Supporting Learning Technology Initiatives by using Backward Design and the Reference Interview

Your Name and Title:
Jacqueline Burger
Associate Professor
Learning Technologies Librarian
Library, School, or Organization Name:
Bucks County Community College 
Co-Presenter Name(s):
Area of the World from Which You Will Present:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA 
Language in Which You Will Present:
Target Audience(s):
Librarians, Instructional Technologists, Instructional Designers, IT support professionals 
Short Session Description (one line):
Learn how to use the perfect pair of strategies, backward design and the reference interview, to support instructional technology initiatives.
Full Session Description (as long as you would like): 
In supporting faculty with using technology in the classroom, having a conversation to identify their desired outcome and working backwards to determine the appropriate tools, support services, resources and procedures results in constructive, engaging instructional technology idea initiatives. The conversation between an Instructional Technologist and faculty to identify their goals mimics a reference interview, and the process of supporting and using the technology in the classroom replicates backwards design. This session will feature a summary of the use of the reference interview and backward design to implement an iPad project, a VR activity, and a VoiceThread enhanced course. 
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