Delivering Digital Services: A Handbook for Public Libraries and Learning Centres

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Facet, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 184 pages
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This timely book offers practical guidance and expertise for staff in libraries and learning centres in setting up, developing and managing effective digital services. It has a holistic focus on the use of ICT, taking staff beyond user training applications into areas of network management, e-learning, digitization and web design. The emphasis is on creative utilization of ICT for front-line library and information services. It is suitable for all staff working in, or setting up, a PC-based digital learning centre in information service settings within public libraries, community networking centres, and school and academic libraries.

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The role of the 21stcentury public library
legal and policy issues of ICT use
The importance of building on ICT skills

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