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Instructional Objectives: A Means to Designing Effective Instructional Sessions for Hospital Librarians

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Instructional Objectives: A Means to Designing Effective Instructional Sessions for Hospital Librarians

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Title: Instructional Objectives: A Means to Designing Effective Instructional Sessions for Hospital Librarians
Author: Teal, Janis; Wax, Diane; Eldredge, Jonathan; Hendrix, Ingrid
Subject(s): Learning objectives
Instructional objectives
Instructional design
Teaching methods
Computer user training
MEDLINE
Hospital libraries
Librarians
Abstract: The formal teaching role is becoming an accepted responsibility for the health sciences librarian in hospital libraries as well as at large academic health sciences center libraries. This article explains how to design effective educational sessions by writing clear instructional objectives in behavioral format. After reading this article, the hospital librarian should be able to write simple and clear instructional objectives for the teaching of MEDLINE, arrange the objectives in a logical sequence to structure the teaching experience, and apply them to the evaluation of the learning outcomes.
Date: 2004
Publisher: Haworth Information Press
Citation: Journal of Hospital Librarianship, Vol. 4(2), 2004: 47-56
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/316
ISSN: 1532-3269

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