Instruction : An Ongoing Project Under Constant Revision

  title={Instruction : An Ongoing Project Under Constant Revision},
  author={Kornelia Tancheva}
  • Kornelia Tancheva
Introduction With the proliferation of the Internet and the capabilities it offers for providing instruction in general (cf. Manuel for statistics on distance education programs and enrollment), and for instruction on the uses and services of today's libraries, the creation of online library instruction tutorials has come to be regarded as almost a panacea to the ever-growing need for user instruction with limited human resources. This paper will look at over forty existing library tutorials… CONTINUE READING

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