About Iris 4-2
IRIS 4-2 was put together by Clark College in Vancouver, Washington, and was inspired by TILT: The Information Literacy Tutorials, which have been retired.
Information & Research Instruction Suite (IRIS) is an Information Literacy project developed with a grant from the Distance Learning Council of Washington.
- The site design was inspired by Clark College students of Robert Hughes' GRCP 210 (Interface Design and Interactivity) class. For several years these students have performed usability testing on library interfaces and tutorials and provided valuable feedback about what works (and doesn’t work) for students.
- Kitty Mackey managed and coordinated the project, built the site and continues to oversee the modifications.
- Pavel Popov, IT Specialist at Cannell Library is entirely responsible for the programming, design, documentation and everything else associated with the quiz workings. He also provided the functionality that allows other libraries to download, install and customize the files.
- Major parts of the content were written by Kitty Mackey (Clark College), with some parts adapted/modified from the TILT modules. Meryl Geffner (Shoreline Community College) also contributed content.
- Tyler Chen, Secretary Senior in the Office of Instruction at Clark College, took photographs that are used throughout.
Resources for Librarians
Open Publication License
- IRIS 4-2 is available for adaptation under the terms of the Open Publication License
For more information concerning NMSU Alamogordo's implementation, please contact The Learning Technology Center (firstname.lastname@example.org)