Instructional Design

"Using Instructional Design to Shape Technology Training" -- 3 objectives
Instructional Design starts with asking the right questions:
  1. Who are the learners?
  2. What do the learners need to be able to do?
Appalachian State, Lisa McNeal, pdf handout

"Faculty Training Course: Instructional Design Aids for Distance Education"
Brigham Young University, Kelly Olsen
An online courseto prepare faculty to teach online.

23 Things @ GCC
An example of a faculty development course about Web 2.0.
An idea for CELT,the library, ETC, or a combination.

"Designing Library Instruction Programs for the 21 Century"
WILU, Sean Cordes
Linked ACRL instruction proficiencies to his job description and looked at ways to use technology to make it easier. Powerpoint version of poster.

"The World War II Poster Project: Building Information Literacy Through Collaboration"
Bucknell University, Abby Clobridge
History students used materials in the archives (World War II posters) and digitizing them.

"Digital Visual Literacy"
Glendale Community College, J. Johnson
Sponsored in part by a grant from NSF, digital visual literacy is a "set of fundamental interdisciplinary skills that enable both teachers and students to function in an increasingly digital and visual workplace."
They created several modules (public domain) to help users understand how to display images effectively in Microsoft programs as well as how to interpret them and copyright issues. These might be useful for the computer literacy skills exam or presentations in ETC or CELT. http://dvl.mc.maricopa.edu