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Tips and Trends: New Issue on E-learning and Usability Testing

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee has published their latest Tips and Trends article about E-learning and Usability Testing.  Written by Naomi Binnie and Denise Leyton, this issue explores how librarians can conduct user experience testing with different audiences in … Continue reading

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Tips and Trends: New Issue on Video Tutorials

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee, has published their latest Tips and Trends article about Video Tutorials. This issue explores how video tutorials are used to inform researchers about general and advanced research techniques, demonstrate how to use specific electronic … Continue reading

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Tips and Trends: New Issue on Course Design Frameworks

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee, has published their latest Tips and Trends article, “Frameworks for Blended and Online Course Design,” written by Sarah McDaniel. Tips and Trends introduces and discusses new, emerging or even familiar technologies that can … Continue reading

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Tips and Trends article on Data Visualization

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee, has published their latest Tips and Trends article, “Data Visualization,” written by Lindley Homol. Tips and Trends introduces and discusses new, emerging or even familiar technologies that can be used in library instruction.“Data … Continue reading

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Winter 2017 Tips and Trends: Accessibility and Universal Design

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee, has published their latest Tips and Trends article, “Accessibility and Universal Design,” written by Bonnie L. Fong, Elizabeth M. Johns, and Becka Rich. Tips and Trends introduces and discusses new, emerging or even … Continue reading

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Tips and Trends: Digital Labs

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee, has published their latest Tips and Trends article, “Digital Labs,” written by Suzanne Julian and Patricia McPherson. Tips and Trends introduces and discusses new, emerging or even familiar technologies that can be used … Continue reading

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Tips and Trends: Tablets

The ACRL Instruction Section, Instructional Technologies Committee, has published their latest Tips and Trends article, “Tablets,” written by Patricia McPherson. Tips and Trends introduces and discusses new, emerging or even familiar technologies that can be used in library instruction.“Tablets” is … Continue reading

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Instructional Technologies Tips and Trends

Tips and Trends, written by Instructional Technologies Committee members, introduces and discusses new, emerging, or even familiar technology which can be applied in the library instruction setting. Issues are published 4 times a year. Spring 2020: E-learning and Usability Testing (PDF) Winter 2020: … Continue reading

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Publication Policies and Procedures Manual

Table of Contents: Overview of projects and publications within the structure of the Instruction Section How to Submit a Proposal for Review When Are Proposals Needed? Flowchart No Approval Needed Executive Committee Liaison Approval Executive Committee Approval ACRL approval: Surveys … Continue reading

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Twitter Chat about Polling Tools

Join @ACRL_IS_TECH for a Twitter chat about the use of polling tools in academic libraries on Tuesday, June 14 at 11 a.m. Pacific | 12 p.m. Mountain | 1 p.m. Central | 2 p.m. Eastern. Read the latest Tips and … Continue reading

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