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Library instruction design : learning from Google and Apple / Di Su.

By: Su, Di.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Chandos information professional series: Oxford : Chandos Pub., ©2014Description: xxiv, 143 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781843347415 (pbk.).Subject(s): Library orientation | Information services -- User education | Libraries and distance education | Libraries and the Internet | Library orientation -- Computer-assisted instruction | Web sites -- Design | Web-based instruction | Information services -- User education | Library orientation
Contents:
Library instruction -- Definitions and limitations -- Background and a brief history -- The impact of technology on information accessibility -- The impact of the Internet on information availability -- From bibliographic instruction to information literacy -- Philosophy and practice -- Educational philosophy -- Purposes and goals -- Principles -- Instructional design and forms -- Preparation -- Expected outcomes and assessment -- Design philosophy from a different world -- The Google style -- The Apple style -- Google and Apple styles: common features and differences -- Learning from Google and Apple -- What can we learn from the success of Google and Apple? -- From business to education -- From consumer product design to academic program design -- Applying Google's style: bottom-up -- User-centered and service-oriented -- Communication and collaboration -- Data-driven instruction -- Suggested instructional programs -- Sample (The Google style): one-shot workshop teaching outline -- Applying Apple's style: top-down -- Instructor's vision -- Guiding the learner -- Long-term view -- Suggested instruction programs -- Sample (The Apple style): a credit-bearing library course syllabus
Summary: The design philosophies of Google and Apple represent different approaches to new product design. Google's model features bottom-up and data-driven decision-making processes, while Apple''s model is to design and build products top-down. Library instruction program design may learn from these differing but complementary approaches. Inspired by Google's and Apple's success, Library Instruction Design details how library instruction program design may learn from the philosophy of product design in the business world.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-139) and index.

Library instruction -- Definitions and limitations -- Background and a brief history -- The impact of technology on information accessibility -- The impact of the Internet on information availability -- From bibliographic instruction to information literacy -- Philosophy and practice -- Educational philosophy -- Purposes and goals -- Principles -- Instructional design and forms -- Preparation -- Expected outcomes and assessment -- Design philosophy from a different world -- The Google style -- The Apple style -- Google and Apple styles: common features and differences -- Learning from Google and Apple -- What can we learn from the success of Google and Apple? -- From business to education -- From consumer product design to academic program design -- Applying Google's style: bottom-up -- User-centered and service-oriented -- Communication and collaboration -- Data-driven instruction -- Suggested instructional programs -- Sample (The Google style): one-shot workshop teaching outline -- Applying Apple's style: top-down -- Instructor's vision -- Guiding the learner -- Long-term view -- Suggested instruction programs -- Sample (The Apple style): a credit-bearing library course syllabus

The design philosophies of Google and Apple represent different approaches to new product design. Google's model features bottom-up and data-driven decision-making processes, while Apple''s model is to design and build products top-down. Library instruction program design may learn from these differing but complementary approaches. Inspired by Google's and Apple's success, Library Instruction Design details how library instruction program design may learn from the philosophy of product design in the business world.

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