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Welcome, Instructional Designers and Technologists!
Welcome to the Neumann Library's subject guide for Instructional Design and Technology! I hope you will find it helpful. Use the navy blue tabs to find resources and tips about research related to instructional technology, including using the library's databases and citing print and electronic resources.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by e-mail or telephone. If you would like more immediate assistance while the Research Consultation Desk is open, click the green "Ask a Librarian" link at the top of the page or ask a question in the "Ask a Librarian" or "Chat with a Librarian" boxes below.
To start your search, use these electronic reference resources to find definitions, dates and other background information.
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