The S.A.G.E. Project: A Model for Library Support of Distance Education
Creators:Rodman, Ruey L.
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Publisher:The Haworth Press, Inc.
Citation:Ruey L. Rodman, "The S.A.G.E. Project: A Model for Library Support of Distance Education," Internet Reference Services Quarterly 6, issue 2 (2001), doi: 10.1300/J136v06n02_04
This paper describes the process and creation of a library resources and services Web page within WebCT, a course authoring program that is being used to deliver complete course content over the Internet in a distance education program at The Ohio State University. A librarian at the Prior Health Sciences Library was asked to join a faculty team to teach and provide library services for a series of three courses. The students are working health professionals who cannot attend regularly scheduled classes. Illustrations are included of the WebCT course page and the library resources and services page. The initial process and planning are described, and recommendations for future research are identified.
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