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EdTech 504 Reflective Learning Log – Final Reflection

Having never learned about learning theory in my Library Science master’s program, but still being expected to teach, gaining this important theoretical foundation will help me improve my professional practice as I better understand how instructional approach can be guided … Continue reading

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Module 4 Reflection – Interconnectedness

In reflecting on my attempts to understand and differentiate between and absorb all of this new information about learning theories, it occurs to me that it might make more sense for me to stop trying to see them all as … Continue reading

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Module 3 Reflection

One of my goals in pursuing the Master of Educational Technology degree at Boise State University was to be employed in a position that aligned my love of academic librarianship with my interest in incorporating technology into instruction. Two courses … Continue reading

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Reflection: Learning Theories

Library science programs are kind of notorious for neglecting to teach their students how to teach. This is unfortunate for librarians, many of whom find instruction to be prominent aspects of their positions. It has been unfortunate for me. My … Continue reading

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Reflections on Defining Educational Technology

I believe it is time for AECT to revisit the definition of educational technology. Continue reading

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