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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.
Libraries and the Internet.