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Fashioning a new role for the Library: The undiscovered supermodel on the Instructional Design runway:

Fashioning a new role for the Library: The undiscovered supermodel on the Instructional Design runway Michelle Costello, Kim Hoffman, and Corey Ha (SUNY Geneseo )

More about Michelle using Animoto:

More about Michelle using Animoto 2

More about Kim using Tagxedo:

More about Kim using Tagxedo 3 Write down on a piece of paper one to two summative words that describe Kim based on this image

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4 More about Corey using Storybird

Why was a library ID team formed? :

Why was a library ID team formed? State of higher education in general How does this translate to Geneseo ? No instructional designer on campus 5 "Economic pressures and new models of education are bringing unprecedented competition to the traditional models of higher education." "Budget cuts have forced institutions to re-evaluate their education strategies and find alternatives to the exclusive face-to-face learning models .” "Education paradigms are shifting to include online learning, hybrid learning and collaborative models." Johnson, L., Adams, S. & Cummins, M. (2012). The NMC Horizon Report: 2012 Higher Education Edition. Austin: New Media Consortium. Retrieved from http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2012.pdf President Academic Affairs Dean of College International Programs CIT Milne Library TLC Administration & Finance Financial Aid Human Resources Student & Campus Life Career Development Residence Life

Why was a library ID team formed? :

Why was a library ID team formed? 6 University Leadership Council. Redefining the Academic Library: Managing the Migration to Digital Information Services. Washington, D.C.: The Advisory Board Company, 2011. http://www.educationadvisoryboard.com/pdf/23634-EAB-Redefining-the-Academic-Library.pdf

Why was a library ID team formed?:

Why was a library ID team formed ? Expertise - we are an important part of teaching and learning Willingness -  a customer-service approach 7 Librarians as a natural fit for the campus

Librarians as Instructional Designers: Increasing in numbers:

Librarians as Instructional Designers: Increasing in numbers 8 1999 2004 2011 2012 5 10 15 10 ID Librarian job announcements over the span of 5 years * 13 ID Librarian job announcements over the span of 7 months * Shank, John D. (2006) The Blended Librarian: A Job Announcement Analysis of the Newly Emerging Position of Instructional Design Librarian. College & Research Libraries 67. Retrieved from http://crl.acrl.org/content/67/6/514.full.pdf

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9 5 10 15 1985 1995 2005 2015 Literature about ID in Libraries: Increasing in numbers Searching the professional literature in Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts with Full-Text * * From the EBSCO suite of article databases

Poll question #1:

Poll question #1 10 The PRIMARY role of an instructional designer is… Technological advice (suggesting technical tools/platforms) and support 102221 Creation of learning objects 102223 Curriculum development (broad level, specific lessons, assessment) 103027 Seeking funding for instructional initiatives 103029 Pull together all pieces of curriculum development, technology and instructional delivery 103031 Teach other instructors how to incorporate instructional design elements into their teaching 103032 Other 103033

Why a 3-person team approach?:

Why a 3-person team approach? 11 In 2011 Michelle became Education/ID Librarian Kim became Coordinator of Instruction & Reference Services Corey pulled in for technical piece – Educational Technologist

Why a 3-person team approach?:

Michelle : ID tools/ investigator, educational theory/background, enthusiasm/energy bunny, transform educational culture through ID Kim : pedagogy, expert in collaborative teaching, leadership in instruction program, risk-taker (creative mind) Corey : technological advice and support, programming skills, teaching experience, project management Why a 3-person team approach? 12 ID Team

First collaborative work:

First collaborative work 13

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Tools used for PSYC 251 14

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What did we do and why?:

What did we do and why? 18 Summer Tech Talk Series Jing Camtasia Interactive Powerpoint Voki Xtranormal Animoto PollEverywhere Prezi Webdoc Twitter Google Hangout Bubbl.us Google Form Glogster Voicethread Wordle Diigo

What did we do and why?:

What did we do and why? Faculty outreach: Workshops 19

What did we do and why?:

What did we do and why? Faculty outreach: Dr. Harrigan , COIL Using the right tools to meet learning objectives Two challenges: Student self-introductions L eaving audio comments on assignment

What did we do and why?:

What did we do and why? Faculty outreach: Dr. Harrigan , COIL

What did we do and why?:

What did we do and why? Faculty outreach: Dr. Harrigan , COIL

What did we do and why?:

What did we do and why? Faculty outreach: Kim Hoffman, LIS 518 23

Discussion question #1:

Discussion question #1 What is your definition of Instructional Design ? 24 Instructional design is a systematic process by which instruction is created for educational purposes involving the following activities: setting goals and objectives, assessing students’ needs, developing content and delivery through material selection, activity creation and choosing complementary technology and revising instruction based on learning outcomes.

Collaborating with other departments:

Collaborating with other departments Breaking down barriers Learning together Corporate University Library Increased communication 25 CIT (Computing and Information Technology) TLC (Teaching and Learning Center)

Collaborating with other departments:

Supporting each other Scheduling of workshops Highlight each other’s strengths Joint initiatives Training Tutorials with help from DML Coffee hours 26 Collaborating with other departments

Discussion question #2:

Discussion question #2 Within your institution, which department(s)/unit(s) could you collaborate with ? 27

Librarians’ use of emerging technologies:

Librarians’ use of emerging technologies 28 Have you been approached by a student who wanted further information on how to use a tool you presented? Have you been approached by a faculty/staff member who wanted further information on how to use a tool you presented?

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29 Faculty use of emerging technologies

Wrap-up:

Wrap-up Reflections What have we accomplished thus far? What’s next? Share what we’ve learned with others Learning Solutions Conference 2012 eLearning Guild Forum SUNYLA Possible publication 30

Wrap-up:

Wrap-up More opportunities to collaborate with others Rochester Police Department Rochester Institute of Technology Another COIL course proposal Summer online courses Service Desk t raining program Digital objects creation 31

Q & A Time Resources and Contact Info:

Q & A Time Resources and Contact Info ID resources and tools: http ://tinyurl.com/ MilneLibraryID Michelle Costello ( costello@geneseo.edu ) Kim Hoffman ( kdhoffman@geneseo.edu ) Corey Ha ( ha@geneseo.edu ) 32

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