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User Education in Health Sciences Libraries

User Education in Health Sciences Libraries

by M Sandra Wood


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ISBN-13: 9781560249641
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/28/1995
Pages: 298

Table of Contents

Contents Preface
  • Introduction
  • Part I: Program Planning and Implementation
  • Creating Educational Programs in Libraries: Introduction and Part 1—Training and Education
  • Creating Educational Programs in Libraries: Part 2—Feasibility
  • Creating Educational Programs in Libraries: Part 3—Costs
  • Administrative Structures for Education Programs
  • Developing a Teaching Effectiveness Program for Librarians: The Ohio State University Experience
  • Defining What Instructional Librarians Need to Know About Information Technologies
  • Breaking New Ground in Curriculum Integrated Instruction
  • Making Housecalls: An Alternative to Library Classroom Instruction
  • Bibliographic Instruction in the Hospital Library
  • Part II: Teaching End-User Searching
  • Teaching End Users the CD Plus MEDLINE Menu Mode in Thirty Minutes
  • A Graphical Teaching Aid for Explaining MEDLINE and Access to It
  • Teaching Computer Searching to Health Care Professionals: Why Does It Take So Long?
  • End-User Training: Does It Make a Difference?
  • End-User Searching and New Roles for Librarians
  • Part III: Research in User Education
  • Reflections on Educational Research Needed in Special Libraries
  • User Education in Academic Health Sciences Libraries: Results of a Survey
  • CD-ROM MEDLINE Training: A Survey of Medical School Libraries
  • An Analysis of Transaction Logs to Evaluate the Educational Needs of End Users
  • Part IV: Information Management Education and Computer Literacy Programs
  • New Roles for the Medical Librarian in an Information Management Environment
  • Teaching Computer Literacy: Helping Patrons to Help Themselves
  • The Librarian as Consultant and Educator for Personal File Management Software
  • Building a Clinical Consulting Program
  • Introducing Computer Literacy Skills for Physicians
  • Information Management Education for Students in the Health Care Professions: A Coordinated, Integrated Plan
  • Part V: Computer-Assisted Instruction and Audiovisual Aids
  • Library Orientation on Videotape: Production Planning and Administrative Support
  • Watch Your Language[in ital.]: A CAI Approach to Teaching MeSH
  • A Sam Starr Mystery: Building a Computerized Tour for the Library
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

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