Delivering E-Learning for Information Services in Higher Education
This book provides a comprehensive overview of e-learning (online learning) systems in the context of system delivery for Higher Education Information Services. The book considers practical issues in choosing a virtual learning environment and discusses a range of issues in implementing, managing and maintaining the service for users. In particular, the issue of accessibility and usability is discussed in the context of recent legislation (e.g. Disability Discrimination Act / SENDA.).
Two ordinary people . . . in extraordinary circumstances.As the single father of quintuplet babies, Michael doesn’t just have his hands full. He has his life full.Too full.The last thing he wants is to fall in love with Olivia, the girl next door. He doesn't have time. He's too busy changing diapers.The Baby Tree is a Christian romance.
Jargon-free and aimed at information professionals with sole/mixed responsibilities
Identifies leading systems, discussing strengths and weaknesses
Draws examples from current practice in Higher Education
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