This book, first published in 1997, gives an overview of how the Internet is used in academic libraries, with a focus on the dual role librarians serve as instructors and researchers. It includes concise summaries, keyword listings, and up-to-date bibliographies for each chapter. It contains in-depth coverage of, among others: a research planning process that leads searchers to logical sources on the web and a systematic analysis of the results; a case study from the University of Texas at Austin that shows how to integrate information literacy skills into traditional services and partnerships; the development of a web page by a government documents department and a navigational tool developed by a physics laboratory; and identification and evaluation of internet resources for test and measurement tools for education and psychology and a selected bibliography listing resources for internet trainers.
Table of Contents
1. How Some Web Pages Came About Katharine A. Waugh 2. Endings/Beginnings: Some Convergent Thoughts About Cyberinstruction Susan Griswold Blandy 3. The Internet Response Meter Katharine A. Waugh 4. Information Counselling Inventory of Affective and Cognitive Reactions While Learning the Internet Diane Nahl 5. It’s WWWar! A Rollicking New Comedy Series Katharine A. Waugh 6. Finding Order in a Chaotic World: A Model for Organized Research Using the World Wide Web May Y. Chau 7. Library Instruction on the Web: Inventing Options and Opportunities Corinne Y.C. Laverty 8. The Two Instructional Faces of the Web: Information Resource and Publishing Tool Aniko L. Halverson 9. For the Purpose of this Assignment Katharine A. Waugh 10. Electronic Instruction at Carlson Library: Emerging Challenges John C. Phillips and Marcia King-Blandford 11. The Information Literacy Challenge: Addressing the Changing Needs of Our Students Through Our Programs Elizabeth A. Dupuis 12. Ours is a Highly Interactive Web Page Katharine A. Waugh 13. Untangling the Web of Legislative Histories: A Web Page for Bibliographic Instruction on the Legislative Process Elaine Hoffman 14. Instructional Opportunities of a Subject-Oriented (Law) Web Page John A. Lehner and Trudi E. Jacobson 15. The Information Navigation System: A Web-Based Instruction and Reference Tool Robert F. Skinder 16. The Trash-Lacan Chat Room… Katharine A. Waugh 17. Internet Access in School Library Media Centers Nancy Everhart 18. Designing Internet Instruction for Latinos Lori S. Mestre 19. One Thing Leads to Another: Faculty Outreach Through Internet Instruction Kate Borowske and Karen Campbell 20. Internet Resources for Tests and Measurement Brian Quinn 21. Select Bibliography of Resources for Internet Trainers Hollis Near