Reading List - Instructional Design, Technology and Online Education

Suggested Reading List

LibraryThing Book List

Consulting / Project Management

Consulating and Project Management Books

A Guide To The Project Management Body Of Knowledge (PMBOK Guides)

A Guide To The Project Management Body Of Knowledge (PMBOK Guides)(3rd Edition) (Paperback)
by Project Management Institute

  • Paperback: 380 pages
  • Publisher: Project Management Institute; 3rd edition (November 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 193069945X

Referred by: Honebein

 

Joel Dean: The Place of Management Counsel in Business

Dean, Joel (1938), "The Place of Management Counsel in Business," The Harvard Business Review, 16 (1938), 451-465.

Design

Design

Design Resources: Recommendations from IU R541

Color

Hardin, C.L. & Maffi, L (Eds.). (1997). Color
categories in thought and language.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University
Press.

Wallschlaeger, C. & Busic-Snyder, C. (1992). Basic
visual concepts and principles for artists, architects and designers.

Dubuque, IA: Wm. C. Brown.

 

Recommended Texts from R541 

The Non-designer's Design Book

Williams, R. (1994). The Non-designer's Design Book. Berkley, CA: Peachpit Press. Chapters 1-5 (pp. 13-63).

Universal Principles of Design: 100 Ways to Enhance Usability, Influence Perception, Increase Appeal, Make Better ...

Universal Principles of Design: 100 Ways to Enhance Usability, Influence Perception, Increase Appeal, Make Better Design Decisions, and Teach Through Design  
by William Lidwell, Kritina Holden, Jill Butler.

  • Hardcover: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Rockport Publishers (October 1, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1592530079

 

 Ref: Boling

Evaluation

Evaluation

Criterion-Referenced Test Development

Required Textbook - R561

Shrock, Sharon and Coscarelli, William (2000). Criterion-Referenced Test Development, 2nd ed. Washington, DC: International Society for Performance Improvement.

  • Paperback: 340 pages
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons; 2 edition (February 1, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1890289094

Fundamentals of Performance Technology: A Guide to Improving People, Process, and Performance, 2nd Edition

Van Tiem, Darlene M., Moseley, James L., Dessinger, Joan Conway (2004). Fundamentals of Performance Technology: A Guide to Improving People, Process, and Performance, 2nd Edition. Washington , DC : International Society for Performance Improvement.

  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Intl Society for Performance (March 15, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1890289086

 

 

Handbook of Training Evaluation and Measurements

Phillips, J. (1997). Handbook of Training Evaluation and Measurement Methods (Improving Human Performance Series) 3 rd Edition. Butterworth-Heinemann. ISBN: 0884153878

  • Hardcover: 420 pages
  • Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing; 3 edition (August 28, 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0884153878

IU R561 Required Reading List - Evaluation

Required Textbooks - R561

Shrock, Sharon and Coscarelli, William (2000). Criterion-Referenced Test Development, 2nd ed. Washington, DC: International Society for Performance Improvement.

Phillips, J. (1997). Handbook of Training Evaluation and Measurement Methods (Improving Human Performance Series) 3 rd Edition. Butterworth-Heinemann. ISBN: 0884153878

You should already have:
Morrison, Gary R., Kemp, Jerrold E., & Ross, Steven M. (2001) Designing Effective Instruction (4th edition). New York: John Wiley & Sons. [required text – core]

Van TiemVan Tiem, Darlene M., Moseley, James L., Dessinger, Joan Conway (2004). Fundamentals of Performance Technology: A Guide to Improving People, Process, and Performance, 2nd Edition. Washington , DC : International Society for Performance Improvement. Available at www.ispi.org.

Also:

Andersen [in electronic reserves]. Luebke, J. F. & Bumpass, S. E. (2000). Managing the information of an executive development program. In J. J. Phillips (Ed.), Performance analysis and consulting (pp. 167-179). Alexandria, VA: ASTD.

Birnbrauer, H. (1996). Improving evaluation forms to produce better course design. Performance & Instruction 35:1, 201-204.

Bragg, D.D. (1995). Working together to evaluate training. Performance & Instruction 34:10, 195-199.

Brethower, D. & Smalley, K. (1998). Integrating Evaluation into Performance-based Instruction. In Performance-Based Instruction. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Chapter 12, pp. 156-181.

Brinkerhoff, R. O. & Dressler, D. (2002). Using evaluation to build organizational performance and learning capability: A strategy and a method. Performance Improvement 41:6, 14-21.

Burkman, E. (1987). Factors Affecting Utilization. In R.M. Gagne (ed.) Instructional Technology: Foundations. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pp..429-455.

Caudron, S. (1997, February). The human side of a technology launch. Training & Development 52:2, 21-24.

Dormant, D. (1986). The ABCDs of Managing Change. In Introduction to Performance Technology. Washington: National Society for Performance and Instruction. Chapter 17, pp. 238-256.

Duck, J. D. (1998). Managing Change: The Art of Balancing. In Harvard Business Review on Change. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, pp. 55-81. (originally published in November/December, 1983 issue of Harvard Business Review).

Garland, K.P. (1995). Diffusion and Adoption of Instructional Technology. In G.J. Anglin (Ed.) Instructional technology: Past, present, and future, 2nd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, pp. 282-287.

Kaufman, R., Keller, J, and Watkins, R. (1995). What works and what doesn’t: Evaluation beyond Kirkpatrick. Performance & Instruction 35:2, 205-209.

Kifer, E. (1995). Evaluation: A General View. In G.J. Anglin (Ed.) Instructional technology: Past, present, and future, 2nd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, pp. 384-392.

