[Re]Defining Instructional Design, or:Qualities to lookfor in Your New Instructional Design Librarian
Broadly, Instruction Design is “the practice of creating instructional experiences which make the acquisition of knowledge and skill more efficient, effective, and appealing.” What differentiates the role of Instructional Design Librarians today from previous iterations is the technological component. Instructional Design Librarians, with their knowledge of software and programming, are able to support blended learning initiatives with the creation of online and digital learning materials.This is changing the way people see librarians and their role in higher education.
Buell, Jesi, "[Re]Defining Instructional Design, or:Qualities to lookfor in Your New Instructional Design Librarian" (2014). Digital Scholarship at the Libraries. 3.