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Loex of the West: Teaching and Learning in a Climate of Constant Change Vol: 34

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31 May 1996
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
264 pages - 156 x 234 x 15mm
Foundations in Library and Information Sciences
This is an examination of the technological advances in the field of library and information technology. It covers topics such as coping with multiple database personalities, the Internet and teaching the library and electronic resources on television. It aims to contribute to all those trying to traverse the "electronic landscape" and keep in touch with this "climate of change".
Glacier or avalanche - shifts in the electronic, education, and library landscape, Lizabeth A. Wilson; designing instruction on the electronic frontier, Randall Hensley, Mary Ellen Litzinger; Godzilla versus King Kong, Vicky Pengelly; Internet instruction at the University of Montana, Barry Brown; without a Net - supporting ourselves in a tremulous atmosphere, Jeris Cassel, Bethann Zambella; library instruction for faculty, Gale Burrow, Cynthia Snyder; incorporating information technologies instruction, Helene Lafrance, Bonnie Gratch; the literate librarian and information technology, Thomas W. Leonhardt; Internet resource discovery, Craig Gibson, John Meade; Internet - the good, the bad, the ugly, Billie Joy Reinhardt, Gary B. Thompson; remote access and active learning in context, Lori Arp et al; teaching the library and electronic resources on television, Naomi Lederer; the gateway to information, Fred Roecker; use of Macromedia Director and QuickTime for multimedia classroom presentations, Paul T. Adalian, Jr.; grace under pressure - coping with multiple database personalities, Linda Friend, Bonnie Osif.

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