Distance Learning Librarians: Their Shared Vision, 2009

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Title
Distance Learning Librarians: Their Shared Vision
Date
2009
Material Type
Journal Article
Creator/Author
Casey, Anne Marie, Central Michigan University Libraries
Publisher
Routledge
Copyright
Copyright 2009 by Routledge. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner.
Subject
Shared vision; Distance learning library services; Academic libraries--United States; Leadership
Description
Distance learning librarians provide library services to distance learning students and faculty. Those services are expected to be equivalent to those accessible on campus. To provide equivalent service, a vision shared by colleagues in the library, the teaching faculty, and the distance learning staff may be needed. This study examines those visions that guided the planning and delivery of distance learning library services, explores the components of those visions and the people who helped shape them, and determines whether there are differences in those visions by geographic region or institution type.
Source
Casey, Anne Marie. "Distance Learning Librarians: Their Shared Vision" in Journal of Library and Information Services in Distance Learning. (2009) 3:1. 3-22.
Language
English
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