This instructive guide is designed to help librarians in all settings become successful producers and providers of information on the Internet. Using case studies of actual successful projects to demonstrate proven strategies and approaches, the manual will show you how to develop and provide services on the Internet, including: electronic journals and newsletters, including scholarly journals, literary collections, showcases for local or organizational talent, and news and information services; Internet training and distance education through the Internet; traditional library services and information on the Internet, including schedule policies, and documentation of library services, resource guides and bibliographies, interlibrary loan information and requests, new book recommendations, and reference services; electronic libraries, including GPO information, an Internet reference collection, book texts and an almost limitless number of other databases.Purdue University Libraries intended to make Government Printing Office databases, currently available through WAIS servers, easily available through Purdue Librariesa#39; Web page. In other words, the libraries would offer an Internet extensionanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cybrarian's Guide to Developing Successful Internet Programs and Services|
|Author||:||Diane Kovacs, Michael Kovacs|
|Publisher||:||Neal-Schuman Publishers - 1997-01-01|