Kirkpatrick, D. L. (1998). The Four Levels: An Overview. Ch. 3 in Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels, 2nd ed. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.

Kirkpatrick, D. L. (1998). Evaluating Reaction. Ch. 4 in Evaluating Training Programs: The Four Levels, 2nd ed. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.

Korth, S. J. (2001). Consolidating needs assessment and evaluation. Performance Improvement 40:1, January, 38-43.

Kotter, J. P. (1998). Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail. In Harvard Business Review on Change. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, pp. 1-20. (originally published in March/April, 1995 issue of Harvard Business Review)

Lee, S.H. and Pershing, J. A. (1999). Effective reaction evaluation in evaluating training programs: Purposes and dimension classification. Performance Improvement 38:8, September, 32-39.

Leshin, C.B., Pollock, J., and Reigeluth, C.M. (1992). Develop Performance Measures for Each Task. In Instructional Design Strategies and Tactics, pp. 54-72.

Molenda, M. & Pershing, J. A., (in press). The strategic impact model: An integrative approach to performance improvement (PI) and instructional systems design (ISD). TechTrends.

Newby, Tony (1992) Training Evaluation Handbook. San Diego, CA: Pfeiffer. (Chapters 1 - 4) [This book is out of print and not available, unfortunately.]

Pershing, J. A. & Pershing, J. L. (2001). Ineffective reaction evaluation. Human Resource Development Quarterly 12: 1, 73-90.

Pershing, J.L. (2002). Using document analysis in analyzing and evaluating performance. Performance Improvement 41:1, January, 36-42.

Peterson, B. D. & Bothell, T. W. (1999). Measuring the Impact of Learning and Performance: The Franklin Covey Company. In J. J. Phillips & T. K. Hodges (Eds.), Measuring Learning and Performance (pp. 115-134). Alexandria, VA: ASTD.

Pershing, James A. & Lee, Sung Heum. Analyzing Needs for Performance Improvement: Processes and Core Competencies. Draft, 1999. Sections 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 21, & 22. Available at Collegiate Copies. (these are linked from each lesson as PDFs).

Rogers, E. M. (1995). Diffusion of Innovations, 4th Edition. New York: Free Press. Chapter 1 – pp. 1-37 and Chapter 5 – pp.161-203.

Strebel, P. (1998). Why Do Employees Resist Change? In Harvard Business Review on Change. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, pp. 139-157. (originally published in May/June, 1996 issue of Harvard Business Review)

Wang, C. (2000). How to grade essay examinations. Performance Improvement 39:1, January, 12-15.

Yeh, S. S. (2001). Tests worth teaching to: Constructing state-mandated tests that emphasize critical thinking. Educational Researcher 30:9, December, 12-17.

Recommended Textbooks:

Mager, Robert F. (1997) Preparing Instructional Objectives. Atlanta, GA: Center for Effective Performance Press. Available at www.ispi.org.

Pyrczak, Fred (2003). Making Sense of Statistics: A Conceptual Overview, 3rd ed. Los Angeles: Pyrczak Publishing. Available at www.pyrcazk.com.

Rossi, Peter H., Lipsey, Mark W. & Howard E. Freeman. (2004). Evaluation: A Systematic Approach, 7th Edition. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Van TiemVan Tiem, Darlene M., Moseley, James L., Dessinger, Joan Conway (2004). Fundamentals of Performance Technology: A Guide to Improving People, Process, and Performance, 2nd Edition. Washington , DC : International Society for Performance Improvement. Available at www.ispi.org.

Flow Theory

Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly (1990). Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. New York: Harper and Row. ISBN 0-06-092043-2

Instructional Design

Instructional Design reading list

Authentic Activities in Online Education

Link to: Authentic Activities in Online Education

ref: Honebein

Cognitive Apprenticeship: Global Before Local

BY ALLAN COLLINS, JOHN SEELY BROWN, AND ANN HOLUM

Recommended by Honebein

Designing Effective Instruction

Designing Effective Instruction

by Gary R. Morrison, Steven M. Ross, Jerrold E. Kemp
  • Paperback: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Wiley; 4 edition (April 30, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0471216518

 

 

 

Designing Visual Language - Strategies for Professional Communicators

IU IST R511 Reading List

Reading List

Week 2: Reading

Required Readings:

* Gentry, C.G. (1995). Educational Technology: a question of meaning. In G.J. Anglin (Ed.), Instructional Technology: Past, Present, and Future, 2nd ed. (pp. 1-10). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

* Seels, B.B. & Richey, R.C. (1994). The 1994 definition of the field. In Instructional Technology: The Definition and Domains of the Field (pp. 1-22). Washington, D.C.: Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Optional Reading:

* AECT (1977). The Definition of Educational Technology, ch. I and II. Washington DC: AECT. 

Week 3: Reading

Readings: Required Readings:

* Pershing & Lee, Employment profiles and compensation for educational technologist - 

* Dolezalek, 2004 Salary Survey -

* Web sites on IT jobs and Professional Organizations (see Additional Resources - next post)

Week 4: Reading

Required Readings:

* Morrison, Kemp & Ross (2004) Designing Effective Instruction, 4th ed., Chapter 1, Introduction to the instructional design process

* Schiffman, (1995). Instructional systems design: Five views of the field. In G.J. Anglin (Ed.), Instructional Technology: past, present, and future 2nd ed. (pp. 131 - 142) 

* Molenda, Pershing & Reigeluth (1996), Designing instructional systems. In Craig (ed.) The ASTD Training and Development Handbook. NY: McGraw-Hill - R511 Electronic Reserves (pages 266-280 only) 

Optional Reading:

* Dick, Carey & Carey (2001), The Systematic Design of Instruction, 5th ed. Chapter 1, Introduction to instructional design -R511 Electronic Reserves (pages 266-280 only) 

 

Week 5: Reading

Week 5: Resources Total Messages: 1 Required Readings:

* Molenda, M. and Pershing, J.A. (2004). The Strategic Impact Model: An integrative approach to performance improvement and instructional systems design. TechTrends 48:2 (March-April), pp. 26-32. 

