Supporting Distance Learners - Librarian Resources

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Supporting Distance Learners

At Taylor & Francis, we understand that matters surrounding remote access won’t be the only challenge you are currently facing, especially when it comes to supporting your patrons learning and development needs from afar. Thus, ‘Supporting Distance Learners’ has been produced to help guide library practitioners with essential information and advice on how to establish a virtual library, which is supportive of online distance delivered programs, in order to embed library reference services and resources into online courses. Topics include, collection development for distance learning, advances in electronic access and technologically-based instructional delivery systems, the provisioning of networked library services, and flexible learning.

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