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    Instructional Psychology and Technology is a branch of study concerned with understanding the ideas, principles, and theories related to improving instruction. Instructional Psychology and Technology deals with identifying and implementing improvements in instruction and understanding the principles that influence these improvements. IP&T applies these principles to solve instructional problems, which occur in educational settings, including public schools and universities, government, church, military, business, and industry. These books were all written or edited by faculty in BYU's IP&T Department.
    Foundations of Learning and Instructional Design Technology: Historical Roots and Current TrendsK-12 Blended Teaching: A Guide to Personalized Learning and Online Integration, 1The K-12 Educational Technology HandbookThe Students' Guide to Learning Design and ResearchDesign for Learning: Principles, Processes, and PraxisK-12 Blended Teaching: A Guide to Practice Within the Disciplines, 2Qualitative Inquiry in Daily LifeVisuals in Learning Design: An Introductory Guidebook with Learning ActivitiesRapid Academic WritingEdTech in the Wild: critical blog postsEducation Research: Across Multiple Paradigms50 Years of Education Research Trends: A Synthetic History from 1970 to 2020Teaching With Asynchronous Video: Strategies for Online PractitionersDesigning Surveys for Evaluations and ResearchAn Introduction to Open EducationEvaluation and DesignLight + Learning: Open Scholarship on Learning, Design, and Technology, 2022