This article provides an overview of the current trends in information and communication technology affecting library services and recommends how, because of these trends, library and information science (LIS) curricula should turn an inquisitive, interdisciplinary eye toward the field of educational technology. Gaps in current LIS professional training and practice are cited, curriculum standards in LIS and educational technology programs are described and compared, and examples are presented to demonstrate how educational technology pedagogy and practice help to successfully augment library skills, service, and practice.
Miller, M. J. (2005). "Cross-disciplinary prospecting: Educational Technology offers up gold for Library and Information Science curricula." Electronic Journal of Academic and Special Librarianship: 6, 1-2.