ERIC Number: ED460795
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
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Curricular/Instructional Technology Resources.
Roy, Loriene, Comp.
Part of a larger report on the Four Directions Project, an American Indian technology innovation project, this section includes 10 "pathfinders" to locating information on learning and instructional technology resources. The pathfinders were designed by students in the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Texas at Austin in response to specific requests by educators in reservation schools. The pathfinders are bibliographic instructional aids that outline methods to locate information on topics of interest to a particular client. Each pathfinder includes an introduction that describes the nature of the topic, scope of the pathfinder, assessment of client needs, and steps taken in identifying and evaluating relevant resources; an annotated bibliography of 15-25 resources, including print reference works, monographs, indexes, journal titles, electronic resources, and organizations; and the pathfinder proper, a guide to locating resources on the topic. The pathfinders are: (1) "Native American Learning Resources: A Pathfinder" (Beth Royall); (2) "The Psychology of Human Learning: A Pathfinder for High School Teachers" (Ruth K. Chiego); (3) "Building a Virtual Museum: A Pathfinder of Resources for the Four Directions Project" (Lee Bell); (4) "Pathfinder on QuickTime" (Jennifer Thomas); (5) "Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Pathfinder" (Roger Magnus); (6) "Pathfinder to Animation: Using Technology To Learn, Learning To Use Technology" (Hope Kandel); (7) "Tips for Better Photography: A Pathfinder" (Jennifer Morley); (8) "Oral History: Resources for Teachers" (Michelle Beattie); (9) "Starting on Your Ojibwe Family History: Internet Resources" (Candice Weaver); and (10) "The Impact of Technology on Indigenous Cultures: A Pathfinder" (Gina Leiss). (SV)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom; Reference Materials - Bibliographies
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Audience: Community; Practitioners
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