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eBook Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment (The Virtual Reference Desk Series) ePub

by Scott Nicholson,Marie L. Radford,Joanne Silverstein,Lynn Westbrook,Philip Nast,R. David Lankes

  • ISBN: 1555705286
  • Category: Writing Research and Publishing Guides
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Scott Nicholson,Marie L. Radford,Joanne Silverstein,Lynn Westbrook,Philip Nast,R. David Lankes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Neal Schuman Publishers; 1 edition (November 21, 2007)
  • Pages: 206
  • ePub book: 1854 kb
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R The fourth part of the book discusses the important of virtual reference training

ISBN-13: 978-1555705282. Virtual reference has gone from an idea to a regular library service in an astonishingly fast seven years. This title comes from papers presented at the seventh, and possibly last, Virtual Reference Desk conference. It is arranged in four parts. The fourth part of the book discusses the important of virtual reference training. Each contributor has a different style, but overall, the text is easy to read.

This book is a selection of papers presented at the 7th annual Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) Conference held in November 2005 near San Francisco.

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David Lankes, Scott Nicholson, Marie L. Radford. During the last decade, virtual reference has grown from a topic of largely theoretical conversation into a very real and practical library service. This is the latest volume in a groundbreaking series of cutting-edge conference titles which influenced that development, following on from "Implementing Digital Reference Services" (2002) and "The Virtual Reference Desk" (2006)

Items related to Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment. Scott Nicholson is author of more than a dozen novels and seventy short stories, as well as six screenplays, four children s books, and three comic book series

Items related to Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment. Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment (The Virtual Reference Desk Series). ISBN 13: 9781555705282. Scott Nicholson is author of more than a dozen novels and seventy short stories, as well as six screenplays, four children s books, and three comic book series. His novel The Red Church was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award and an alternate selection of the Mystery Guild. He also has collaborated with bestselling author . Rain on several paranormal novels.

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Virtual Reference Service from Competencies to assessment. January 2012 library like an academic health or law library. Despite the changing nature of the job, few studies have considered reference competencies more broadly from the employer's point of view.

Marie L. Radford Scott Nicholson R. David Lankes. She is coprincipal investigator of the Seeking Synchronicity (with Lynn Silipigni Connaway) and Cyber Synergy (with Lynn Silipigni Connaway and Chirag Shah) grant projects funded by the IMLS, Rutgers University, and OCLC. She received the 2010 ALA/RUSA Mudge Award for distinguished contributions to reference service. Also of Interest: Public Library Service Responses 2007. Public Library Service Responses 2007. View Full Product Page.

Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment. The Virtual Reference Desk: Creating a Reference Future, pp. 23-46. NY: Neal-Schuman Publishers. Radford, M. L. (1999). Lippincott, J. (2005). In: R. David Lankes, Scott Nicholson, Marie L. Radford, Lynn Westbrook, Joanne Silverstein, and Philip Nast (Ed. Virtual Reference Service: From Competencies to Assessment, pp. 77-88.

This new collection shares experts' best practices, forward looking models, and advice on new developments in virtual reference. Chapter authors discuss the building of consortia, motivational and coaching techniques for staff, instant messaging options, creation of subject-specific taxonomies, interpersonal communications improvement, methods of assessment, and more. A special section of the book introduces the all-new core competencies and standards of the Digital Reference Education Initiative an IMLS-funded project to compile training tools from digital reference educators and practitioners. Each chapter is based on a cutting-edge conference presentation and features both practical guidance and the latest thinking about virtual reference work in libraries.