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ERIC Number: ED424862
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 412
Abstractor: N/A
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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)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Central Michigan Univ., Mount Pleasant.