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Hypertext and hypermedia are important new methods of learning and instruction for the health sciences. Articles cited in this bibliography deal with the creation, development, and implementation of hypertext/hypermedia programs in both academic and clinical environments.
Introduction There are many issues impacting the history of media collections in academic libraries. Facets of this history are intertwined with the profession of media librarianship and the fields adjacent to it such as instructional technology and audiovisual production. Additionally, popular culture and the demand from library users impact our collection… (More)
Advances in instruction-delivery technology have a direct impact on academic media centers. New technology challenges librarians philosophically, financially, and ethically to provide access to information and instructional systems. Each institution has a unique set of circumstances governing decisions to provide access to hypermedia. If patron needs are… (More)