Citations with the tag: INFORMATION services -- User education

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  • Use & user studies.
    Altman, Ellen; Pratt, Allan // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jul95, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p334 

    Presents an abstract of the article `The Policy of User Studies,' by Ann Peterson Bishop and Cliff Bishop about the role of user studies in policy making, published in a 1995 issue of `Serials Review.'

  • User & user studies.
    Pratt, Allan; Altman, Ellen // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Sep95, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p419 

    Reviews the articles `Quality in Information Services: Do Users and Librarians Differ in Their Expectations?' by Susan Edwards and Mairead Browne in `Library & Information Science Research' dated Spring 1995, and `Students' Perceived Effectiveness Using the University Library,' by Cheryl Ann...

  • Vendors get a week off--today we gripe about users who won't learn new tricks.
    Foster, Ed // InfoWorld; 1/23/95, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p66 

    Editorial. Focuses on problems faced by American vendors in persuading staff to learn and take an ongoing interest in how to use their applications effectively. Lack of initiative and curiosity in learning how the applications can help them work better; Call for ideas to help solve the problem...

  • Department of Veterans Affairs' Implementation of Information Security Education Assistance Program.
    Foster, Ed // GAO Reports; 12/18/2009, p1 

    A letter is presented from Information Security Issues Director Gregory C. Wilshusen and Information Management and Human Capital Issues Director Valerie C. Melvin to the Committee on Veterans' Affairs in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives concerning the implementation of Information...

  • Off we go cybernetting.
    Joseph, Linda // Multimedia Schools; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p36 

    Provides information on building a solid Internet staff development program that is essential for integrating information access skills into the school curriculum. Requirements for creating a school or district model for teaching Internet skills; Instructional design; Facility development;...

  • SISI: Shallow Information Skills Instruction.
    Joseph, Linda // School Library Media Activities Monthly; Dec2001, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p4 

    Discusses the leadership role of library media specialists in the kinds of research and information skills that should be taught to students. Importance of teaching students the critical use of information; Services offered by the specialists to students.

  • Editor's Note.
    Joseph, Linda // Political Intelligence Briefing; 10/3/2012, p68 

    In this article, the author highlights the positive aspect of this journal which focuses on politics-neutral approach, encourage users and provide a range of parameters for political study.

  • Preface to the Special Issue on Personalization in Social Web systems.
    Brusilovsky, Peter; Chin, David // User Modeling & User-Adapted Interaction; Apr2013, Vol. 23 Issue 2/3, p83 

    A preface to the book "User Modeling & User-Adapted Interaction," by Peter Brusilovsky and David N. Chin is presented.

  • Transporting Good Library Instruction Practices into the Web Environment: An Analysis of Online Tutorials.
    Dewald, Nancy H. // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1999, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p26 

    Presents information on a study which analyzes online tutorial, a good library instruction practices. Situations that challenge librarians to provide instruction in research skills at times and places convenient to students; Characteristics of good library instruction; Results and discussion of...

  • DELEGATE AND FIRST CONVENTION ORIENTATION.
    Dewald, Nancy H. // Women in Business; Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p5 

    Deals with the orientation session of the 2002 American Business Women's Association National Convention in Nashville, Tennessee. Scope of the orientation; Schedule of the orientation session.

  • A Second Opinion--.
    Dyson, Allan J.; Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jul78, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p160 

    This article comments on the progress of library-use instruction in university undergraduate libraries in the U.S. as of July 1978. Preliminary returns from a recent survey of such libraries show a substantial amount of staff energy devoted to library instruction programs. In many cases this...

  • A Third Opinion--.
    Breivik, Patricia Senn; Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jul78, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p161 

    This article argues that library user education programs in the U.S. need to be established on the basis of desired learner outcomes that are measurable. The establishing of valid evaluation procedures is a difficult task at best, particularly since it means that desired learner outcomes must...

  • A Fourth Opinion--.
    Gwinn, Nancy E.; Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jul78, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p161 

    This article comments on the progress of library user education programs in the U.S. as of July 1978. The Council on Library Resources has developed such programs as the College Library Program and the Library Service Enhancement Program under the assumption that if academic libraries are to be...

