Table of contents for Web-based instruction : a guide for libraries / Susan Sharpless Smith.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Figures
Acronyms
Introduction
The Problem with Traditional Bibliographic Instruction
Why Use the Web for Library Instruction?
When is Web-Based Instruction Inappropriate?
The Effectiveness of Web-Based Instruction
What's New and Different Since the 1st Edition?
What Can You Expect From This Book?
1 Setting the Stage
Overview
Web -Based Instruction
Distance Education/Learning
Distributed Learning
The Internet and the Web
What is Included in Web-Based Instruction?
Pedagogy
Learning Styles
Learning Objects
2 Library Instruction on the Web
Characteristics of Good Library Instruction
Developing Effective Web-Based Library Instruction
Ideal Library Instruction Tutorial Features
What Types of Libraries Engage in Web-Based Instruction?
Types and Examples of Web-Based Library Instruction
General Research or Reference Skills
Online Catalog Skills
Database- or Software-Specific Search Skills
Discipline- or Course-Specific Research Skills
Assignment-Specific Tutorials
Internet Skills
General Library Orientation
Information Literacy Courses
Academic Integrity and Intellectual Property
Productivity Software Applications
3 Design and Development Cycle
Preproduction
Needs Analyses
Design and Prototyping
Production
Publication
Postproduction
Marketing Strategy
Site Indexing
Site Maintenance
Planning for the Next Version
Testing and Evaluation
Project Management
Project Proposal
Time Line
Budget
Staffing and Teamwork
Resource Allocation
Reports
Client Relations
Quality Control
4 Selecting Project Development Tools
User Constraints
Hardware Issues
Browser Issues
Development Hardware
Peripheral Selection
Authoring Software Programs
HTML/Web Editors
Content Management Systems
Graphics Applications
Animation Applications
Audio Software
Video Editing Applications
Presentation Tools
Authoring Systems
Course Management Systems
Specialty Tools
Web Programming and Scripting Tools
Integrated Application Server and Authoring Tools
5 Designing the User Interface
User-Centered Design
Instructional Design and Content
Instructional Design
Open versus Closed Structure
Writing for the Web
Basic Guidelines and Principles for User-Interface Design
Navigation
Qualities of Successful Navigation Systems
Types of Navigation Systems
Navigation Methods
Placement of Navigation Tools on the Screen
Linear versus Nonlinear Navigation
Frames as a Navigation Device
Screen Layout and Presentation Aids
Layout Tables
Cascading Style Sheets
Extensible Style Languate (XSL)
Visual Design Considerations
Simplicity and Clarity
White Space
Color
Highlighting
Backgrounds
Linking
Typography
User Accessibility
Page Optimization
Visual-Based Web Editors
Tables
Optimization Tips
Optimization Tools
6 Multimedia: Using Graphics, sound, Animation and Video
Multimedia and Instruction
Benefits and Limitations of Multimedia
Mayer's Principles of Multimedia Design
Appropriateness
Multimedia Consideration
Types of Multimedia
Graphics or Images
Audio
Animation
Video
Streaming Media
SMIL
7 Interactivity
Categories of Interaction
Individual Interaction
Social Interaction
Interactivity Methods
Basic Hyperlink Interaction
Communication
Forms
Skills Practice
Interactive Animations
Image Rollovers
Database Driven
Interactivity Languages and Technologies
Web Programming Languages
Web Server Application Technologies
LAMP
Markup Languages and Interactivity
Interactivity Development tools for Nonprogrammers
Open Publication License: yourTilt, your Searchpath, TIP
Web Editors
Script Libraries
Applications and Online Services
8 Evaluation, Testing and Assessment
Why, What and How Much Evaluation?
Categories of Evaluation
Formative Evaluation
Summative Evaluation
Evaluation Methods
User Evaluation Methods
Usability Inspections
Inquiry Methods
Assessing Content Mastery
Resources
Accessibility
Animation
Assessment
Audio
Best Practices
Cascading Style Sheets
Case Studies
Clip Art
Color
Content Management Systems
Course Management Systems (CMS)
Design and Development Cycle
Development Hardware
Distance Education
Distributed Learning (Hybrid, Blended)
Evaluation and Testing
Grants and Fund Raising
Graphics
Image Optimization
Information Literacy
Instructional Design
Interactivity
Interactivity Tools
Invisible Web (Deep Web, Hidden Web)
K-12
Learning Objects
Library Instruction
Library Instruction on the Web
Markup Languages
Multimedia
Multinational Design Issues
Navigation
Online Learning Resources
Page and Site Optimization
Pedagogy
Public Libraries
Research Literature
RSS Feeds
Script Languages and Web Interaction Technologies
Script Libraries
Site Analyzers
Special Libraries
Streaming Media
Technology in Education
Tutorial Examples
Typography
Usability
User Interface Design
User-Centered Design
Video
Virtual Experiences
Voice Over IP
Web Development Sites
Web-Based Instruction
Weblogs
WebQuests
Wikis
Wireless
Glossary
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Library orientation -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Web sites -- Design.
Library Web sites -- Design.
Web-based instruction.
Libraries and the Internet.