CoverAcknowledgementsIntroductionList of AuthorsAuthor IndexI. Definitions and History1. The Proper Way to Become an Instructional Technologist2. What Is This Thing Called Instructional Design?3. History of LIDT4. A Short History of the Learning Sciences5. LIDT Timeline6. Programmed Instruction7. Edgar Dale and the Cone of Experience8. Twenty Years of EdTechII. Learning and Instruction9. Memory10. Intelligence11. Behaviorism, Cognitivism, Constructivism12. Sociocultural Perspectives of Learning13. Learning Communities14. Communities of Innovation15. Motivation Theories and Instructional Design16. Motivation Theories on Learning17. Informal Learning18. Overview of Problem-Based Learning19. Connectivism20. An Instructional Theory for the Post-Industrial Age21. Using the First Principles of Instruction to Make Instruction Effective, Efficient, and EngagingIII. Design22. Instructional Design Models23. Design Thinking and Agile Design24. What and how do designers design?25. The Development of Design-Based Research26. A Survey of Educational Change Models27. Performance Technology28. Defining and Differentiating the Makerspace29. User Experience DesignIV. Technology and Media30. United States National Educational Technology Plan31. Technology Integration in Schools32. K-12 Technology Frameworks33. What Is Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge?34. The Learner-Centered Paradigm of Education35. Distance Learning36. Old Concerns with New Distance Education Research37. Open Educational Resources38. The Value of Serious Play39. Video Games and the Future of Learning40. Educational Data Mining and Learning Analytics41. Opportunities and Challenges with Digital Open BadgesV. Becoming an LIDT Professional42. The Moral Dimensions of Instructional Design43. Creating an Intentional Web Presence44. Where Should Educational Technologists Publish Their Research?45. Rigor, Influence, and Prestige in Academic Publishing46. Educational Technology Conferences47. Networking at Conferences48. PIDT, the Important Unconference for AcademicsVI. Preparing for an LIDT Career49. What Are the Skills of an Instructional Designer?50. Careers in Academia: The Secret Handshake51. Careers in K-12 Education52. Careers in Museum Learning53. Careers in ConsultingFinal Reading AssignmentIndex of Topics

Interviews with Design-Based Researchers (Videos)

Editor’s Note

The following are interviews with foundational design-based research scholars. These interviews were done by graduate students at the American Educational Research Association conference in 2006, under the direction of Dr. Thomas Reeves at the University of Georgia. These and other videos are available at

[]Sasha Barab “Two Examples of Design-Based Research and the Development of Theory” []

Barab, S. (Speaker). (2006). Two Examples of Design-Based Research and the Development of Theory [Video]. Available from

[]Sasha Barab “Publishing Design-Based Research” []

Barab, S. (Speaker). (2006). Publishing Design-Based Research [Video]. Available from

[]Brenda Bannan-Ritland “Decision-Making in Design-Based Research” []

Bannan-Ritland, B. (Speaker). (2006). Decision-Making in Design-Based Research [Video]. Available from

[]Paul Cobb “Characteristics of Design-Based Research and Theories” []

Cobb, P. (Speaker). (2006). Characteristics of Design-Based Research and Theories [Video]. Available from

[]Allen M. Collins “Design-Based Research: Reflections on the Past and the Future” []

Collins, A. M. (Speaker). (2006). Design-Based Research: Reflections on the Past and the Future [Video]. Available from

Chris Hoadley “The Unique Attributes of Design-Based Research” []

Hoadley, C. (Speaker). (2006). The Unique Attributes of Design-Based Research [Video]. Available from

[]Anthony E. Kelly “Is Design-Based Research a Method on Its Own?” []

Kelly, A. E. (Speaker). (2006). Is Design-Based Research a Method on Its Own? [Video]. Available from

[]Susan McKenney “Multiple Roles and Multiple Researchers in Design-Based Research” []

McKenney, S. (Speaker). (2006). Multiple Roles and Multiple Researchers in Design-Based Research [Video]. Available from

[]Thomas C. Reeves “Responsibility and []Transp []arency [] in Design-Based Research” []

Reeves, T. C. (Speaker). (2006). Responsibility and Transparency in Design-Based Research [Video]. Available from

[]William Sandoval “Data Collection and Design-Based Research” []

Sandoval, W. (Speaker). (2006). Data Collection and Design-Based Research [Video]. Available from

[]Channel with Assorted Interviews and Presentations []

DesignBasedResearch. (n.d.). Home [YouTube Channel]. Available from


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