Offers an introduction to web accessibility and usability for information professionals, offering advice on the concerns relevant to library and information organizations. This book can be used as a resource for developing staff training and awareness activities. It will also be of value to website managers involved in web design and development.
Celebrates and acknowledges the contribution Professor Peter Brophy has made over a career spanning 37 years to the field of library and information studies. Reflecting on his work, this title offers strategies for the future direction of library and information services in the virtual era.
From their beginnings in 1995, the Libraries Without Walls conferences have mapped a major change in the practice of librarianship. This collection is drawn from the seventh Libraries Without Walls Conference, held in 2007.
The delivery of library services to users based at a distance from the physical library is a topic of growing interest around the world. To address the issue, this book brings together the papers from the fifth Libraries Without Walls Conference.
From their beginnings in 1995, the Libraries Without Walls conferences have made a major change in the practice of librarianship. Drawn from the sixth Libraries Without Walls Conference, this book aims at assisting educational specialists and course developers in increasing their understanding of importance of information in the learning process.