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There is no one right way to organize a library and its systems; so much depends on the organizers and the users, and the ongoing commitment of time, effort, and money is theoretically without limits. The benefits enjoyed by the EJCA library include a belief among members that a library is a...
This meta-narrative highlights some challenges, reminders, and solutions around collecting usable information for training library support staff as scripted information literacy instructors. The poster describes survey and focus group design considerations to yield useful results (some of which...
Roving Reference with iPads: a study of the use of iPads as technological support and service assessmentDownload
Abstract: Libraries continue to put effort into providing on-line and self-serve access to materials to reflect changing technological possibilities and expectations. Online solutions work for offsite and internet connected patrons but many patrons still physically work in library space, may not...
Roving Reference with iPads: a study of the use of iPads as technological support and service assessment [presentation slides]Download
Presentation slides for paper presented at World Library and Information Congress : 77th IFLA General Conference and Assembly 13-18 August 2011, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Conference Session 197:Innovative information services in the digital environment. Hosted by Reference and Information Services...