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The demand for and technology needed to create effective distance learning programs are increasing at a breakneck pace. Is your institution keeping up?
As educators, information professionals are faced with the challenge of providing Web-based library instructional materials in a time of ever-changing technologies. This book will help you address that daunting challenge, examining ways to assess user needs, to develop and offer well-thought-out information literacy courses, to employ appropriate teaching methodologies, and to determine the effectiveness of existing information literacy programs.
With Distance Learning: Information Access and Services for Virtual Users, you will examine:
|The Challenges and Benefits of Asynchronous Learning Networks||3|
|What Distance Learners Should Know About Information Retrieval on the World Wide Web||19|
|Yahoo! Do You Google? Virtual Reference Overview||31|
|The Growing and Changing Role of Consortia in Providing Direct and Indirect Support for Distance Higher Education||39|
|Instructional Services for Distance Education||63|
|Virtual Teaching: Library Instruction via the Web||71|
|Information Literacy at Ulster County Community College: Going the Distance||89|
|Implications of Culture in Distance Education||107|
|Assessing Outcomes with Nursing Research Assignments and Citation Analysis of Student Bibliographies||121|