  • A Fourth Opinion -- Sheila Laidlaw.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov77, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p289 

    This article presents views on the improvement of user education activity in bibliographic instruction. A thorough evaluation of programs of library instruction is needed in relation to the needs of the changing clientele. Students and faculty members would derive increased benefits and...

  • Library Instruction.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1980, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p342 

    Comments on the value and methodology of library instruction activity in academic libraries in the U.S. and Great Britain as of January 1980. Challenges posed on library instruction in large academic libraries in the U.S.; Significance of teaching information systems as a concept; Factors that...

  • Strengthening a Limb...Changing an Image.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov82, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p263 

    Editorial. Focuses on various issues concerning bibliographic instruction (BI). Information on several workshops and seminars for BI; Role and responsibilities of public service librarians; Common views about libraries.

  • Professional reading.
    Glass, B.J.; Williams, W.W. // Library Journal; 11/15/1991, Vol. 116 Issue 19, p113 

    Reviews the book "Read This First: An Owner's Guide to the New Model Statement of Objectives for Academic Bibliographic Instruction," edited by Carolyn Dusenbury and others.

  • About ICON Group International, Inc.
    Glass, B.J.; Williams, W.W. // Cambodia Economic Studies; 2007, preceding p15 

    The article offers information about ICON Group International Inc. Created in 1994, the company has been known to be a publisher of hundreds of multi-client databases, and global/regional market data, industry and country publications. Its publication and services are reflective of its primary...

  • 6 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTEES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS: 6.2 ICON GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS.
    Glass, B.J.; Williams, W.W. // Belgium Economic Studies; 2007, p392 

    The article provides information concerning the user agreement provisions of ICON Group International Inc. in the use of the report. It talks about the agreement between the user and the company on the company's report in terms of ownership, restrictions of use, warranty, limitation of liability...

  • An Opinion--Jeanne Dittmar.
    Dittmar, Jeanne // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1978, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p344 

    Presents an opinion on what will be the permanent effects of the 1976 Library Service Enhancement Program activity on the library's instruction programs in the United States.

  • A Second Opinion--Louise P. Gerity.
    Gerity, Louise P. // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1978, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p344 

    Presents an opinion on what will be the permanent effects of the 1976 Library Service Enhancement Program activity on the library's instruction programs in the United States.

  • A Third Opinion--Laurel Maughan.
    Maughan, Laurel // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1978, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p345 

    Presents an opinion on what will be the permanent effects of the 1976 Library Service Enhancement Program activity on the library's instruction programs in the United States.

  • A Fourth Opinion--Jane T Pressau.
    Pressau, Jane T. // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1978, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p345 

    Presents an opinion on what will be the permanent effects of the 1976 Library Service Enhancement Program activity on the library's instruction programs in the United States.

  • A Fifth Opinion--Joyce C. Werner.
    Werner, Joyce C. // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1978, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p345 

    Presents an opinion on what will be the permanent effects of the 1976 Library Service Enhancement Program activity on the library's instruction programs in the United States.

  • A Sixth Opinion--Larry Hardesty.
    Hardesty, Larry // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1978, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p345 

    Presents an opinion on what will be the permanent effects of the 1976 Library Service Enhancement Program activity on the library's instruction programs in the United States.

  • Contextual Partitioning for Comprehension of OODB Schemas.
    Huanying Gu; Perl, Yehoshua; Halper, Michael; Geller, James; Neuhold, Erich J. // Knowledge & Information Systems; May2004, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p315 

    Object-oriented databases (OODBs) have been utilized for complex modeling tasks within a variety of application domains. The OODB schema, typically expressed in a graphical notation, can serve as a useful presentation tool for the information contained in the underlying OODB. However, such a...

  • An Opinion--.
    Boisse, Joe; Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Sep76, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p188 

    The article expresses views on whether bibliographic instruction should be an integral and permanent component of an academic library's total service program. While bibliographic instruction is not entirely a new concept, for the most part librarians have historically relied on accidental...

