Tuesday, April 26, 2005

The Village of ISS: Providing Library-Based Instructional Support

The Village of ISS: Providing Library-Based Instructional Support. This article is by Howard Carter and Kevin Rundblad. It appeared in Information Technology and Libraries Volume 22, Number 2 June 2003.

From the site:

Institutions want courses that incorporate the latest instructional technology. Instructors cannot take advantage of new technology if they are unfamiliar with the tools and have limited experience with online learning pedagogies. It has been said that it takes a village to build a curriculum in the information age. Morris Library’s Instructional Support Services (ISS) is such a village. ISS provides instructors with technical advice and access to current hardware, software, and multimedia techniques to meet their teaching objectives. Offering instructional designers, Web programmers, and video and graphics professionals, ISS is a one-stop shop for instructors who want to add technology to their courses.

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