Monday, December 9, 2013

Dynamic Distance: Online Promotion Tools for Libraries Serving Virtual Learners

  • Abstract 

  • The Marden Education Centre Library and the SIDE Resources Centre are developing strategies using online technologies to provide a dynamic library service to a range of learners, many of whom are geographically isolated. Through the use of web-based tools such as learning management systems, online classrooms and Web 2.0 applications, teacher librarians in distance learning settings work to promote the library and its services to a range of clients to develop student literacy and information literacy. These technologies create opportunities for personal contact and to enable students to work collaboratively with their peers. This paper provides practical examples of the authors' work. [Author abstract]

  • Cite: 

  • Dynamic distance : online promotion tools for libraries serving virtual learners . Johnston, S; Scott, C .Hearts on fire : sharing the passion : ASLA XX Biennial Conference Proceedings 2007 : held in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia 2-5 October 2007.

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