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Higher Education in the Internet Age: Libraries Creating a Strategic Edge (ACE/Praeger Series on Higher Education) epub ebook

by Gordon E. Gee,Patricia Senn Breivik

Higher Education in the Internet Age: Libraries Creating a Strategic Edge (ACE/Praeger Series on Higher Education) epub ebook

Author: Gordon E. Gee,Patricia Senn Breivik
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; Revised edition (March 30, 2006)
Pages: 340 pages
ISBN: 0275981940
ISBN13: 978-0275981945
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Patricia Senn Breivik, E. Gordon Gee. ISBN: 0275981940 .

Based on their 1989 award-winning book in the ACE series, Information Literacy: Revolution in the Library, this new work from Breivik and Gee addresses the unique challenges of today's ed culture while responding to the significant changes that have occurred on campuses during the past fifteen years.

Higher education in the Internet age: Libraries creating a strategic edge

Higher education in the Internet age: Libraries creating a strategic edge. Westport, CT: American Council on Education and Praeger Publishers.

In this age of information, libraries can and should be one of the primary strategic tools. By highlighting the extensive and successful use some campus leaders have made of library resources and personnel, the authors hope to inspire others to see their libraries strategically. Based on their 1989 award-winning book in the ACE series, Information Literacy: Revolution in the Library, this new work from Breivik and Gee addresses the unique challenges of today's ed culture while responding to the significant changes that have occurred on campuses during the past fifteen.

Higher Education in the Internet Age: Libraries Creating A Strategic Edge. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006

Higher Education in the Internet Age: Libraries Creating A Strategic Edge. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2006.

American Council on Education/Praeger series on higher education. Download DOC book format. General Note: Rev. ed. of: Information literacy : revolution in the library.

Age : Libraries Creating a Strategic Edge.

Higher Education in the Internet Age : Libraries Creating a Strategic Edge. by Patricia Senn Breivik. This new work from Breivik and Gee addresses the unique challenges of today's ed culture while responding to the significant changes that have occurred on campuses during the past fifteen years.

The authors of this book believe "It is our collective challenge as scholars, educators, and academic leaders to develop a strategic .

They believe that academic institutions will change in form and character, and that such changes will affect the mission, function, and possibly even the concept of the university. The role of leadership is to both see over the horizon and adapt leadership styles to an environment of constant change.

Patricia Senn Breivik E. Gordon Ge. In this age of information, libraries can and should be one of the primary strategic tools

Patricia Senn Breivik E. In this age of information, libraries can and should be one of the primary strategic tools.

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Breivik, Patricia Senn

Breivik, Patricia Senn.

This new work from Breivik and Gee addresses the unique challenges of today's information-overloaded culture while responding to the significant changes that have occurred on campuses during the past fifteen years. Chief among these changes are the pervasive use of the Internet, growing community engagement, distance education, the emphasis on more active learning, and the assessment of student learning outcomes. The work is enriched by a series of key-issue statements about topics that have emerged within today's wired society, and by vignettes highlighting best practices that have been extracted from interviews with leaders in education, business, and government.Far too often, presidents, academic vice presidents, and other campus leaders fail to take advantage of the contributions their campus libraries can make toward achieving institutional visions and priorities. In this age of information, libraries can and should be one of the primary strategic tools. By highlighting the extensive and successful use some campus leaders have made of library resources and personnel, the authors hope to inspire others to see their libraries strategically. Based on their 1989 award-winning book in the ACE series, Information Literacy: Revolution in the Library, this new work from Breivik and Gee addresses the unique challenges of today's information-overloaded culture while responding to the significant changes that have occurred on campuses during the past fifteen years. Chief among these changes are the pervasive use of the Internet, growing community engagement, distance education, the emphasis on more active learning, and the assessment of student learning outcomes. The work is enriched by a series of key issue statements about topics that have emerged within today's wired society, and by vignettes highlighting best practices that have been extracted from interviews with leaders in education, business, and government. This book is the result of a long-time friendship between a highly successful and innovative un
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