* Wile, D. (1996). Why doers do. Performance & Instruction, 35:1, 30-35.

* Van Tiem, Mosely, & Dessinger (2000). Fundamentals of Performance Technology. Washington DC: ISPI, chapters 1-2. 

* Rosenberg, M. (1996) Human performance technology. In Craig, R.L. (Ed.) 

* Rosenberg, Marc J.; Coscarelli, William C. and Hutchison, Cathleen Smith. (1999). 

Additional Resources:

* Websites related to performance technology, beginning with: www.ispi.org

* Gilbert, T.F. (1978). Human competence: Engineering worthy performance. New York: McGraw-Hill. *

*Harold Stolovitch & Erica Keeps (Eds.). (1999). Handbook of Human Performance Technology (2nd ed.). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer. 

Week 6: Reading

Required Readings:

* Heinich, Molenda, Russell, & Smaldino, (2002). Chapter 1, Media, Technology, and Learning. In Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning, 7th ed. Columbus, OH: Merrill Prentice-Hall. 

* Seels, B.B. & Glasgow, Z. (1990) Psychological basis for instructional design, Ch. 2 in Exercises in Instructional Design. Columbus: Merrill. 

* Dale, E. (1946). Effective Learning. Pp. 12-23 in Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching. New York: Dryden Press (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston). 

* Zemke, R. (1999, July). Toward a science of training. Training 36:7, 32-36. A summary of the major contributions of Robert Gagne to instructional theory and instructional design. 

Optional Reading:

* Driscoll, M. (2000). Chapter 1, Introduction to theories of learning and instruction. In Psychology of Learning for Instruction, 2nd ed. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. 

* Driscoll, M.P. (2000). Chapter 10. Gagne`s theory of instruction. In Psychology of Learning for Instruction, 2nd ed. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 341-372 

* Explorations in Learning & Instruction, the Theory into Practice Database: http://tip.psychology.org/ Week 6 Deliverable Total Messages: 0 

Week 7: Reading

Week 7: Resources

Required Readings:

Driscoll, M.P. (2000) Radical Behaviorism. Chapter 2 in Psychology of Learning for Instruction. Allyn & Bacon. Pages 31-70.

Saettler, P. (1990). Behaviorism and educational technology: 1950 - 1980. Ch. 10 in The Evolution of American Educational Technology (pp. 286 317). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Heinich, Molenda, Russell, & Smaldino. (2002). Excerpt from Ch. 2, Technologies for Learning. In Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning, 7th ed. Columbus OH: Merrill Prentice-Hall. Pages 42-47.

Foshay, R (July 2001). Is Behaviorism dead? Should HPT care? ISPI News & Notes, 1-2. And Brethower, D. (September 2001). Is Behaviorism dead? A response to Foshay. ISPI News & Notes, 1-2.

Optional Reading:

Skinner, B.F. (1954) The science of learning and the art of teaching. Harvard Educational Review 24:1: 86-97.

Skinner, B.F. (1968). Why teachers fail. Chapter 5 in The Technology of Teaching. New York: Appleton Century Crofts.

Burton, John K., Moore, David M., and Magliaro, Susan G. (2004). Behaviorism and instructional technology. In David H. Jonassen (Ed.). Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology, 2nd Ed. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

For a look at a contemporary high-tech example of PSI see the Math Emporium at Virginia Tech: http://www.emporium.vt.edu/emporium/newVisitor/index.html

Engelmann, S. (1997). Direct instruction. In C.R. Dills & A.J. Romiszowski (Eds) Instructional Development Paradigms. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications, pp. 371-390.

Direct Instruction, also sometimes known as Programmed Teaching, is a template designed by Engelmann to implement operant conditioning principles in group instruction. Students are continuously actively engaged, and their performance is monitored by a teacher (instead of a machine) and appropriately reinforced. Still gaining adherents, Direct Instruction has consistently outperformed conventional instruction in side-by-side comparisons.

More information on Direct Instruction and schools in which it is used:
http://www.nifdi.org/
http://www.jefflindsay.com/EducData.shtml
http://www.catalyst-chicago.org/09-96/096main.htm#Variety
http://www.edisonschools.com/design/d15.html

 

Week 8: Readings

Required Readings:

Choose one of the two by Silber:

Foshay, Silber, & Stelnicki. (2003). Chapters 1 and 2 in Writing Training Materials That Work.

-or-

Silber, K. (1998). Cognitive approach to training development: A practitioner's assessment. ETR&D 46:4, pp. 58-72.

Driscoll, M.P. (2000). Gagne's Theory of Instruction. Ch. 10 in Psychology of Learning for Instruction, 2nd ed. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 341-372.

Driscoll, M.P. (2000). Constructivism. Ch. 11 in Psychology of Learning for Instruction, 2nd ed. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 373-396.

Optional Reading:

Wildman, T.M. (1981, July). Cognitive theory and the design of instruction. Educational Technology 21:7, 14-20.

Winn, W. (2004). Cognitive perspectives in psychology. In D.J. Jonassen (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology, 2nd ed. (pp. 79-112). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Duffy, T.M., & Cunningham, D.J. (1996). Constructivism: implications for the design and delivery of instruction. In D.J. Jonassen (Ed.), Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology (pp. 170 198). New York: Macmillan Library Reference USA.

