Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

14th Annual Instructional Technology Institute

Publication Date

8-27-2002

Abstract

Libraries face many challenges as electronic resources proliferate and become the expected means of accessing information. In a period of ten years, expectations of library users for desktop access to information has required dramatic shifts in the behind the scenes work performed at the library as well as the instruction provided to students. This presentation provides an overview of the issues.

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Presented at the 14th Annual Instructional Technology Institute, Logan, UT, August 27, 2002. PDF of presentation slides available for download through link above.

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