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Learner-Centered Instructional Design: Analysis

Resources on instructional design for librarians

Resources from MLS Professional Collection

The Professional Collection at MLS is housed in the Marlborugh office. Click here for information about how to request items.

Analysis: Key Questions

  • Why does your library need this workshop?
  • Who are your learners?
  • What do they already know?
  • What do they need to know?
  • What resources are already available?
  • What are the learning outcomes for your workshop?

Analysis: Web Resources

Bloom's (Digital) Taxonomy

This version of Bloom's Taxonomy - revised by Andrew Churches in 2008 to include technology-oriented goals and skills - shows action verbs you can use to brainstorm learning outcomes and activities, arranged according to Bloom's Taxonomy of learning skills.

More information from Churches about his revision:

Subject Guide

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Kelly Woodside
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Massachusetts Library System
Offices in Marlborough and Northampton
508-357-2121 x314