Simulating Access Issues: Using Twine to Teach E-Resources Troubleshooting
Libraries are charged with fostering new skills and capabilities in their communities, a challenging task in an era of rapid technological change. Written by librarians, this collections of new essays describes and array of technology outreach and instruction programs for public, academic and school libraries, based on case studies and discussions of methodology
Johnson, H. R.,
Simulating Access Issues: Using Twine to Teach E-Resources Troubleshooting. In Carol Smallwood, Lura Sanborn (Ed.),
Teaching Technology in Libraries: Creative Ideas for Training Staff, Patrons and Students
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