Cammy Bean started me thinking about the books I’ve kept from my IS program over in her thread What is Instructional Design?
Since I am slacking this morning – totally delaying starting my homework and work – I thought I’d drag out the books I’ve kept from my IS program. Here they are, in no particular order:
- Mastering the Instructional Design Process, Rothwell & Kazanas (this one had several airline boarding passes in it as bookmarks, I remember that semester!!)
- The Program Evaluation Standards, Sanders
- Psychology of Learning for Instructions, Driscoll
- Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology, Reiser (my advisor!) & Dempsey
- The Systematic Design of Instruction, Dick, Carey & Carey
I am in my last semester. I’ve been arguing with everything the first book we are reading says, so not sure if I’ll keep it. Its Mayer’s Multimedia Learning.
So – what have you read for your IS degree?
Bob Mager – the original Learning Objectives book
Robert Gagne – Principles of Instructional Design & Conditions of Learning
Dick and Carey – The Systematic Design of Instruction
Jeroold Kemp – Designing Effective Instruction and an Instructional Media Book
Strong FSU influence although instructors were from Indiana University and Michigan State
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