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Delivering Digital Services: A Handbook for Public Libraries and Learning Centres (Facet Publications (All Titles as Published)) [Hardcover]

David McMenemy , Alan Poulter

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15 Jun 2005 1856045102 978-1856045100
This timely book offers practical guidance and expertise for staff in libraries and learning centres in setting up, developing and managing effective digital services. The book has a holistic focus on the use of ICT, taking staff beyond user training applications into areas of network management, e-learning, digitization and web design. The emphasis is on creative utilization of ICT for front-line library and information services. The book is divided into three main parts: policy and legal background; front-line issues in the 21st-century public library; and content creation. PowerPoint files for the activities covered in each chapter are available for download and use from the website accompanying the book at www facetpublishing.co.uk/deliveringdigitalservices. This is an essential handbook to de-mystify this new area of development for all library and information staff. It is suitable for all staff working in, or setting up, a PC-based digital learning centre in information service settings within public libraries, community networking centres, and school and academic libraries.

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"...a must for any librarianship student, recently appointed librarian, or any librarian, or learning centre manager, that finds themselves needing to transform their current library environment into a twenty-first century library." - Performance Measurement and Metrics "...a valuable resource for any public librarian." - Library Review "...concise, topical and practical" - Online Information Review

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David McMenemy BA(Hons) MSc MCLIP ILTM is a Lecturer at the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Strathclyde. He was formerly Lifelong Learning Officer for Glasgow City Council, where he worked on the roll-out programme for the People's Network. Other previous experience includes work on two large digitization programmes. Alan Poulter BA MA MSc MCLIP is a Lecturer at the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, University of Strathclyde, and runs training sessions on internet-related topics, as well as being co-author with Debra Hiom and David McMenemy of The Library and Information Professional's Internet Companion (Facet Publishing, 2005).

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