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Ashgate Publishing, June 2006, Pages: 220
The university subject librarians' role is at the centre of new models of teaching and learning, yet further debate and published contributions are still needed to shape its future direction. Subject Librarians: Engaging with the Learning and Teaching Environment assesses trends and challenges in current practice, and aims to encourage renewed thinking and improved approaches. Its editors and authors include experienced practitioners and academics.
At a time of great change and increasing challenges in higher education this book offers directors of academic services, library managers, librarians and lecturers a chance to reflect on the key issues and consider the needs of the learning community. Subject Librarians: Engaging with the Learning and Teaching Environment also provides a perspective on current practice and a reference source for students of Information Management and Information Studies.
Foreword, Sally Brown
Editors' introduction, Penny Dale, Matt Holland and Marian Matthews.
The Subject Specialist in Higher Education: The subject specialist in higher education – a review of the literature, Margaret Feetham
Professional engagement – the subject specialist in higher education, Penny Dale, Maggie Leharne, Trudi Knight and Kate Marshall
Quality assurance, quality enhancement, Jill Beard; Learning and teaching, Kerry Shephard
Relating to further education – partners and franchises, Jane Ryland
Virtual learning environments, Marian Matthews
Changing relationships in the university, Kerry Shephard and Marian Matthews
Serving Different Constituencies: Serving different constituencies: undergraduates, Jenny Campbell and Pete Maggs
Serving different constituencies: asynchronous learners, Janet Peters
Serving different constituencies: researchers, Matt Holland
Serving different constituencies: international students, Frank Trew
International Perspectives: A review of international trends in library faculty support in higher education: a special focus on Southern African university libraries, Buhle Mbambo
Conclusion: Conclusion, Penny Dale, Matt Holland and Marian Matthews
List of Figures: Seven Pillars of Information Literacy model
Map of Southern Africa showing all Southern African Development Community countries