Evolution in Reference and Information Services : The Impact of the Internet

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Evolution in Reference and Information Services : The Impact of the Internet

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 246 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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Explore ways to bring and keep your library's electronic services up to date!From editor Di Su: "Some years ago, if you were told that a library's catalog would be available on a 24/7/365 basis, you'd think it was just another fiction. Perhaps as influential as Johannes Gutenberg's invention of movable type printing, the Internet is one of the most significant happenings in the information world in modern times."In addition to showing you how library services have been influenced and enhanced by the advent of the Internet, Evolution in Reference and Information Services: The Impact of the Internet will enable you to make the most of the new opportunities that current technologies offer. This valuable book will also help you and your library avoid the pitfalls and new challenges to professional competency that come along with electronic research.Evolution in Reference and Information Services:

gives you a review of the history of electronic reference
looks at the increasing role of librarians as teachers and providers of technical help for users
provides case studies and ways to evaluate electronic research methods
suggests strategies for providing effective electronic services
examines government Web sites
explores Internet sources of health information
shows you how to establish electronic services through your library's portal site
looks at how to manage a library computer lab and much more!


From Magicians to Teachers: The Development of Electronic Reference in Libraries: 1930-2000
Teaching and Training
The Impact of the Internet: Increasing the Reference Librarian's Role as Teacher
Reference, Mental Models, and Teaching Technology
The Evolution of Internet Training in a Corporate Library
Electronic Service
E-Mail Reference: Who, When, Where, and What Is Asked
Internet Engineering Reference—An Academic Strategy
Meeting Reference Responsibilities Through Library Web Sites
Evaluation and Analysis
Evaluating Electronic Reference Services: Issues, Approaches, and Criteria
Historical Fabrications on the Internet: Recognition, Evaluation, and Use in Bibliographic Instruction
Government Information on the Web
Finding and Evaluating Health Sources on the Internet: An Overview
Information Technology (IT) Management
The Impact of "Scholar's Workstations" in an Undergraduate Academic Library: Would a Holistic Approach Work?
Libraries to Labs: Managing Public Access Computer Labs in an Academic Library Environment
Reference Notes Included