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Student Projects Created as Part of ITLS Courses

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Electronic Textile Guide: LilyTiny Project Student Guide

Author: Anna Strommer and Deborah Fields
Date: 2014 Spring
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5285/6285 Craft Technologies

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Electronic Textile Guide: Light-Up Bracelet Student Guide

Author: Anna Strommer and Deborah Fields
Date: 2014 Spring
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5285/6285 Craft Technologies

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First Principles of Instruction - iBook Textbook Creative Project

Author: Tomas Villegas
Date: 2013 Spring
Course Number & Title: ITLS 6960 Creative Project

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Introduction to Simplified Chinese Radicals

Author: Kenneth Larsen
Date: 2012 Fall
Course Number & Title: ITLS 6520 Projects in Instructional Technology

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Histograms Learning Websites for Students and Business Professionals

Authors: Kathy Harris, Dru Brown, Randall Hugie, Anna Strommer, Jeff Fairbourn, and Annisa Potts
Date: 2012 Fall
Course Number & Title: ITLS 6520 Projects in Instructional Technology

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The FIFA World Cup

Authors: Alex Brown and Marcelo Cruz
Date: 2012 Fall
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5245 Interactive Multimedia Production

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A Guide To Cupcakes

Author: Alli Brown
Date: 2011 Spring
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5245 Interactive Multimedia Production

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USU Admission Process

Authors: Chris Garff, Cori Siddoway, and Samantha Spendlove
Date: 2011 Spring
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5245 Interactive Multimedia Production

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Elevator Speech

Authors: Margo Tackett, Sidney Miller, Zach Poulter, Leslee Hurd, and Pam Oles
Date: 2012 Fall
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5000/6060 School Library Media Foundations and Information Management

Assignment Description: Write an elevator speech about school librarianship explaining what it is, why it is important and why you are excited     about it. Your audience is friends and family or your teacher colleagues and principal. Your speech should be 100 words or shorter. If you are in ITLS6060: In addition to your elevator speech, prepare a tweet that conveys the same information. Tweets are 140 character posts on Twitter, which is a micro blogging service (http://www.twitter.com).

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Search Engine Review

Author: Sydney James, Elizabeth Scholes and Brad Butcher
Date: 2012/2013 Spring
Course Number & Title: ITLS 5030/6030 Information Access and Technology

Assignment Description: Write a short review (500 words or less) about your (non-Google only) search engine. Describe your search engine (name, URL). What does it do? What makes it special? What are some neat features? What are its strengths, what are its weaknesses?

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Ebook Publishing Made Easy

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