A Concise Dictionary of English Slang by B.A. Phythian

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For example see: Austen, B. (2010). The end of Borders and the future of books. Bloomberg BusinessWeek Magazine. html. 6. A number of studies conducted in the past 15 years or so reveal that the availability of eBooks and/or eJournals makes both information and educational programs accessible to populations and geographical areas previously too remote, isolated or otherwise difficult to serve via traditional educational programs and library services. Some examples include the following: Hedberg, J.

Changing the Mindset: From Traditional On-Campus and Distance Education to Online Teaching and Learning”. Computer Supported Cooperative Work Volume 33, 2006, Pages 45–67. J. (2008). “E-book Subscription in a Distance Education Institution: A Case of Indira Gandhi National Open University, India”. Serials Review. Volume 34, Issue 2, June 2008, Pages 104–114. 7. Examples include the following: Huwe, T. (2013) “Duking it out in Ebooks ‘wild west’ market place” Computers in Libraries, Jan/Feb 2013.

As with the previous discussion of “vision,” when it is not possible to meet a goal or design something that reflects the principles discussed below, it is still important to keep the ideal in mind and seek opportunities to move the library progressively closer to the ideal. If a person is aware of what ultimately is the ideal state, he or she is more likely to recognize and make use of opportunities as they present themselves. This section will list and discuss those goals and related best practices.

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