Part I examines direct assistance in the library. Part II covers support for the reference desk, such as alternative provisions of service and reference manuals. In Part III, collection activities, instruction, publications, exhibits, and other reference activities are explored. Part IV takes a close look at departmental and library responsibilities.Each vendor has its own protocol for logging on to its facility and searching its databases. ... Even when they do charge their patrons for online database searches, academic libraries authorize reference librarians to perform some readyanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Reference Realist in Library Academia|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 1997-01-01|