  • A Second Opinion--.
    Benson, Stanley H.; Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Sep76, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p189 

    The article expresses views on whether bibliographic instruction should be an integral and permanent component of an academic library's total service program. The need for library use instruction in college and university libraries has been recognized for a long time. Beginning with Harvey...

  • Supporting Cooperation in the SPADE-1 Environment.
    Bandinelli, Sergio; Nitto, Elisabetta Di; Fuggetta, Alfonso // IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering; Dec96, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p841 

    Software development is a cooperative activity that heavily relies on the quality and effectiveness of the communication channels established within the development team and with the end-user. In the software engineering field, several Software Engineering Environments (SEE) have been developed...

  • Reducing Library Anxiety in First-Year Students.
    Van Scoyoc, Anna M. // Reference & User Services Quarterly; Summer2003, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p329 

    Focuses on a study which examined whether computer-assisted instruction and traditional bibliographic instruction sessions reduced library anxiety among first-year college students. Evaluation of bibliographic instruction and computer-assisted instruction; Data from participating students;...

  • The Relationship of Entrepreneurial Orientation, Vincentian Values and Economic and Social Performance in Social Enterprise.
    Miles, Morgan P.; Verreynne, Martie-Louise; Luke, Belinda; Eversole, Robyn; Barraket, Josephine // Review of Business; Summer2013, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p91 

    The article focuses on a study which examined the adoption of entrepreneurship by a social enterprise in Australia by using orientation scale and developed a scale to measure social value orientation (SVO). The study reveals that in Australian social enterprises, economic performance was not...

  • Guru Quest Milking the cash cow... and just milking cows.
    Miles, Morgan P.; Verreynne, Martie-Louise; Luke, Belinda; Eversole, Robyn; Barraket, Josephine // Training & Development (1839-8561); Aug2012, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p36 

    The article offers tips on resourceful resourcing. It informs that the team member who is on the lowest pay scale should be approached and they should be made responsible for creating work for the student and monitoring their progress. It also informs that students should be given a full...

  • Going Behind IT's Back.
    Schaffhauser, Dian // Campus Technology Magazine; Feb2013, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p7 

    The article focuses on the technology set up in higher education that moves from central information technology (IT) toward the users. It says that in many areas, universities need a single authoritative source of data, and that data needs to be protected for confidentiality, regulatory...

  • A Critique of the User Orientation Approach to Corporate Reporting.
    Mitra, Susanta // IUP Journal of Accounting Research & Audit Practices;  

    Generating complete and easy-to-understand information supported by a collaborative feedback mechanism and disseminating the same to the identified legitimate stakeholders through easily accessible channels of communication is the gateway of the reporting process that a behavioral inquest looks...

  • EVERY WHICH WAY BUT LOOSE: REQUIRING INFORMATION LITERACY.
    Colborn, Nancy Wootton // Indiana Libraries; 2006, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p27 

    The article focuses on the one-credit Introduction to Information Literacy course offered by the Indiana University South Bend. Aside from personal class interactions, the course is also offered online, based on the instruction program developed by the Schurz Library. All students writing...

  • PROMOTING LIBRARIAN-FACULTY COLLABORATION TO ADVANCE INFORMATION LITERACY: HANOVER COLLEGE'S PILOT PROGRAM.
    Loehr, Heather B.; Gibson, Kenneth E. // Indiana Libraries; 2006, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p33 

    The article focuses on the partnership between the Duggan Library at Hanover College and its faculty in incorporating information literacy concept into courses. This was inspired by a workshop called Transformation of the College Library given by the Council of Independent Colleges. In the...

  • REINVENTING LIBRARY INSTRUCTION: THE IVY TECH STORY.
    Mannan, Susan; Placke, Jessica // Indiana Libraries; 2006, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p37 

    The article presents an overview of the past and current library class instruction programs of the Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana Region. There were 358 library orientation classes taught in 2005/2006, with 60% given to English classes. Staffing constraints, scheduling and teaching...

  • Phishing, Pharming, Spimming, and Spoofing.
    Gibler, Paul // Credit Union Executive Newsletter; 4/18/2005, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p7 

    Reports on the rise of identity theft and online theft on the destruction of account information. Threat of identity theft for the phasing attack of account information in business; Change of online financial behavior of consumers due to the growth of threats by online crooks; Presentation of...

