ERIC Number: ED424862
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
The Off-Campus Library Services Conference Proceedings (7th, San Diego, California, October 25-27, 1995).
Jacob, Carol J., Comp.
This conference proceedings of off-campus library services includes 37 papers covering the following topics: ensuring excellence in distance library services; DePaul University's research consultation service; using videos to promote library service; a virtual academic library project in England; student-centered library instruction off campus; interactive access; a national study of external degree program/library coordination; off-campus faculty perceptions of the value of library user education; information literacy; accreditation of off-campus library services; development of academic library outreach services; providing off-campus library service using notebook computers for remote access; branch campus library needs assessment; information support to distance postgraduate business students; interlibrary loan as supplier-provider for off-campus students; ERIC on CD-ROM as a multicultural research tool; library services in interactive instructional television classes; faculty awareness and attitudes regarding library services to off-campus students; navigating distance education library services in Hawaii; integrating library instruction into course modules; starting an off-campus library services program; teaching library skills to adult students; collaboration with faculty to integrate information literacy into the curriculum; developing off-campus services in Utah; faculty and liaison for the off-campus library services conference; customer services quality; distance education library services at Old Dominion University; how distance librarians stay connected; resource sharing; the Northern Alberta Library and Information Network (NORALINK); academic transformation and information services at the University of South Africa; library needs of rural distance education students; management issues for off-campus library delivery services; using the Academic Institution-Building Model (AIBM) to assess performance of off-campus library services; off-campus reference services; bibliographic instruction; reference services to graduate independent study students; and research priorities. (DLS)
Descriptors: Academic Libraries, Access to Information, Distance Education, Electronic Libraries, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Information Literacy, Information Technology, Librarian Teacher Cooperation, Library Administration, Library Instruction, Library Planning, Library Services, Marketing, Outreach Programs, Program Development, Quality Control, Shared Resources and Services, Student Attitudes, Teacher Attitudes, User Needs (Information), Users (Information)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Central Michigan Univ., Mount Pleasant.