4 edition of accuracy of telephone reference/information services in academic libraries found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||by Marcia J. Myers & Jassim M. Jirjees.|
|Contributions||Jirjees, Jassim M.|
|LC Classifications||Z711 .M93 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||82010785|
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Accuracy of telephone reference/information services in academic libraries. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcia J Myers; Jāsim Muḥammad Jirjīs.
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Myers, Jassem M. Jirjees (pp. Introduction to Reference and Information Services In this first decade of the twenty-first century reference and information services are a vital yet changing part of the function and mission of the library institution.
While the continually expanding availability of electronic resourcesFile Size: KB. The Accuracy of Telephone Reference/Information Services in Academic Libraries: Two Studies (Book Re September College & Research Libraries F. DoksanskyAuthor: Starr Hoffman. This article reviews the book "The Human Side of Reference and Information Services in Academic Libraries: Adding Value in the Digital World," edited by Lesley S.J.
Farmer. Beth Paskoff, "Accuracy of Telephone Reference Service in Health Science Libraries," Bulletin of the Medical Library Association 79 (Apr. ): Duke, "Night Owl," THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF REFERENCE SERVICES IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES IN ANAMBRA STATE.
A CASE STUDY OF ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY, ULI. CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Reference service is one of the essential services of the library. Meaning reference service is the activities, roles, functions and services. The aim of this book is to discuss two core aspects of academic librarianship: library reference services and information literacy.
The book traces the history of these areas of service, the relationship between them, and the way in which libraries in academic institutions are performing these roles/services in a rapidly changing arena. THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECT OF REFERENCE SERVICES IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES ABSTRACT This project is aimed at examining the problems and prospects of reference services in academic librarians, using the Anambra State University Uli campus library as a case study and how to evaluate the strength and weakness of the reference services in an academic librarian.
A staffed and knowledgeable reference desk is an essential part of a library. The services that are provided at a reference desk may vary depending on the type of library, its purpose, its resources, and its staff.
History. Reference services did not become commonplace in. This book examines the questions: how academic libraries provide value-added reference and information services in the digital age. It provides best practices from a global perspective.
The book starts by looking at the information needs and info-seeking behaviours of university students and faculty. The book The Human Side of Reference and Information Services in Academic Libraries: Adding value in the digital world discusses the impact of technology on different aspects of reference services.
The book consists of seven chapters written by librarians of California State University at Long Beach and edited by a professor.
Reflecting the dramatic changes shaped by rapidly developing technologies over the past six years, this new fourth edition of Reference and Information Services takes the introduction to reference sources and services significantly beyond the content of the first three editions.
In Part I, Concepts and Processes, chapters have been revised and updated to reflect new ideas and 5/5(1). In Part II, Information Sources and Their Use, discussion of each source type has been updated to encompass key resources in print and on the Web, where an increasing number of freely available sources join those purchased or licensed by libraries.A number of new authors are contributors to this new edition, bringing to their chapters their.
Access - the ease and convenience of accessing the service(s)• convenient service hours• alternative methods to accessing services: e.g. telephone and internet/ email; “Ask the Librarian”• access to digital collections from PC or remote access• Instruction in use and/or training sessions, when needed• availability of required.
If there still is ready reference occuring in libraries, it is undoubtedly greatly reduced in the number of questions asked, and it doesn't appear that studying the accuracy is on our minds today.
Terry L. “Review of The Accuracy of Telephone Reference/Information Services in Academic Libraries: Two Studies.” The Library Quarterly. The "moving wall" represents the time period between the last issue available in JSTOR and the most recently published issue of a journal.
Myers, Marcia J. "The Effectiveness of Telephone Reference/Information Services in Academic Libraries in the Southeast." Ph.D. diss., Florida State University, Myers, Marcia J. "The Accuracy of Telephone Reference Services in the Southeast: A Case for Quantitative Standards." In Library Effectiveness: A State of the Art.
Chicago. The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) change on the management and operations of academic libraries, how academic libraries deal with this phenomenon and strategies that could be considered to help deal with an environment where technology constantly change.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TELEPHONE REFERENCE/INFORMATION SERVICES IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES IN THE SOUTHEAST. Creator MYERS, MARCIA JEAN., The Florida State University Date IssuedIdentifier AAI,FSDT, fsu Format Document (PDF).
