Libraries Without Walls 4: The Delivery of Library Services to Distant Users
Peter Brophy, Shelagh Fisher, ZoŽ Clarke
Facet Publishing, 2002 - Education - 299 pages
Lifelong learning is becoming a reality throughout the world, requiring that learning opportunities and materials are delivered to citizens in their locality, at home or at work. Increasing numbers of students are undertaking distance education programmes and libraries are being called upon to find innovative ways to support distance learners. Developments in technology are creating new possibilities for document delivery and the distributed virtual library.
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