 (2011)

Special Issue of Indiana Libraries for Instructional Design and Technology

Table of Contents

Introduction

From the Guest Editor's Desk
Susan M. Frey
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5-7

Articles

Identity Crisis: Librarian or Instructional Technologist?
Ryan L. Sittler
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8-14
Introduction to Instructional Design: A Brief Primer
Nancy Wootton Colborn
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15-19
Technology and Learner Motivation in Library Instruction: A Study of Personal Response Systems
Michelle Hudson, Laurie McGowan, Cheri Smith
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20-27
Using Online Games to Fight Plagiarism: A Spoonful of Sugar Helps the Medicine Go Down
Mary J. Snyder Broussard, Jessica Urick Oberlin
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28-39
Social Software for Training and Managing Reference Staff
Jason Coleman, Danielle Theiss-White, Melia Erin Fritch
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40-48
Facilitating Critical Thinking and Self-Reflection: Instructional Strategies for Strengthening Students' Online Research Skills
Susan M. Frey
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49-56
Perusing the Past: My Days with a Digital Memory Project
Kaelynn Hayes
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57-61
The Development of an Online Plagiarism Tutorial
Kenetha J. Stanton, Sally Neal
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62-66
Design Your Library Video Like a Hollywood Blockbuster: Using Screenplay Structure to Engage Viewers
Leo S. Lo
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67-72
The Role of an Instructional Design Specialist in an Academic Library: Interview with Dr. Les Lunce
Kate McMillan
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73-74
Taking the Library Extravaganza Online
Anthony Kaiser
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75-76
Digital Storytelling as an Educational Tool
Carol Lunce
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77-80
Recommended Reading: Primary Schools and ICT: Learning from Pupil Perspectives
Janice Gustaferro
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81-82
Recommended Reading: Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology
Susan M. Frey
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83


ISSN: 2164-0475