Explore how the ADDIE model of instructional design, Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation, was interpreted to shape creation of a comprehensive LibGuide for the Masters in Adult Education online program. This session will highlight two design cycles, including formative feedback from students and professors to improve guide presentations and suggestions for new library instruction topics. Print and media resources created using the design principle CRAP – or PARC – contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity, will also be featured.
M.Ed. Research: Adult Education - https://libguides.ashland.edu/adulteducation
Diane Schrecker is a curriculum librarian, Head of the Instructional Resource Center, and education subject specialist at Ashland University Library, Ashland, OH. She received her MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh, a Professional Instructional Design Certificate from Ohio University, and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Computer Education and Technology program at Ohio University. A self-proclaimed technology enthusiast, country music aficionado, and Pittsburgh lifelong sports fan, connect with her on Twitter @dschrecker.
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