Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning by Char Booth - 1st Edition Feedback
Thanks so much for taking the time to provide feedback on the 1st edition of Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators (RTEL), published in 2011 by ALA Editions. I'm working on a 2nd edition, which is slated for publication in 2019. To inform the revision I'd love to hear any and all questions, critiques, suggestions, and/or ideas you have about the original.

This short survey can be anonymous if you choose. RTEL is meant to be a productive and active text, so all comments are valuable and will be taken into account. Instructional design models are improved through iteration, so I'm also interested in insights and critiques on the USER design method itself.

None of the questions here are required, so no worries if it's been some time and you can't recall the book in detail - general impressions are useful. You can find more information about RTEL at, and feel free to to contact me directly with feedback at charbooth at gmail dot com if that's preferable to you.

Thank you for participating, and if you'd like to be entered into a drawing for one of 10 pre-order copies of RTEL's 2nd edition, please email me at to let me know you completed this survey.
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Please briefly describe when and why you read RTEL (e.g., assigned text in a LIS course, wanted to improve my teaching, etc.).
Please rate the following elements of the 1st edition of RTEL:
structure / organization
tone / voice
pedagogical value
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What, if anything, did you learn and/or take away from RTEL?
Would you suggest revisions to the first edition? General or specific, all comments welcome.
Are there content areas you recommend integrating or expanding given changes in the LIS field since 2011?
How familiar were you with the concept of instructional design before reading RTEL?
Not at all familiar
Very familiar
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What is your impression of the USER method? Have you applied it in practice, and/or do you find it a useful support in instructional planning?
Do you have any additional comments, questions, or suggestions?
Your library focus area(s)
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