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Guder, Christopher – Public Services Quarterly, 2013
Professional development is, in essence, a form of lifelong learning, and as such, can be viewed within the context of pedagogical concepts. More specifically, professional development is a process that builds on the experiences of the professional through assessment and reflection. The library as an organization acts like a teacher or instructor…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Learner Engagement, Lifelong Learning, Portfolios (Background Materials)
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Guder, Christopher – Public Services Quarterly, 2009
In terms of exploring the status of Second Life (SL) usage in libraries, it would be useful to not only look at how and why the virtual world is being used but also how SL compares to successfully implemented innovations of the past. Comparing and contrasting the characteristics of previously accepted innovations with those of SL will help…
Descriptors: Libraries, Computer Simulation, Innovation, Comparative Analysis