Education Institute - Audio Session - May 26th @ 4pm to 5pm EST
Providing Library Services for Distance Education StudentsSpeaker: Carol Goodson, head of Library Access Services at University of West Georgia, author of “Providing Library Services for Distance Education Students”
Based on her book "Providing Library Services for Distance Education Students" published by Neal-Schuman (2001), Carol will discuss distance education delivery systems and trends--including the broad history of previous efforts to provide library services for off-campus & distance education students, and evolving requirements of regional accrediting associations and national library associations—before turning to the practical aspects of reaching out to distance learners and providing effective services to them within the current rapidly changing technological environment.
* May 26, 2004 - 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Eastern time - TELECONFERENCE
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Members: $44.00 per location
Non-Member: $64.00 per location
Includes long distance and teleconferencing charges.
Carol Goodson is currently Head of Library Access Services at the University of West Georgia, which is located 50 miles west of Atlanta. When first hired by West Georgia in 1991, her task was to create from scratch a new library support service for off-campus students. Although she had no previous experience in this particular subdivision of librarianship, she learned by doing–and enjoyed it so much that her primary area of professional specialization has become the provision of services for distance learners. She is the author of Providing Library Services for Distance Education Students (NY: Neal-Schuman, 2001).
Goodson holds BA and MLS degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and an MA degree (English) from the University of West Georgia. Her website address is http://www.westga.edu/~cgoodson/
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