Instructional Design Books I’ve read for my IS degree

Cammy Bean started me thinking about the books I’ve kept from my IS program over in her thread What is Instructional Design?

Since I am slacking this morning – totally delaying starting my homework and work – I thought I’d drag out the books I’ve kept from my IS program. Here they are, in no particular order:

I am in my last semester. I’ve been arguing with everything the first book we are reading says, so not sure if I’ll keep it. Its Mayer’s Multimedia Learning.

So – what have you read for your IS degree?

2 thoughts on “Instructional Design Books I’ve read for my IS degree

  1. Bob Mager – the original Learning Objectives book
    Robert Gagne – Principles of Instructional Design & Conditions of Learning
    Dick and Carey – The Systematic Design of Instruction
    Jeroold Kemp – Designing Effective Instruction and an Instructional Media Book

    Strong FSU influence although instructors were from Indiana University and Michigan State

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