Academic libraries have a long history both in the USA and China, with institutions developing along different trajectories, and responding to the rapidly changing library environment globally. Academic Libraries in the US and China compares current practices within Library and Information Science (LIS) in the USA and China, giving an historical overview of instruction, government documents, and outreach in academic libraries, as well as discussion and comparative analysis. An introduction leads to chapters on instruction, government publications, and outreach. Each topic is covered both for American and Chinese academic libraries. A conclusion then gives comparative analysis of US and Chinese academic libraries. Provides a clear examination of the historical foundations of three key areas within the academic library Includes examples of easy-to-implement current practices Anticipates future trendsPurduea#39;s Instructional Librarian, TCPLa#39;s Young Adult Librarian, and Ivy Techa#39;s College Librarian developed goals based on the American Association of ... The main subjects discussed were topic development, database searching, citing sources, and evaluating sources. ... Tutorials or modules are developed along with quizzes to be taken once tutorials have been completed (University of Texas, 2000).
|Title||:||Academic Libraries in the US and China|
|Author||:||Hanrong Wang, Bethany Latham|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-06-30|