Jason and Anna are joined by Meredith Farkas to discuss her recent American Libraries' "Technology in Practice" column, The Guide on the Side. Discussion includes the evolution of interactive learning objects, as well as the development and placement of learning objects to achieve learning outcomes and to maximize usage.
Meredith is head of instructional services at Portland State University in Oregon. She is also part-time faculty at San José State University School of Library and Information Science. She blogs at Information Wants to Be Free and created Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki.
- Meredith's most recent "Technology in Practice" column, The Guide on the Side
- UA’s JSTOR Tutorial, using The Guide on the Side software
- cakephp → http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CakePHP
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