INFORMATION LITERACY IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT: A WEB-BASED APPROACH
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Grafstein, A. (2000). INFORMATION LITERACY IN A VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENT: A WEB-BASED APPROACH. In J. Bourdeau & R. Heller (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2000 (pp. 376-381). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA) 2000
Jacqueline Bourdeau & Rachelle Heller
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Recent technological innovations have substantially altered the ways in which colleges and universities deliver essential services. Among the academic units most notably affected by technological change has been the academic library. This paper will consider the impact of recent and emerging technologies on the services provided by academic libraries and on the evolving needs students have for library instruction in relation to these new technologies. I will argue that making digital libraries usable for patrons requires the development of effective and innovative forms of online reference.
- Charting a Course in the Information Age: Enabling Students to Develop Information Literacy Skills
- Technologically-Based Mentoring Provided to Teachers: A Synthesis of the Literature
- “Invisible” Learning Disabilities in Higher Education: Teaching Universal Design Principles and Strategies through Web-Based Learning Modules
- Using Social Context and E-Learner Identity as a Framework for an E-Learning Notification System
- An Exploration of Online Environments Supporting Follow-Up to Face-to-Face Professional Development
- Using Student Response Systems in Lecture-Based Instruction: Does It Change Student Engagement and Learning?
- Simulation and the Need for Practice in Teacher Preparation
- A Review of Benefits and Limitations of Online Learning in the Context of the Student, the Instructor and the Tenured Faculty
- Promoting the development of students' information literacy skills: Insights from a post-secondary classroom
- Acquiring Knowledge From Asynchronous Discussion
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