  • The Special Library on Campus: A Model for Library Orientations Aimed at Academic Administration, Faculty, and Support Staff.
    Hurst, Leslie // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jul2003, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p231 

    Describes the methodology and considerations behind the development of an academic library orientation program for faculty, administration and support staff. Library and information seeking behavior of academic administration and staff; Things that library staff wanted the academic...

  • A Historical Perspective: The Root Cause for the Underdevelopment of User Services in Chinese Academic Libraries.
    Liao, Jing // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Mar2004, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p109 

    The low prioritizing of user service is a longstanding problem in Chinese academic libraries. While acknowledging various external and internal obstacles for this problem, this article argues that traditional library culture, as demonstrated throughout the article, constitutes the root cause for...

  • Library Instruction.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov77, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p288 

    This article presents a question for the promoters of bibliographic instruction within the library's total service program concerning the improvement of user education activity. Professional library instruction activity has been firmly recognized as a legitimate area within the American Library...

  • An Opinion -- Pieter van Brakel.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov77, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p288 

    This article presents views on the improvement of user education activity in bibliographic instruction. User education should be implemented within a framework of educational theory. Certain aspects of educational theory, such as instructional and lecture methods and use of audio-visual...

  • A Second Opinion -- John Kupersmith.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov77, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p288 

    This article presents views on the improvement of user education activity in bibliographic instruction. People need to become involved with more aspects of the library user's experience than are usually considered to be the province of library orientation or bibliographic instruction. Tours,...

  • A Third Opinion -- Denny Phillips.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov77, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p289 

    This article presents views on the improvement of user education activity in bibliographic instruction. People are well aware of the need for providing instruction in the use of libraries, and many have achieved a good deal of success in getting into the classroom. Questionnaires distributed...

  • A Fifth Opinion -- Brian Nielsen.
    Kirkendall, Carolyn // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Nov77, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p289 

    This article presents views on the improvement of user education activity in bibliographic instruction. The thing that is forefront in bibliographic instruction is a series of related questions about the knowledge and attitudes of freshmen towards libraries. If academic librarians are not...

  • Using Statistical Tests to Evaluate Library Instruction Sessions.
    Glogoff, Stuart // Journal of Academic Librarianship; Jan1979, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p438 

    This article discusses methods and merits of objectivity of the library instruction evaluation at Pennsylvania State University. Evaluating library instruction is topical in academic librarianship. Pre and posttests are used to evaluate the effectiveness of the instruction. The librarians...

  • Modeling Human Dialogue Transactions in the Context of Declarative Knowledge.
    Chimir, Igor; Ghazi, Ameed; Abu-Dawwas, Waheeb // International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT); May2013, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p305 

    The paper deals with an investigation and modeling of dialogue and dialogue transactions. An ontological model of human dialogue interaction, underlying follow-up reasoning, is obtained on the basis of analysis of human-human dialogues and illustrated by one of Plato's dialogue Protagoras. In...

  • Five Tips on Using COBIT 5 Effectively.
    Davis, Peter T. // COBIT Focus; 11/10/2014, p1 

    The article discusses several ways to use COBIT 5 with supporting documents in an appropriate environment including to focus on enterprise goals, to meet regulatory requirements and to focus on pain points. It highlights the importance to ensure process orientation that help an organization to...

  • Keeping Good Company.
    Scheraga, Dan // Chain Store Age; Nov2004, Vol. 80 Issue 11, p66 

    Presents an article on the experiences in attending a user conference of a retail technology solutions provider in Salt Lake City, Utah. Reasons for the increased popularity of user groups; Topics discussed at the conference; Benefits of user conferences.

  • Developing a Future Orientation using Serious Gaming.
    Faber, Edward; Mettau, Petra // Proceedings of ISPIM Conferences; 2014, Issue 25, p1 

    Scenario planning is a well-known technique for developing a future orientation within organisations. Both constructing and using future scenarios are labour intensive and time consuming activities. The actual use of future scenarios is therefore often limited to a set of dedicated workshops...

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