Distance Education & The Library Resources

These are the resources the I used for my paper on the impact of distance education on the academic library for ILS560-College & University Libraries earlier this semester.

  • ACRL (2004). Guidelines for Distance Learning Library Services. American Library Association. http://www.ala.org/acrl/resjune02.html (Accessed on April 13, 2007). 
  • Adams, Chris. (1997). The Future of Library Services for Distance Education: What Are We Doing, Where Are We Heading, What Should We Be Doing? Journal of Library Services for Distance Education, 11(1). http://www.westga.edu/~library/jlsde/vol1/1/CAdams.html (Accessed on April 15, 2007). 
  • Bancroft, Donna and Susan Lowe. (2006). Helping Users Help Themselves: Evaluating the Off-Campus Library Services Web Site, Journal of Library Administration, 45(1/2), 17-35.
  • Black, Nancy E. (2001). Emerging Technologies: Tools for Distance Education and Library Services. Journal of Library Administration, 31(3/4), 45-60.
  • Buchanan, Elizabeth A. (2000). Going the Extra Mile: Serving Distance Education Students. Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 3(1) http://www.westga.edu/~distance/buchanan31.html (Accessed on April 19, 2007).   
  • Buckstead, Jonathan R. (2001). Developing an Effective Off-Campus LibraryServices Web Page: Don’t Worry, Be Happy! Journal of Library Administration, 31(3/4), 93-107. 
  • Butler, John. (1997). From the Margins to the Mainstream: Developing Library Support for Distance Learning. An Occasional Newsletter of the University of Minnesota Libraries. 8(4). http://staff.lib.umn.edu/LibraryLine/LLvol8no4.htm (Accessed on April 19, 2007). 
  • Calvert, Hildegund M. (2001). Document Delivery Options for Distance Education Students and Electronic Reserve Service at Ball State University Libraries. Journal of Library Administration, 31(3/4), 109-125. 
  • Casado, Margaret. (2001). Delivering Library Services to Remote Students. Computers in LIbraries, 21(4), 31-38.
  • Cassner, Mary and Kate E. Adams. (2006). Assessing the Professional Development Needs of Distance Librarians in Academic Libraries, Journal of Library Administration, 45(1/2), 81-99.
  • Caspers, Jean, Jack Fritts and Harvey Goover. (2001). Beyond the Rhetoric: A Study of the Impact of the ACRL Guidelines for Distance Learning Library Services on Selected Distance Learning Programs in Higher Education. Journal of Library Administration, 31(3/4), 127-148. 
  • Coffman, Steve. (2001). Distance Education and Virtual Reference: Where are We Headed? Computers in Libraries, 21(4), 20-25.
  • Cooper, Jean L. (2000). A Model for Library Support of Distance Education in the
    USA. Interlending & Document Supply, 28(3), 123-131. 
  • Cornell University Library. (1998). Cornell University Library Distance Learning White Paper. http://www.library.cornell.edu/staffweb/Distance.html (Access on April 15, 2007). 
  • Croft, Rosie and Nancy Eichenlaub. (2006). E-mail Reference in a Distributed Learning Environment: Best Practices, User Satisfaction, and the Reference Services Continuum, Journal of Library Administration, 45(1/2), 117-147.
  • Dewald, Nancy, Ann Scholz-Crane, Austin Booth, and Cynthia Levine. (2000). Information Literacy at a Distance: Instructional Design Issues. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 26(1), 33-44. 
  • Dewald, Nancy H. (1999). Transporting Good Library Instruction Practices into the Web Environment: An Analysis of Online Tutorials. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 25(1), 26-32. 
  • Gaide, Susan. (2004). Integrated Library Services Boosts Online Recruitment and Retention, Distance Education Report, 8(8), 1-4.
  • Gandhi, Smiti. (2003). Academic Librarians and Distance Education: Challenges and Opportunities. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 43(2), 138-154. 
  • Getty, Nancy K., Barbara Burd, Sarah K. Burns and Linda Piele. (2000). Using Courseware to Deliver Library Instruction Via the Web: Four Examples. Reference Services Review, 28(4), 349-359. 
  • Gibbons, Susan. (2002). Course Management Systems. Library Technology Reports, 41(3), 7-11 
  • Gregory, Vicki L. (2003). Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Web-based Distance Education. New Library World, 104(1193), 426-431. 
  • Hanson, Brian. (December 2, 2001). Distance Learning. CQResearcher, 11(42). Retrieved online at http://library.cqresearcher.com/ (Accessed April 14, 2007). 
  • Hines, Samantha Schmehl. (2006). What Do Distance Education Faculty Want from the Library? Journal of Library Administration, 45(1/2), 215-227.
  • Hisle, W. Lee (November 2002). Top Issues Facing Academic Libraries: A Report of the Focus on the Future Task Force. College & Research Libraries News, 63(10). http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues2002/novmonth/topissuesfacing.htm (Accessed April 14, 2007). 
  • Kazmer, Michelle M. (220). Distance Education Students Speak to the Library:Here’s How You Can Help even More. The Electronic Library, 29(5), 395-400. 
  • McIsaac, M.S. & Gunawardena, C.N. (1996). Distance Education. In D.H. Jonassen, ed. Handbook of Research for Educational Communications and Technology: A Project of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. 403-437.
    New York: Simon & Schuster. http://seamonkey.ed.asu.edu/~mcisaac/dechapter/index.html (Accessed April 19, 2007).
     
