Faced with new educational technologies, the changing nature of access to information, and advances in understandings of how people learn, instruction managers seek strategies for incorporating technology into teaching and learning. This article presents theoretical frameworks relating to technological change and innovation, and then discusses how those theories can be applied to the management of instruction programs in libraries. The theories are also applied to understanding the integration of technology into teaching and learning. Discussion of specific examples highlights both the incorporation of technology into teaching and learning, as well as the use of technology to manage instruction programs.
- Information literacy
- Library instruction
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Public Administration
- Library and Information Sciences