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Instructional Systems Development

Textbooks

Please refer to the list provided for required course texts, by semester. You may order books through the UMBC Bookstore (in-person or online at http://bookstore.umbc.edu/). If you decide to drop a course and need to return your textbooks, check the bookstore at http://bookstore.umbc.edu/ for the last date you can return books. All textbook returns require the original purchase receipt and your UMBC student ID card. If your course is not listed it may have recently been added to the schedule or the instructor has not provided text information.


List of Textbooks for Fall 2018:

Course Name/Section

Instructor

Textbooks and Materials

EDUC 602 sections 04 and 05: 
Instructional Systems Development I (#2042 and 7646)

Hodell, C.

Required:
Hodell, C. (2015). ISD From the Ground Up, (4th ed.).  ATD Press. 
ISBN:  978-1562869984

EDUC 603 section 01: Instructional Systems Development II (#2043)

Campos, J.

None

EDUC 605 section 01: The Adult Learner (#2044)

Hodell, C.

Required:
Galbraith, M. (2004). Adult Learning Methods (3rd ed.). Malabar, FL: Kreiger Publishing Co.
ISBN:  978-1575242323

Knowles, M. (2015) The Adult Learner: The Definitive Classic in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, (8th ed.). Taylor.
ISBN:  978-0415739023

EDUC 647 section 01:  Distance Training (#2049)

Weinstein, S.

Required:
Meister, J. (2010). The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today. Harper Business.
ISBN 978-0061763274

Veletsianos, G. (2010). Emerging Technologies in Distance Education (Issues in Distance Education). UBC Press.
ISBN: 978-1897425763
*There is a free PDF version available at: http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/120177

Zawacki-Richter, O. (Ed.) (2014). Online Distance Education Towards a Research Agenda. University of Washington Press.
ISBN 978-1927356623
*There is a free PDF version available at: http://www.aupress.ca/index.php/books/120233

EDUC 671 section 01 & 02: Principles of Training & Development  (#2045 & 2046)

Berge, Z.

Required:
Biech, E. (Ed.) (2014). ASTD Handbook The Definitive Reference for Training and Development (2nd ed.).ASTD.
ISBN: 978-1562869137

EDUC 681 section 01: Survey of Instructional Technology Applications (#2047)

Kellerman, P.

Required:
Software: Adobe Captivate 2017

Siegel, K. (2017). Adobe Captivate 2017: The Essentials Workbook. IconLogic, Inc.
ISBN: 9781944607098

EDUC 682 section 01: Instructional Technology Design and Development (#2048)

Berthau, C.

Required:
Software: Adobe Captivate 2017

Siegel, K. (2017). Adobe Captivate 2017: Beyond the Essentials. IconLogic, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1944607159

EDUC 683 section 01:  Multi-Media Project Management (#4545)

Ahmad, R.

Required:
Software: Adobe Captivate
Clark, R., & Mayer, R. (2016). e-Learning and the Science of Instruction (4th ed.). Wiley 
ISBN: 978-1119158660

EDUC 689 section 04: Advance Special Topics – Connecting ISD and Performance (#5755)

Zaranis, C.

Required:
Hammond, S. (2013). The Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry (3rd ed). Thin Book Publishing.
ISBN: 978-0988953802

EDUC 771 section 03:  Research Designs in Education (#2141)

Curran, K.

Required:
Clardy, A. (1997) Studying your workforce: Applied Research Methods and Tools for the Training and Development Practitioner. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Publications.
ISBN: 978-0803973220

Fowler, F. J. (1995). Improving survey questions: design and evaluation. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Publications.
ISBN: 978-080394583.

Krueger, R. (2014). Focus Groups: A Practical Guide for Applied Research, (5th ed.) Sage Publications. 
ISBN: 978-1483365244

Rubin, H. (2011). Qualitative Interviewing: the art of hearing data. (3rd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Publications.
ISBN: 978-1412978378.

EDUC 792T section 01: ISD Internship-Training (#2138)

Williams, G.

None

EDUC 794 section 02: ISD Project Seminar (#4818)

Williams, G.

None

 

 




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