Provided professional reference librarian services for busy, suburban public library. Provided General Reference and information assistance to public library patrons Assisted in supervision of Reference department, providing research support to a.
Library users' evolving information needs and their choice of search methods have changed reference work profoundly. Today's reference librarian must work in a whole new way—not only service-focused and businesslike, but even entrepreneurial. Murphy innovatively rethinks the philosophy behind current library reference services in this thought-provoking book, which.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Table of Contents. Access: The Key to Public Service W. Bede Mitchell 2. From Circulation to Access Services: The Shift in Academic Library Organization Deborah Carver 3.
Management Challenges and Issues in Access Services Administration Karen S. Lange and Linda D. Tietjen 4. Quality Access Services: Maximizing and Managing Amy Chang 5.
Information Delivery in the. Reference and Information personnel. Therefore, when we talk or write about the reference service and/or the reference work, it is actually keeping in mind the last category of users requiring specialised services. 3 Access Tools: An Overview Self Check Exercise 1) List the chief reasons for providing reference service in Libraries.
Reference Librarian: Job Description, Reference librarians require a significant amount of formal education. Learn about the education, job duties and requirements to see if this is the right.
The Reference and Information Services Section will address all aspects of reference work, in all types of libraries, in all regions of the world. Current interests encompass the new electronic environment and the resulting changes in reference work, the future role of reference work, and the quality of reference services.
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In today’s complex societies, access to information can be found more easily by using a reference book. The importance of reference materials cannot be overemphasized in an academic environment.
Use reference books (also called reference or background sources, or resources) to get quick specific facts or information or an overview of a subject.
Some examples of reference sources are: dictionaries, encyclopedias, bibliographies, almanacs, directories, atlases, and handbooks.
These can be online or in print. Reference service deals with disseminating the function of libraries. It provides information seekers with direct, personal assistance which varies considerably in different types of libraries. The beginning of formalized reference service in American libraries parallels the organi- zation of the American Library Association in Marcia J.
Myers, "The Effectiveness of Telephone Reference/Information Service Among Academic Librar- ies in the Southeast" (Ph.D. diss., Florida State University, ); Jassim M. Jirjees, "The Accuracy of Selected Northeastern College Library Reference/Information Telephone Services in Responding to Factual Inquiries" (Ph.D.
diss., Rutgers Cited by: 3. examine library reference/information service-all of them receiving attention from persons who do research. Some have focused on the description of reference/information service as it exists in libraries today. Others have studied the raison d’itre of library referencelinformation service-the needs of people for informa- by: 5.
findability, or ease of locating services, on the libraries’ Web pages. Bao () looked at how academic libraries provide links to commercial databases and re-mote access to those resources. Coffta and Schoen () examined Web sites from four- and five-year colleges and universities to find out about interlibrary.
Public Libraries Libraries, Culture, and Recreation services, in both the provision of content for the department’s web page and contributing time to the Ask-a-Librarian phone, chat, and e-mail reference support services.
Public Libraries Libraries, Culture, and Recreation Staff in Branch Library Services also support the management of the collection at each branch, and contribute to virtually provided services, in both the provision of content for the department’s web page and contributing time to the Ask-a-Librarian phone, chat.
When electronic book is retrieved from academic research database and was not assigned a DOI, you no longer include name of database. However, if that ebook is ONLY available from that database, then such additional information is provided in the reference. Book without an author or editor, no DOI assigned, subsequent edition.LIBRARY INFORMATION.
Library Resources for Faculty and Teaching Associates - The Howard Libraries' guide to services and resources to facilitate teaching, learning, and research. General Library Information Specialists - Guide to subject librarians in Founders, Architecture, Business, Divinity and Social Work Libraries.
Health Sciences Library Contacts - Directory of service .of thousands of public, academic, school, and special libraries in the nation.
STLAs provide important reference and information services to state government and administer the state library and special operations such as state archives, libraries for the blind and physically handicapped, and the State Center for the Book.