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Journal of Library & Information Services In Distance Learning

2015 Volume 9, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Distance Education Faculty and Librarian Collaboration: Developing Technological Skills of School Librarian Candidates

    Deborah J. Parrott & Joanna M. Anderson

    LibGuides, as a method of creating pathfinders for instruction of information literacy and content management has long been used by academic libraries, but has not been widely used by school... More

    pp. 266-274

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  2. Under the Microscope: Looking at Libraries and Online Orientations

    Rachel E. Cannady

    Orientations ease students' transition into institutions of higher learning. Most published literature focuses on orientations that occur on the physical campus, but online orientations are equally... More

    pp. 289-303

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  3. Development of the Levey-Nowak Embedded Librarian Presence Instrument: A Preliminary Study

    Janet A. Levey & Karen L. Nowak

    A cross-sectional descriptive design was used to examine the initial psychometric properties and feasibility of the newly developed Levey-Nowak Embedded Librarian Presence Instrument. The... More

    pp. 304-311

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  4. A Citation Analysis of Psychology Students' Use of Sources in Online Distance Learning

    Nancy Evans Weaver & Estelle Barnard

    Reference lists from two assignments of psychology students in university-level online distance learning (ODL) were analyzed for number and type of sources and mark achieved. Most referenced were... More

    pp. 312-329

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