Vol 28, No 3 (2009)

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From the Editor

Introduction to the Issue: Distance Learning
Philip Orr
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1-2

Articles

Addressing Diverse Needs: Differentiation in Distance Learning
Larry Johnson, Annette Lamb
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3-6
Serving Distance Learners: A Few Tips for Public Librarians
Jason A. Fields
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7-8
Realizing Dreams & Improving Library Service: Online LTA Courses at Ivy Tech Community College
Susan Mannan
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9-13
Distance Education: My Graduate Education Experience
Phuongkhanh (Khanh) Nguyen
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14-15
Opposite Ends of the Spectrum: Distance Learning from Both the Student and Instructor Perspectives
Lisa Felix
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16-17
An Open Road to Library Resources for Distance Education Students
Matthew Lancaster, Caroline Baker
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18-21
LibGuides as a Distance Learning Tool
Shelley Arvin
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22-27
Distance Education Services through Second Life: Advantages and Obstacles for Academic Librarians to Consider
Eric Fisher
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28-33
Online Library Instruction for Distance Students: An Update on Librarian-Instructor Collaboration at IPFW
Susan Skekloff, Worth Weller
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34-36
Revamping Information Literacy Training: The Advantages and Challenges Offered by CMS
Mike Knecht, Kevin Reid
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37-43
Creating a Screencast for Distance Library Services: A Pilot Project
Anne J. Haynes, Jennifer Laherty
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44-48
Screencasting Library Tutorials for Distance Learners: A User Evaluation
Allyson Washburn
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49-57
Using Database Use Reports to Assess Library Instruction
Judith Garrison
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58-61
Ivy Tech Librarians Go the Distance in Online Course Development
Susan Clark
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62-63


ISSN: 2164-0475