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Fri Mar 21 17:03:29 2014 UTClccn-no990499140.32Self-service systems in libraries : operational analysis /0.580.76Access to campus library and information services by distant users: final report /124659942no 9904991450265475026550Centre for Research in Library and Information ManagementCentre for Research in Library and Information Management, Manchester Metropolitan University.CERLIM.CERLIM AbkuerzungCERLIM (Centre for Research in Library and Information Management)Manchester Metropolitan university. Centre for research in library and information managementUniversity of Central Lancashire. Centre for Research in Library and Information Management.University of Central Lancashire Preston Centre for Research in Library and Information ManagementcontainsVIAFID/127894413Manchester Metropolitan University. Centre for Research in Library and Information Managementlccn-n85025349Brophy, Peter1950-auiclbedtlccn-nb98061376Craven, Jenny1961-edtlccn-n92014052Fisher, Shelagh1953-edtlccn-nr2006017669Markland, Margaretedtviaf-139444173SELF Project Consortiumlccn-nb2006006868BIBDEL Projectlccn-no96043381British LibraryResearch and Innovation Centrelccn-nb97047507Wynne, Peter(Peter M.)np-goodall, deborah l$deborah lynneGoodall, Deborah L.(Deborah Lynne)lccn-nr97022024Joint Information Systems CommitteeManchester Metropolitan UniversityCentre for Research in Library and Information ManagementConference proceedingsBibliographyExternal use of librariesLibraries and adult educationLibrary outreach programsLibraries and distance educationGreat BritainLibraries--AutomationAcademic librariesDigital librariesInternet--Social aspectsLibrary science--Technological innovationsPublic services (Libraries)Library extensionDistance educationUniversity extensionInformation services--ManagementLibrary information networksLibrary administrationManagement information systemsLibrary administration--Technological innovationsLibrary resourcesUniversity cooperationAcademic libraries--Relations with faculty and curriculumTotal quality managementOnline information servicesOnline library catalogs--Remote accessInformation technologyPublic libraries--AutomationInformation storage and retrieval systemsPost-compulsory educationEuropeContinuing education--Information servicesContinuing education--Government policyComputer networksComputer securityLibrary circulation and loans--AutomationSelf-service (Economics)EnglandAutomationAcademic libraries--Circulation and loansLibraries--EvaluationAcademic libraries--Information servicesLibrary scienceInformation scienceEducationLibraries and electronic publishingMachine-readable bibliographic data19951996199719981999200120022004200620087423069025.50285Z699.A1ocn471008581ocn471008564ocn468339583ocn471008596ocn7999108232065ocn055883943book20020.66Libraries without walls conferenceLibraries Without Walls 5 : the distributed delivery of library and information services : proceedings of an international conference held on 19-23 September 2003, organized by the Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM), Manchester Metropolitan UniversityConference proceedings+-+56609510361952ocn065204000book20060.56Libraries without WallsLibraries without walls 6 : evaluating the distributed delivery of library servicesConference proceedingsThis edited collection is drawn from the sixth Libraries Without Walls Conference, held in 2005. From their beginnings in 1995, the Libraries Without Walls conferences have mapped a major change in the practice of librarianship. While library services are still concerned to provide users with physical access to their buildings, electronic access, often from remote locations, is becoming ever more dominant. Papers presented at previous LWW conferences have provided examples of how libraries are pushing out the frontiers of their services. In 2005 a different approach was taken. The question was asked, 'How do we know whether these new services are having a positive impact on our users?' In response, papers written by leading professionals worldwide followed these broad themes: theoretical approaches to the evaluation of the new services, with an emphasis on qualitative methods; the user experience: what do we know about the users of these services?; assessment of the usability, including the accessibility, of the services; measuring the outcomes and impact. These state-of-the-art papers will enable library managers and information professionals in all sectors to keep abreast of the latest developments in this vital area. The book will also assist educational specialists and course developers in increasing their understanding of the role and importance of information in the learning process+-+1120951036324572ocn041309463book19990.70Brophy, PeterExtremism and the Internet5610ocn053391005book19960.37SELF Project ConsortiumSelf-service systems in libraries : final report398ocn232712254book20080.47Libraries without Walls ConferenceLibraries without walls 7 : exploring 'anywhere, anytime' delivery of library services : proceedings of an international conference held on 14-18 September 2007, organized by the Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM), Manchester Metropolitan UniversityConference proceedings+-+5871951036262ocn059604994book19970.66Goodall, DeborahA comparable experience? : library support for franchised courses in higher education251ocn037156697book19960.76Access to campus library and information services by distant users: final report192ocn041389570book19970.39Brophy, PeterManagement information systems and performance measurement for the electronic library (MIEL2)162ocn059493717book20010.73Eve, JulietThe value and impact of end-user IT services in public librariesThe Final Report of the Value & Impact of IT Access in Libraries (VITAL) research project, undertaken by a team at the Centre for Research in Library & Information Management (CERLIM), the Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. The project developed a methodology for assessing impact and undertook testing in three contrasting library authorities, Birmingham, Cheshire and Cumbria. The results of these tests provided evidence of positive impacts on a range of users across all three authorities and strong support for the concept of making Internet access available through public libraries. The Report ends with a series of recommendations and observations143ocn038551298book19960.56Self-service systems in libraries : generalised functional specification122ocn038591724book19960.32Self-service systems in libraries : operational analysis91ocn037156677book19960.63Wynne, PeterAccess to campus library and information services by distant users: the design of three demonstration exhibitions82ocn039914537book19970.47Craven, JennyHealth and older people from minority ethnic groups : bibliography prepared for the Department of HealthBibliography71ocn516494967book19970.53EQLIPSE : evaluation and quality in library performance, system for Europe72ocn037890941book19960.47Access to campus library and information services by distant users : proceedings of the first BIBDEL Conference, Mytilene, Greece 9-10 September 1995Conference proceedings74ocn780810479book20060.59Libraries without Walls ConferenceLibraries without walls 6 : evaluating the distributed delivery of library services ; proceedings of an international conference held on 16 - 20 -september 2005, organized by t he Centre for Research in Library and Information Management (CERLIM), Manchester Metropolitan UniversityConference proceedings+-+112095103632462ocn037156311book19950.47Wynne, PeterAccess to campus library and information services by distant users : preliminary studies61ocn503692096book19980.47Libraries without walls 2 : the delivery of library services to distant usersConference proceedings53ocn263560762book19980.50Brophy, PeterThe development of UK academic library services in the context of lifelong learning42ocn037156688book19960.47Butters, GAccess to campus library and information services by distant users : evaluations of three demonstration experiments+-+5660951036+-+5660951036Fri Mar 21 16:10:28 EDT 2014batch14694