Airasian, P. & Walsh, M.. (1997, Feb.) Constructivist cautions. Phi Delta Kappan 78:6, 444-449.

Molenda, M. Cognitivism and Constructivism. Excerpt from pre-publication manuscript.

Brown, Collins, & Duguid (1989), Situated cognition and the culture of learning.

Additional Resources:

Week 9: Readings

Readings:

Required Readings:

Ertmer, P.A. & Newby, T.J. (1993). Behaviorism, cognitivism, constructivism: comparing critical features from an instructional design perspective. Performance Improvement Quarterly, 6(4), 50-72.

Heinich, R.; Molenda, M.; Russell, J. & Smaldino, S. (1999) Media and Instruction, Ch. 1 in Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning, 6th edition. Columbus: Merrill.

Merrill, M.D. (2002). First principles of instruction. Educational Technology Research and Development 50:3, 43-59.

Optional Reading:

Bednar, A.K., Cunningham, D., Duffy, T.M., & Perry, J.D. (1991). Theory into practice: How do we Link? In G. Anglin (ed.), Instructional Technology: Past, Present and Future. Denver, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Dick, Walter (1997). "Better Instructional Design Theory: Process Improvement or Reengineering?" Educational Technology, Sept/Oct. 1997, 47-50.

Reigeluth, Charles M. (1997)."Instructional Theory, Practitioner Needs, and New Directions: Some Reflections." Educational Technology Jan-Feb 1997, pp. 42-47.

von Glasersfeld, Ernst. (1992, August). "Aspects of Radical Constructivism and its Educational Recommendations," paper presented at ICMe-7, Working Group #4, Quebec.

Week 11: Readings

Readings:

Readings:

Required Readings:

Bichelmeyer, B. & Molenda M. (in press). Issues and trends in instructional technology: Slow growth as economy recovers. To be published in Educational Media and Technology Yearbook 2005: Volume 30. Englewood, Co: Libraries Unlimited.

Optional Reading:

Galvin, T. (2003, October). 2003 industry report. Training, 21-45.

Rukeyser, William L. (2000) Testimony to the Web-Based Education Commission.

Cuban, Kirkpatrick, & Peck (2001). High access and low use of technologies in high school classrooms: Explaining an apparent paradox. American Educational Research Journal 38:4, 813-834.

Week 12: Readings

Readings:

Required Readings:

Zemke, R. and Rossett, A. (2002). A hard look at ISD. Training, February, 27-35.

Dick, W. (1997, Sept.-Oct.). Better instructional design theory: Process improvement or reengineering? Educational Technology 37:5, 47-50.

Willis, J. (1998, May-June). Alternative instructional design paradigms: What's worth discussing and what isn't. Educational Technology 38:3, 5-16

Optional Reading:

Performance Improvement 41:7, August 2002

Willis, J. & Wright, K.E. (2000, March-April). A general set of procedures for constructivist instructional design: The new R2D2 Model. Educational Technology 40:2, 5-20.

McCombs, Barbara. (1986) "The ISD Model: Review of those Factors Critical to Its Successful Implementation" ECTJ 34:2, Summer, 67-81.

C.R. Dills & A.J. Romiszowski (Eds) (1997). Instructional Development Paradigms. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

Additional Resources:

ITforum - http://it.coe.uga.edu/itforum/index.html

Performance-Based Instructional Systems Design

Per http://www.ispi.org/ August, 2002 Volume 41 / Number 7 

Week 13: Readings

Readings:

Required Readings:

Reiser, R.A. (2002). A history of instructional design and technology. Chapter 3 in Reiser, R.A. and Dempsey, J.V. (ed's) Trends and issues in instructional design and technology. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill Prentice Hall, pp. 26-53

Dale, E. (1946). Effective Learning. From Chapter 1 in Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching. New York: Dryden Press (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston).

Dale, E. (1946). The Cone of Experience. Chapter 4 in Audio-Visual Methods in Teaching. New York: Dryden Press (Holt, Rinehart, and Winston).

Saettler, P. (1990). Beginnings of a science and technology of instruction: 1900 - 1950. Ch.3 in The Evolution of American Educational Technology (pp. 53 86). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Optional Reading:

Shrock, S.A. (1995). A brief history of instructional development. In G.J. Anglin (ed.) Instructional Technology: Past, Present, and Future, 2nd ed. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, pp. 11-18.

Molenda, M. (2004, January-February). Reader Comments: On the origins of the "retention chart:" An addendum to Subramony. Educational Technology, p. 64.

Rosenberg, M. J.; Coscarelli, W.C.; and Hutchison, C.S. (1999) The origins and evolution of the (performance technology) field. Ch. 2 in Stolovitch & Keeps (Eds) Handbook of Human Performance Technology, 2nd ed. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Week 14: Readings

Readings:

Required Readings:

Saettler, P. (1990). Early forerunners: Before 1900. Ch. 2 in The Evolution of American Educational Technology (pp. 23 52). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Heinich, R.; Molenda, M.; Russell, J. & Smaldino, S. (1999) That Incomparable Moravian, pp. 70-71 in Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning, 6th edition. Columbus: Merrill.

Additional Resources:

Founding Theorists and Practitioners of Educational Technology - Created by John Keller - http://php.indiana.edu/~jbkeller/R511/start.html

Paul Saettler's A History of Instructional Technology (1968) or The Evolution of American Educational Technology (1990).

Confucianism and the Chinese Scholastic System - http://www.csupomona.edu/~plin/ls201/confucian2.html

Week 15: Readings

Readings:

Required Readings:

AECT. (2001) A Code of Professional Ethics: A guide to professional conduct in the field of Educational Communications and Technology. Bloomington, IN: AECT.

