V. Becoming an LIDT Professional
Becoming an LIDT professional is more than knowing some theory, and having some design or technical skills. You must learn how to network with other professionals, engage with professional organizations, and perhaps (hopefully!) contribute your growing insights back to the research and design literature through publication. These chapters will seek to guide you on this journey, as well as in establishing a moral foundation for your work as an LIDT professional.
42. The Moral Dimensions of Instructional DesignOsguthorpe, R. T., Osguthorpe, R. , Jacob, W. J., & Davies, R. S.43. Creating an Intentional Web PresenceLowenthal, P. R., Dunlap, J. C., & Stitson, P.44. Where Should Educational Technologists Publish Their Research?Ritzhaupt, A. D., Sessums, C. D., & Johnson, M. C.45. Rigor, Influence, and Prestige in Academic PublishingRich, P. J. & West, R. E.46. Educational Technology ConferencesLowenthal, P. R.47. Networking at ConferencesBorup, J., Hawkins, A., & Gheen, T.48. PIDT, the Important Unconference for AcademicsWest, R. E.
CC BY: This work is released under a CC BY license, which means that you are free to do with it as you please as long as you properly attribute it.