Web-based Instruction: A Guide for Libraries

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American Library Association, Jan 1, 2001 - Computers - 194 pages
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With this comprehensive, soup-to-nuts guide, you will learn how to create a winning library instruction Website even if you don't know where to start. Following the author's systematic approach, you will be equipped to:

-- Determine what makes an effective Web-based instruction program

-- Serve a large number of students with 24/7 access to interactive, self-paced, and self-directed instruction

-- Select appropriate hardware, software, and levels of interactivity

-- Evaluate, test, and refine programs on an ongoing basis

-- Incorporate all of the latest information on interactivity, color accessibility, and multimedia into your Website

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Fabulous book! I highly recomend to any librarian embarking on a web project. The concepts & principles covered are applicable to most types of web resource development. Read full review

Contents

Library Instruction on the Web
5
Design and Development Cycle
15
Selecting Project Development Tools
28
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Susan Sharpless Smith is the Director of Research, Instruction and Technology Services for Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC. Her long term interests have been exploring the potential the Web offers for the provision of library services and instruction. She received the 2008 ACRL IS Innovation Award for her work as an embedded librarian in a two week sociology course that traveled by bus through the Deep South. Smith received a master s degree in Library and Information Studies from University of North Carolina-Greensboro and a master s degree in Educational Technology Leadership from George Washington University.

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