  • McLean, Evadne and Stephen H. Dew. (2006). Providing Library Instruction to Distance Learning Students in the 21st Century: Meeting the Current and Changing Needs of a Diverse Community, Journal of Library Administration, 45(3/4), 313-337.
  • Moyo, Lesley Mutinta and Ellysa Stern Cahoy. Meeting the Needs of Remote Library Users. Library Management, 24(6/7), 281-290. 
  • Nipp, Deanna. (1998). Innovative Use of the Home Page for Library Instruction, Research Strategies, 16(2), 93-102. 
  • O’Leary, Mick. (2000). Distance Learning and Libraries. Online, 24(4), 94-96. 
  • Painter, Mary Ann. (2005). Library Support for Distance Learning. Distance Education Report, 9(12), 3.
  • Peacock, Judith and Michael Middleton. (1999). Mixed Mode Education: Implications for Library User Services. New Library World, 199(1146), 11-19. 
  • Reiten, Beth A. and Jack Fritts. (2006). Distance Learning Librarianship Over Time: Changes in the Core Literature, Journal of Library Administration, 45(3/4), 397-410.
  • Richard, Debbi. (2006). On the Road Again: Taking Bibliographic Instruction Off Campus, Journal of Library Administration, 45(3/4), 411-425.
  • Roccos, Linda Jones. (2001). Distance Learning and Distance Libraries: Where are they now? Journal of Distance Learning and Administration, 4(3). http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/fall43/roccos43.html. (Accessed on April 20, 2007).
  • Stevens, Norman D. (2006). The Fully Electronic Academic Library. College & Research Libraries, 67(1), 5-14. 
  • Wang, Chengzhi and Zao Liu. (2003). Distance Education: Basic Resource Guide. Collection Building, 22(3), 120-130. 
  • Williams, Pete and David Nicholas. (2005). E-learning: What the Literature Tells us about Distance Education. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives, 57(2), 109-122. 
  • Woolls, Blanche, Ken Dowlin and David Loertscher. (2002). Distance Education: Changing Formats. The Electronic Library, 20(5), 420-424.
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4 Responses to Distance Education & The Library Resources

  1. Distance Education & The Library Resources

  2. Wowee, that’s quite a list!

  3. […] on Facebook seems to be growing without me doing anything! I’ve also just found this list of useful resources on libraries and distance learning, so many thanks to my Google Alert and to Jennifer […]

  4. rodbrent says:

    I thought that you and your audience might like to know that National Distance Learning Week is coming up this November 10. I just interviewed the National Director, Dr. Ken Hartman. You can hear the interview and learn more at http://www.RodsPulsePodcast.com.

    Regards,
    Rodney B. Murray, Ph.D.

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