ISPI Code of Ethics.

Find the ISPI Code of Ethics at the ISPI website: www.ispi.org. Click on "HPT and HPT Education." Or go directly to the PDF file: http://www.certifiedpt.org/forms/Code%20of%20Ethics.pdf

Optional Reading:

Burns et al., Standards on ethics and integrity. (1999). Performance Improvement Quarterly 12:3, 5-30

Dean, P.J. (1999) The relevance of standards and ethics for the human performance technology profession. Chapter 33 in Stolovitch & Keeps (Eds.) Handbook of Human Performance Technology, 2nd ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, pp. 698-712.

Additional Resources:

Ethics in Computing: http://ethics.csc.ncsu.edu/

Tim Hatcher's award-winning book on Ethics in HRD: http://shrmstore.shrm.org/shrm/product.asp?dept_id=18&pf_id=48.25006

 

IU IST R521 Required Reading List - Instructional Design

  • Morrison, G. R., Kemp, J. E., & Ross, S. M. (2003). Designing Effective Instruction (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ : J. Wiley & Sons. ISBN: 0471216518.
  • Mager, R. F. (1997). Preparing Instructional Objectives. (3rd ed). Atlanta, GA: The Center for Effective Performance. ISBN: 1879618036
  • Ertmer, P. and Quinn, J. (2003). The ID Case Book: Case Studies in Instructinal Design (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education. ISBN: 0130943215
  • Misanchuk, E., Boling, E., & Schweir, R. (1999). Visual Design for Instructional Media (CD-ROM). Sasketchewan, Canada: University of Saskatoon.
    Ordering information: ( $30.00)
    U-Learn, Extension Division
    University pf Saskatchewan
    Room 125 Kirk Hall
    117 Science Place
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Canada, S7N 5C8

Kearsley, Greg. (2000). Explorations in learning & instruction: The theory into practice database. Available: http://www.gwu.edu/~tip/index.html.

Ertmer, P. & Newby, T. (1993). Behaviorism, cognitivism, constructivism: Comparing critical features from an instructional design perspective. Performance Improvement Quarterly (6)4. (pp. 51-72).

Reigeluth, C.R. Module 2 Application Tasks (skills): Procedure-using. Core Readings Package.

http://www.indiana.edu/~idtheory/methods/m4.html http://www.hfni.gsehd.gwu.edu/~tip/reigelut.html (Elaboration Theory)

http://www.hfni.gsehd.gwu.edu/~tip/proced.html

van der Meij, H. & Carroll, J. M. (1995). Principles and Heuristics for Designing Minimalist Instruction. Technical Communication: Journal of the Society for Technical Communication. 42(2), 243-261.

Procedure Learning:

Carroll, J.M. (1992). Minimalist documentation In H.D. Stolovitch & E.J. Keeps (Eds.) Handbook of Human Performance Technology (pp. 331-351). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Concept Learning:

CORE READINGS PACKET

Klausmeier, H.J. (1990). Conceptualizing In B.F. Jones & L. Idol (Eds.) Dimensions of Thinking and Cognitive Instruction: Implications for Educational Reform (pp. 93-138). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Smith, E.E. (1988). Concepts and thought In R.J. Sternbert & E.E. Smith (Eds.) The psychology of human thought (pp. 19-49). New York: Cambridge University Press.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Kearsley, G. (Accessed July 2000). Concepts. Explorations in Learning & Instruction: The Theory Into Practice Database: http://www.gwu.edu/~tip/concept.html

Reeves, W. Learner as categorizer. In Learner-Centered Design (pp. 91-109). London: Sage Publications.

Stanley, W.B. & Mathews, R.C. (1985). Recent research on concept learning: Implications for social education. Theory and Research in Social Education, 12 (4), 57-74.

Tennyson, R.D., & Cocciarella, M.J. (1986) An empirically based instructional design theory for teaching concepts. Review of Educational Research, 56, 40-71.

Tennyson, R. & Park, O. (1980). The teaching of concepts: a review of instructional design research literature. Review of Educational Research, 50, 55-70.

Reigeluth, C.R. (1997). Module 1 Application tasks (skills): Concept classification. Unpublished manuscript, Indiana University - Bloomington, Department of Instructional Systems Technology.

http://www.indiana.edu/~idtheory/methods/m3.html

Tessmer, M., Wilson, B. & Driscoll, M. (1990). A new model of concept teaching and learning.

Educational Technology Research and Development, 38 (1), 45-54.

ADDIE:

Schiffman, S.S. (1995). Instructional Systems Design: five views of the field. In G.J. Anglin (Ed.), Instructional Technology: Past, Present, and Future (2nd ed.) (pp. 131-142). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

Schrock, S.A. (1995). A brief history of instructional development. In G.J. Anglin (Ed.), Instructional Technology: Past, Present, and Future (2nd ed.) (pp. 11-18). Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited.

BOOKS

Kemp, Morrison & Ross. Designing Effective Instruction, 2003. Merrill Publishing

Mager, Robert F. Preparing Instructional Objectives. 3rd edition, 1997. Center for Effective Performance.

E-RESERVES

Dick, W., & Carey L. The Systematic Design of Instruction. Chapter 1.

Molenda, M., Pershing, J.A. & Reigeluth, C.R., Designing Instructional Systems. Pg. 271.

Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction:

http://ide.ed.psu.edu/idde/9events.htm http://www.e-learningguru.com/articles/art3_3.htm

Donald Clark's ISD Page

http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/sat3.html#back1

Writing Learning Objectives:

http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/templates/objectivetool.html

Bloom's Taxonomy:

http://www.coun.uvic.ca/learn/program/hndouts/bloom.html

Instructional Design for multi-media

http://www.webstyleguide.com/index.html?/contents.html http://www.cemca.org/EMHandbook/ Section5.pdf

Donald Clark's ISD Page

http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/sat4.html#development
Learning. Prentice-Hall. Core Readings Packet Appelman, R., Pugh, R.C., & Siantz, J.E. Increasing the Efficacy of information video through

rapid prototyping.

Tripp, S.D., & Bichelmeyer, B.A. Rapid Prototyping: An alternative instructional design strategy.

Educantional Technology Research and Development. 38(1), pp. 31-44

Rubin, J. (1994). Handbook of usability testing: How to plan, design, and conduct effective tests (pp. 3-42). New York: Wiley Technical Communication Library. (ch 1-2 from the book)

Sugar, W.A. & Boling, E. (1995, February). User-centered innovation: A model for "Early Usability Testing." Paper presented at the 1995 Annual National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Anaheim, CA.

Recommended Readings

User Testing: How to plan, execute and report on a usability evaluation: Seth Gordon, 2/15/00 www.builder.com/Graphics/Evaluation

Lee, Sung Hung (1999),Usability Testing for Developing Effective Interactive Multimedia Software: Concepts, Dimensions, and Procedures, Educational Technology & Society 2(2). http:// ifets.ieee.org/periodical/vol_2_99/sung_heum_lee.html

Implementation:

WEB RESOURCES

http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/sat1.html http://gise.org/JISE/Vol1-5/INSTRU1.htm http://www.cemca.org/EMHandbook/Section5.pdf

Keller, J.M. (1983). Motivational Design of Instruction. In C.M. Reigeluth (ed.) Instructional Design Theories and Models: An overview of Their Current Status (pp. 386-429). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Williams, R. (1994). The Non-designer's Design Book. Berkley, CA: Peachpit Press. Chapters 1-5 (pp. 13-63).

Encyclopedia of Educational Technology (http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet):

Misanchuk, Schwier & Boling (1999). Visual Design for Instructional Multimedia. (CD-ROM). Saskatchewan, CANADA: University of Saskatoon.

Tractinsky, N. (1997). Aesthetics and apparent usability: empirically assessing cultural and methodological issues. Proc of the annual ACM SIGCHI Conference CHI'97.

Misanchuk, Schwier & Boling (1999). Visual Design for Instructional Multimedia. (CD-ROM). Saskatchewan, CANADA: University of Saskatoon.

Williams, R. (1994). The Non-designer's Design Book. Berkley, CA: Peachpit Press. Chapters 7-9 (pp. 73-126).

Encyclopedia of Educational Technology ( http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet): Design: Using Color: Why use color?

http://www.bellanet.org/itrain/createdocs1.cfm

CORE READINGS PACKET

Burkman, E. Factors affecting utilization Molenda, M., Pershing, J.A., & Reigeluth, C.R. Designing Instructional Systems

TASK VS. PEOPLE ORIENTATION Stop Trying To Fix People, Creating a powerful difference, not different people, Tough Teams LLC

HOW TO STRUCTURE A MEETING Managing meetings, Group Dynamics: Basic Nature of Groups and How They Develop (by Carter McNamara)

MAKING DECISIONS

Group decision making and problem solving, Group Dynamics: Basic Nature of Groups and How They Develop (by Carter McNamara) Decision making, Chapter 11 in Forsyth's Group Dynamics

HOW TO DISAGREE Conflict management in groups, Group Dynamics: Basic Nature of Groups and How They Develop (by Carter McNamara)

WEB RESOURCES

Forsyth's Group Dynamics Resource Page

http://www.vcu.edu/hasweb/group/gdynamic.htm

Group Dynamics: Basic Nature of Groups and How They Develop (by Carter cNamara)

http://www.mapnp.org/library/grp_skll/theory/theory.htm

Social Psychology and Group Dynamics http://www.butsudo.net/AZI/Control/Eval/GroupDynamics. htm

Group Dynamics

http://www.cedresources.nf.net/pdf/groupdynamics.pdf

http://www.cedresources.nf.net/gd.htm

The Science of Group Dynamics by Aubrey Immelman

 

http://www.users.csbsju.edu/~aimmelma/httoc.htm

Hackman, J.R. (Ed.). (1990). Groups that work (and those who don't). San Francisco: Jossey-

Bass.

Steiner, I.D. (1972). Group process and productivity. New York: Academic Press.

Zander, A. (1971/1996). Motives and goals in groups. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction

IU IST R541 Recommended Reading List - Instructional Design

Recommended books (per instructor):

Alessi, S., & Trollip, S. (2000). Multimedia for Learning: Methods and Development (3rd Edition). Allyn & Bacon; ISBN: 0205276911.
Vaughan, T. (2001). Multimedia: Making It Work. Osborne McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0072190957.
England, E., Finney, A. (1998). Managing Multimedia: Project Management for Interactive Media (2nd Edition). Addison-Wesley Pub Co; ISBN: 0201360586.
Rosenfeld, L., Morville, P. (2002). Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (2nd Edition) . O'Reilly & Associates; ISBN: 0596000359.
Norman, D. (1990). The Design of Everyday Things. Currency/Doubleday; ISBN: 0385267746.
Fleming, J., & Koman, R. (1998). Web Navigation: Designing the User Experience. ASIN: 1565923510.
Nielsen, J., & Tahir, M. (2001). Homepage Usability: 50 Websites Deconstructed. New Riders Publishing; ISBN: 073571102X.
Lynch. P., & Horton, S. (1999). Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites. Yale Univ Pr; ISBN: 0300076754.
Pearrow, M. (2000). Web Site Usability Handbook. Charles River Media; ISBN: 1584500263.
Preece, J., Rogers, Y., & Sharp, H. (2002). Interaction Design. John Wiley & Sons; ISBN: 0471492787.

