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Making the Connection: Conducting Virtual Focus Groups with Distance Adult Learners
How do you reach an online population to get insight when you don’t have opportunities to communicate with your users in person? Assessing library services at a distance holds unique challenges in gathering data needed ...
Collaboration leads to integration: A model for embedding library resources into online learning
We developed a model for systematic library integration into our online courses. By collaborating with the academic units, program directors, course developers, instructional designers, and the assessment unit, we have ...
Stop Saying No, Start Empowering Copyright Role Models
Shed the librarian stereotype of copyright whistleblower! Turn fearful faculty members into empowered copyright role models. When a copyright policy or department does not exist, apply our three step process for shifting ...
Experiences from the Field: Choosing a Discovery Tool for YOUR Unique Library
(Purdue University Press, 2011-12)
Our users want an easier way to search library resources and currently there are many discovery tools available, which can seem daunting. How do you know which one will work for your unique library? Librarians from different ...
Assessment from a distance: A case study implementing focus groups at an online library
(College & Undergraduate Libraries, 2013)
Assessing library resources and services at a distance holds unique challenges in gathering data needed to make informed decisions. This article describes the complete process of piloting virtual focus groups—from planning ...