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New Approaches to e-Reserve [electronic resource]: Linking, Sharing and Streaming

Ophelia Cheung, Dana Thomas and Susan Patrick
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Oxford : Chandos, 2010.
Language
English
Series
Chandos Information Professional Series
ISBN
9781843345091 (pbk.), 1843345099 (pbk.), 9781843345107 (hbk.), 1843345102 (hbk.)
Contents
  • How e-reserve responds to a changing user culture and copes with issues and challenges : How libraries and universities respond to the changing user culture
  • Overview of e-reserve
  • Traditional and creative approaches to e-reserve
  • How e-reserve responds to changes and issues encountered
  • Strategies to deal with challenges
  • Overview of e-reserve: history and scope : ILS approach
  • Dedicated e-reserve system approach
  • CMS, LMS or VLE approach
  • Repository-based approach
  • Citation management software approach
  • The iTunes U approach
  • Linking methods
  • Access and delivery of e-reserve (1): Blackboard
  • how resources are integrated within a course management system : Different methods of creating e-reserve content in Blackboard
  • E-reserve in Blackboard: some insight and experiences
  • New digital media formats: streamed video : Brief description of technology
  • Advantages over traditional video
  • Streamed video in electronic reserve
  • Critical issues: pricing and rights management
  • Case study: the Ryerson University Library experience
  • Challenges and issues : Copyright: how copyright impacts on e-reserve delivery and process
  • Linking: technical issues and methods
  • User perception and satisfaction
  • Possible strategies: collaboration, integration and interaction are the keystones for survival or expansion of e-reserve service
  • The importance of evaluation and assessment
  • Seize the opportunity whenever it appears
  • Turn competition into partnership
  • Embrace a new culture that is user-centered and work towards service convergence
  • Be responsive to administrative change
  • Take the lead in copyright literacy
  • Be responsive to external forces of change.
Description
Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-201) and index.
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