Design in Educational Technology

Design Thinking, Design Process, and the Design Studio

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ISBN: 978-3-319-00926-1 (Print) 978-3-319-00927-8 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-13

    Design, Designers, and Reflection-in-Action

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    Pages 15-36

    Eight Views of Instructional Design and What They Should Mean to Instructional Designers

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    Pages 37-56

    Critical Issues in Studio Pedagogy: Beyond the Mystique and Down to Business

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    Pages 57-73

    In Education We All Want to Be Nice: Lessons Learned from a Multidisciplinary Design Studio

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    Pages 75-88

    When Design Meets Hollywood: Instructional Design in a Production Studio Environment

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    Pages 89-106

    Understanding and Examining Design Activities with Cultural Historical Activity Theory

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    Pages 107-124

    The Rhetoric of Instructional Design Cases: Knowledge Building Via Examples of Process and Product

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    Pages 125-141

    The Many Facets of Design and Research in Instructional Design

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    Pages 143-159

    Reconceptualizing Instructional Message Design: Toward the Development of a New Guiding Framework

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    Pages 161-184

    Development of Design Judgment in Instructional Design: Perspectives from Instructors, Students, and Instructional Designers

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    Pages 185-204

    Ethics and Design: Rethinking Professional Ethics as Part of the Design Domain

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    Pages 205-221

    EDISYS: A Tool for Enhancing Design Inquiry

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    Pages 223-247

    Improving Instructional Design Processes Through Leadership-Thinking and Modeling

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    Pages 249-259

    Higher Education Leaders as Designers

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    Pages 261-270

    Designing for the Half-Known World: Lessons for Instructional Designers from the Craft of Narrative Fiction

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 271-273