Designing Instruction for Library Users
A Practical Guide
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.
Table of Contents
1. Overview and Definitions 2. A System for Categorizing Instructional Methods 3. Major Subdivisions of the Continuum 4. Designing and Sequencing Instruction 5. Learning Theory Applied to Instruction 6. Applying the Design Process 7. Assessing the Effectiveness of Instruction 8. Some Golden Rules of Design