Sunday, December 15, 2013

Providing Library Instruction to Distance Learning Students in the Twenty-First Century: Meeting the Current and Changing Needs of a Diverse Community

This study examines the variety of instructional practices employed in distance learning librarianship from the end of the Twentieth Century through the early beginnings of the Twenty-First Century. The authors provide a rough review of the literature on distance learning library instruction, and the study highlights the instructional services provided at two academic institutions with distinctly different clienteles and missions—one a large American university and the other a large Caribbean university.


Cite:

Providing Library Instruction to Distance Learning Students in the 21st Century / Evadne McLean, Stephen H. Dew / Journal of Library Administration  / Vol. 45 / Iss. 3-4 / 315-337/ 2006.

Source and Full Text Available At:

[http://libres.uncg.edu/ir/uncg/f/S_Dew_Providing_081208.pdf]

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