The Biomedical Libraries and the Continuing Education Committee of ACRL New England present...
Creative Web-Based Library Education Projects
Dartmouth College's Biomedical Libraries and NEBIC, the bibliographic instruction committee of ACRL/New England, presented "Creative Web-Based Library Education Projects: Distance Learning and Bibliographic Instruction" on Thursday Oct 23, 1997.
This day-long event was held at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire (an easy 2-hour drive from Boston, Springfield MA, and many other New England locations).
9:15-9:45: Registration, Continental Breakfast
9:45-10:00: Welcome, Bill Garrity, Director of the Biomedical Libraries
10:00: A WWW Thesis Guide: Thinking and Linking in the Research Process, Patricia Gray, Instruction and Reference Librarian, Middlebury College
10:30: Reinterpreting Access: An Integrated Library/Course WWW Guide to a Colonial New England History Course including Links to Library Catalog Searches and Electronic Reserves, Mary Anne Doyle, Assistant Professor and Systems Librarian, J Eugene Smith Library, Eastern Connecticut State University
11:00: Keeping Current, Keeping Sane, Connie Rinaldo, Head, Collection Services and Karen Odato, Outreach Services Librarian, Biomedical Libraries, Dartmouth College
11:30: Getting Them Started; Designing the Gateway and Orientation Materials, Karl Fattig, Catalog Librarian/Library Webmaster and Kathleen Kenny, Science Librarian, Bowdoin College
12:00-2: 00: Lunch (on your own!)
2:00: Using the Web to Leverage the Curriculum, Carmen Mattei Greenlee, Instructional Media Services Librarian, and Ginny Hopcroft, Government Documents Librarian, Bowdoin College
2:30: The Value of Evaluating a Web-Based Library Instruction Tutorial, Laurie Sabol, Instruction/Faculty Outreach Coordinator, Tisch Library at Tufts University
3:00: Web Site Design, Sarah Horton, Multimedia Applications Specialist, Curricular Computing, Dartmouth College
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