Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)
History, Evolution, & Future Promise
for Librarians in Cyberspace


 
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CAI & Librarians

The use of CAI for distance teaching in
the formulation of search strategies

Reducing Library Anxiety in First-Year Students:
Computer-Assisted Instruction vs. Bibliographic Instruction

How Academic Librarians Can Influence
Students’Web-Based Information Choices

Distance Learning and Distance Libraries: Where are they now?

ACRL's Guidelines for Distance Learning Library Services

Example of Web-based Bibliographic Instruction

Web-based distance continuing education:
a new way of thinking for students and instructors

Library Services to Distance Learners:
The New Professional Paradigms

Embedding online information resources in Virtual Learning Environments: Some implications for lecturers and librarians of the move
towards delivering teaching in the online environment

Guidelines for Distance Learning and Interlibrary Loan:
Doomed and More Doomed

Libraries Address the Challenges
of Asynchronous Learning

Best Practices for Online Information-Literacy Courses

Going the Distance: Academic Librarians in the Virtual University

   

 
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Last updated: 15 December 2004
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