Learning from Distance Faculty: A Faculty Needs Assessment at the University of Wyoming
Distance educators have special library needs. This article discusses the results of a library needs assessment of distance instructors at the University of Wyoming. Access to resources, use of library instructional services, barriers to distance library use, and perceived gaps in service are all addressed. Follow-up actions, based on survey results, are also discussed.
Academic libraries; College teachers; Distance education; Educators; Faculty; Needs assessment; Teachers; Universities and colleges--Faculty
Education | Higher Education | Information Literacy | Library and Information Science
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Learning from Distance Faculty: A Faculty Needs Assessment at the University of Wyoming.
Journal of Library & Information Services in Distance Learning, 5(1-2),