IU IST R626 Recommended Reading List

• Reigeluth, Charles (1999). Instructional-Design Theories and Models: A New Paradigm of Instructional Theory. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
• Csikszentmihalyi, Mihaly (1990). Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience. New York: Harper Perennial (Paperback)
• Pine, Joseph B. and Gilmore, James H. (1999). The Experience Economy. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.
• Thiagarajan, Sivasailam (2004). Framegames. Bloomington, IN: Workshops By Thiagi. (Paperback) Available at http://www.thiagi.com

Instructional-Design Theories and Models - A New Paradigm of Instructional Theory

Instructional-Design Theories and Models: A New Paradigm of Instructional Theory, Vol. 2 (Instructional Design Theories & Models) (Hardcover)
by Charles M. Reigeluth (Editor)
  • Hardcover: 728 pages
  • Publisher: LEA, Inc. (April 1, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0805828591

Minimalism Beyond the Nurnberg Funnel (Technical Communication, Multimedia, and Information Systems)

Minimalism Beyond the Nurnberg Funnel (Technical Communication, Multimedia, and Information Systems) (Hardcover)
by John M. Carroll (Editor)

  • Hardcover: 350 pages
  • Publisher: The MIT Press (January 23, 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 026203249X

Referral by: Honebein

The Minimal Manual

The Minimal Manual
John M. Carroll, Penny L. Smith-Kerker, James R. Ford, Sandra A. Mazur-Rimetz

Human-Computer Interaction, 1987-1988, Vol. 3, No. 2, Pages 123-153

Referred by: honebein 

Per abstract at LEA Online: "The Minimal Manual was designed to address difficulties people have with state-of-the-art self-instruction manuals in learning to use powerful computing devices. It is briefer; it helps learners to coordinate their attention between the system and the manual; it specifically trains error recognition and recovery; it better supports reference use after training. In two experiments, the Minimal Manual was shown to afford more efficient learning progress than an otherwise comparable, commercially developed self-instruction manual, and was superior in the specific areas predicted by its design."

Learning Theory

Learning Theory

Psychology of Learning for Instruction (3rd Edition)


Driscoll, M. (2005). Psychology of Learning for Instruction, 3rd Edition. New York: Allyn & Bacon.

 

  • Hardcover: 496 pages
  • Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 3 edition (August 3, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0205375197

Note: the following book, it is a substitute for Driscoll:

Gredler, M. E. (2001). Learning and Instruction: Theory into Practice, 4th Edition.

 

Goldsmith, M., Kaye, B., & Shelton, K. (2000). Learning journeys: Top management experts share hard-earned lessons on becoming mentors and leaders. Palo Alto, CA: Davies-Black Publishing.

 

   

Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning

M-Learning: Mobile E-Learning

M-Learning: Mobile E-Learning (Paperback)

Mobile Learning: A Handbook for Educators and Trainers

Motivation

Motivation

Motivation and Goal Setting - Pintrich

From Ryan Alexander Nickoli (Feb 8, 2006 9:26 AM EST) Message I tried somthing last year with my classes that worked quite well to motivate students to do better on their tests. At the beginning of every unit, I gave them a goal sheet. On it they stated what they would like to achieve on the chapter/unit exam. They also listed several strategies on how to achieve their goal. Most students had realistic and attainable goals for each unit. I relate this back to Pintrich's idea of self regulation. They established a goal and then stated what they needed to do in order to reach that goal. Throughout the unit, each student met with me to discuss how they were doing on the strategies they set to meet their goal (monitoring). In addition to setting goals, strategies to meet the goal, and monitoring their progress thorughout the unit, I also had them complete a confidence rating sheet the day before the test. On it they put what percent they felt like they would get on the exam. They also stated reason why they felt like they would do well or poorly (self-reflection). Test scores throughout the year improved dramatically. I think it had a lot to do with setting goals, monitoring their progress, and then reflecting on how they felt like they would do. I strongly believe like they improved because they were motivated to do so, because they were holding themselves accountable to reach their goal. When they saw progress early on, they were motivated to continue it. Step 1: Goal sheet and listed strategies Step 2: monitor progress and revisit goals/strategies Step 3: Fill out confidence rating sheet day of test Step 4: Take test *It was real help to keep track via spreadsheets their goal score, confidence score, and actual test score. It was neat to see their performance displayed via graphs. From Curtis Jay Bonk (Feb 10, 2006 10:30 PM EST) Message Ryan, this is great!!!!!!!!!!!! You need to write this up. Ted Nelson has a book of 101 ways to motivate employees in corporate settings. I think this would be one great example for a book on 101 ways to motivate students in K-12 settings. Perhaps we need to create a Wikibook with those 101 ways. My other class is creating a wikibook. Humm..food for thought. I think your tracking of goals, and monitoring of progress will relate well to neo-Vygoskian techniques such as those you will soon read about from Vygotsky. There is a lot of power in such dynamic assessment and self-monitoring and ownership over ones own goals. In the corporate world, there is a increasing emphasis on employees creating their own goals and tracking them. Maybe Pres Bush needs to hire you to teach your method to everyone--nobody left behind. You might also read about cognitive-behavioral modification as this approach you outline is similar to that. It has external display of goals and metacognitive monitoring of them. Of course, reflection is powerful as well!!!! Good job. One of my favorite cases I have ever read. Write this up--for others in your school or beyond. Keep pushing it. Try to add to it. You might be surprised to find that if you delete one aspect of it, it will no longer work. See reciprocal teaching. By the way, Paul Pintrich died a couple of years back at a young age. I think he had a stroke while rising his bike. He was at the Univ of Michigan. Smart guy! Nice guy. Really too bad for this to happen. I liked his ideas. He created the MSLQ--the Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire. This instrument looked at both motivation and cognitive strategies of the learners. It is really useful is seeing the cognitive talents and motivations of your students and reassessing what you might do as a teacher and what the students might do as learners. You might read more for your blog. See: Pintrich, P.R. & DeGroot, E.V. (1990). Motivational and self-regulated learning components of classroom academic performance. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82(1), 33-40. Pintrich, P.R., & Schrauben, B. (1992). Students motivational beliefs and their cognitive engagement in classroom academic tasks. In D.H. Schunk & J.L. Meece (Eds.). Student perceptions in the classroom (pp. 149-183). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Pintrich, P.R., Smith, D.A., Garcia, T. & McKeachie, W.J. (1991). A manual for the use of the motivated strategies for learning questionnaire (MSLQ). Ann Arbor:, Michigan: National Center for Research to improve Post Secondary Teaching and Learning (NCRIPTAL). The University of Michigan. Eric Document Reproduction Service, ED 338122. Pintrich, P.R., Smith, D.A., Garcia, T. & McKeachie W.J. (1993). Reliability and predictive validity of the motivated strategies for learning questionnaire (MSLQ). Educational and Psychological Measurement, 53(3), 801-813.

