Core Instructional Technologies Interest Group

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Purpose: A place for librarians to explore emerging technologies for instructional purposes and to share ideas and best practices in instructional design and technology.

This group is part of Core's Technology Section.

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Winter issue of Tips & Trends: QR Codes

  • 1.  Winter issue of Tips & Trends: QR Codes

    Posted Jan 11, 2024 02:46 PM

    Published by the Instructional Technologies Committee of the ACRL Instruction Section, Tips & Trends introduces and discusses new, emerging, or even familiar technologies that can be used in library instruction.  The latest Tips & Trends article is QR Codes in Instruction and Outreach. Authors Elizabeth Sterner and Kelly Safin highlight examples of the technology's use and resurgence in recent years.

    The latest article and past issues are available on the Instructional Technologies Committee webpage. Recent topics include student response systems, virtual reality, and Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI).



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    Melissa Johnson
    Instructional Design & Educational Technologies Librarian
    Southern Methodist University
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