- Author:Stacey Kimmel,Jennifer Heise
- Publisher:CRC Press; 1 edition (September 24, 2003)
- Pages:212 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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The recently published Virtual Reference Service Guidelines from the Reference . Internet Reference Services Quarterly.
The recently published Virtual Reference Service Guidelines from the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), which is reproduced in appendix A, provides the starting point. Kern outlines the tools and decision-making processes that will help you and your library evaluate, tailor, and launch virtual reference services that are a perfect fit for your community and your library.
Virtual reference - a service that allows librarians and patrons to communicate with each other in real time through the Internet by e-mail, chat or instant messaging - is currently a hot topic in libraries
Virtual reference - a service that allows librarians and patrons to communicate with each other in real time through the Internet by e-mail, chat or instant messaging - is currently a hot topic in libraries. In a way the commercial sector has challenged the reference function by offering Question & Answer services. To librarians this represents a threat and an opportunity.
Significant players in virtual reference services have prepared chapters for this book. Some of these address virtual reference as a service trend. Others describe services in a variety of settings, including public, academic, and special libraries. Some focus on one aspect of virtual reference, such as n, policy setting, or the reference interaction. Our intent is to provide an opportunity for reflection on the impact of virtual reference services on librarians, clients, and libraries, as well as to offer a glimpse of the future
This essential book provides a snapshot of virtual reference (VR) services in all kinds of library settings and discusses the issues, trends, and practices . By Stacey Kimmel, Jennifer Heise. For Instructors Request Inspection Copy.
This essential book provides a snapshot of virtual reference (VR) services in all kinds of library settings and discusses the issues, trends, and practices involved in offering this kind o. Purchasing Options:$ USD.
It is the official journal of the Reference and User Services Association and is published by the American Library Association. The journal was established as the Reference Quarterly in 1961 and obtained its current name in 1997.
Virtual Reference Services Issues and Trends (Monograph Published Simultaneously As Internet Reference Services quarterly, 1/2).
Heise, Jennifer, and Stacey Kimmel, eds. Virtual Reference Services: Issues and Trends. Binghamton, NY : Haworth Information Press). Simultaneously published as Internet Reference Services Quarterly, 8:1/2, 2003. Heise, Jennifer, and Stacey Kimmel, Being There: Tools for online synchronous reference. Online, 25:6, Nov/Dec 2001, p. 30-42. Ashley, Teresa, et al, Users' Information-Seeking Behavior, Reference & User Services Quarterly, Spring 2001; 40:3, p240-251. Education & Experience: . Math & English), Franklin and Marshall College, 1989.