Motivators

Per Bonk: I recommend books like Roger von Oech A Whack in the Side of the Head as well as A Kick in the Seat of the Pants. Both books are quick plane reading types of books that link to motivators you can use. von Oech majored in the history of ideas I think at Ohio State and you will find his books full of ideas. There is also a creative whack pack of cards that you might get and a new book. The difficulty I have is that some use this on weekend workshops for engineers and accountants. But can you get a 35 year old engineer to become more creative over the weekend when he or she was not before? I think not. As a former accountant, I do not hold up much more hope for accountants and CPAs either.

Online Learning

Online Learning

The Ape in the Corner Office: Understanding the Workplace Beast in All of Us

  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Crown Business (September 6, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 140005219X
  • Referred by: Boling

    The Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Designs

    The Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Designs (Hardcover)
    by Curtis J. Bonk, Charles R. Graham, Jay Cross (Foreword), Michael G. Moore (Foreword)
    • Hardcover: 624 pages
    • Publisher: Pfeiffer (December 30, 2005)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN: 0787977586

     

    Performance Technology

    Performance Technology

    Tom Gilbert: Human Competence

    Tom Gilbert: Human Competence

     Human Competence: Engineering Worthy Performance (ISPI Tribute Edition) (Hardcover)

    • Hardcover: 380 pages
    • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (February 1, 2001)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN: 0961669012

     Recommended by: Honebein

    Writing and Presentation

    Writing for instruction and the web

    Presentation: Web Links

    Writing: Books Recommended in R519

    Recommendations from R519

    Bjerke, G. (1997). Writing for Video. Williamsburg, VA: Petrel Publishing.

     Bjerke, G. (1997). Writing for Video. Williamsburg, VA: Petrel Publishing.

    Power tools for technical communication

    Power tools for technical communication

    by David A McMurrey

    • Type: English
    • Publisher: Fort Worth : Harcourt College Pub., ©2002.
    • ISBN: 0155068989
    • OCLC: 49612591

    Anderson, P. (1999). Technical Communication: A Reader Centered Approach (4th Ed.). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace & Company.

    Anderson, P. (1999). Technical Communication: A Reader Centered Approach (4th Ed.). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace & Company.

    Barker, T. (1997). Writing Software Documentation: A Task-Oriented Approach. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

    Barker, T. (1997). Writing Software Documentation: A Task-Oriented Approach. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

    Cook, C. (1986). Line by Line: How to Improve Your Own Writing. New York: Houghton-Mifflin.

    Cook, C. (1986). Line by Line: How to Improve Your Own Writing. New York: Houghton-Mifflin.

    Cutts, M. (1995). The plain English guide. Oxford: The Oxford University Press.

    Cutts, M. (1995). The plain English guide. Oxford: The Oxford University Press.

    Ede, L. & Lunsford, A. (1990). Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives On Collaborative Writing. Carbondale, IL: Southern Il

    Ede, L. & Lunsford, A. (1990). Singular Texts/Plural Authors: Perspectives On Collaborative Writing. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.

    Garner, B. (1998). A Dictionary Of Modern American Usage. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Garner, B. (1998). A Dictionary Of Modern American Usage. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

     

    Recommended: 519 

    Jones, D. (1998). Technical Writing Style. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

    Jones, D. (1998). Technical Writing Style. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

    Price, J. & Korman, H.. (1993). How to communicate technical information. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley.

    Price, J. & Korman, H.. (1993). How to communicate technical information. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley.

     

    recommended: 519 

    Tarshis, B. (1998). How to be your own best editor: The tool kit for everyone who writes. New York: Three Rivers Press.

    Tarshis, B. (1998). How to be your own best editor: The tool kit for everyone who writes. New York: Three Rivers Press.

     

    recommended: 519 

    Wieringa, D., Moore, C., & Barnes, V. (1998). Procedure Writing: Principles and practices (2nd Ed.). Columbus, OH: Battelle P

    Wieringa, D., Moore, C., & Barnes, V. (1998). Procedure Writing: Principles and practices (2nd Ed.). Columbus, OH: Battelle Press.

    Williams, J. (1995). Style: Toward Clarity and Grace. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Williams, J. (1995). Style: Toward Clarity and Grace. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Writing: Recommended Resources from R519