The Bookshelf of an Instructional Designer

What’s on the bookshelf of an Instructional Designer?

Mine has a mix of eLearning, Instructional Design, IT, and Management titles, not to exclude my stuffed Steven the Duck mascot from Stevens Institute of Technology or my friendly San Diego Zoo elephant.

What’s on your bookshelf?

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Titles include:

The ASTD E-Learning Handbook, by Rossett

The ASTD Handbook of Instructional Technology, by Piskurich

Teaching with Classroom Response Systems, by Bruff

Papers of the 2008 Conference for Undergraduate Research in Communication, by the Rochester Institute of Technology

Innovation and Entrepreneurship, by Drucker

Information Security Risk Analysis, by Peltier

Michael Allen’s Guide to e-Learning, by Allen

Competing in the Information Age, by Luftman

Fundamentals of Project Management, by Lewis

Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology, by Reiser & Dempsey

Strategies and Techniques of Law School Teaching, by Katz & O’Neill

Designing Effective Instruction, by Morrison, Ross, Kalman, & Kemp

Instructional Design, by Smith & Ragan

The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship, by Bygrave

Strategic Management: Formulation, Implementation, and Control, by Pearce & Robinson

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge

Managing the Information Technology Resource, by Luftman

Evaluating Training Programs, by Kirkpatrick & Kirkpatrick

Design for How People Learn, by Dirksen

Now You See It, by Davidson

Exploring More Signature Pedagogies, by Chick

Foundations of Educational Technology, by Spector

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About Julie Tausend Burba

Instructional Designer at Hulu, Ed Tech and Project Management enthusiast. MBA Technology Management, MS Management, BS Communications, Traveler and Cook.

Posted on July 18, 2013, in Educational Technology, Instructional Design, Management, Project Management, Tausend Talks Shop, Technology Management and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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