The demand for instructional design librarianship is increasing. The trend is due to higher education’s focus on integrating information literacy content in academic disciplines. The generic ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation) design model is traditionally used to develop information literacy instruction and content. The IDEA (interview, design, embed, assess) Model is a library-specific systematic approach to integrating information literacy instruction and resources within academic courses. The process is based upon instructional design best practice and cognitive and behavioral learning theories. Close collaboration between library and academic faculty is evident throughout. Flowcharts, forms, and rubrics guide librarians not formally trained in instructional design through the process.
Mullins, Kim, "Good IDEA: Instructional Design Model for Integrating Information Literacy" (2014). Post Library Faculty Publications. 7.