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Hybrid Librarians and Distance Learners: The Fact Controllers?
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New Review of Libraries and Lifelong Learning Volume 1, ISSN 1468-9944

Abstract

In providing information services for distance learners, the University of Surrey library found Internet-based services difficult and time consuming. Issues concerning access and copyright put librarians into the position of "fact controllers," deciding what resources could be offered to distance learners to support their studies. (SK)

Citation

Lock, D. & Nordon, J. (2000). Hybrid Librarians and Distance Learners: The Fact Controllers?. New Review of Libraries and Lifelong Learning, 1, 137. Retrieved November 13, 2019 from .

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