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Title: Tri-Institutional Library Support: A Lesson in Forced Collaboration
Authors: Pival, Paul R.
Johnson, Kay
Keywords: Library & Information Science
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Copyright 2004, The Haworth Press, Binghamton, NY. Article photocopies available from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-HAWORTH or docdelivery@haworthpress.com
Citation: Journal of Library Administration. 41(3/4), pp. 345-354.
Abstract: This paper will discuss the trials and tribulations of three separate institutional libraries supporting one new graduate-level academic program. In January 2002, a new distance graduate program in Applied Psychology began with technical, administrative, and academic support provided by three separate institutions. While one institution was initially charged with providing the bulk of library services, in reality, libraries at all three have contributed one service or another. The lead library provides remote database access and document delivery, and initially provided electronic reserves. After the first semester and several glitches, electronic reserves were moved to institutional library #2, which was also hosting the course management system. In the fall of 2002, institutional library #3 began to contribute with an information literacy module that has been incorporated into the orientation for all new students.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/44100
ISSN: 0193-0826
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