- Case studies show how - in practical terms - information science issues relate to users' behaviour
- Written by experts in the field, with each chapter drawing on both case studies and extensive experience in the field
- Can be used as a detailed reference or an overview
The further education lecturer: Peter
The voluntary organisation: Wendy
The academic: Sandra
The media consultant: Jeremy
An international student: Olaf
The Cochrane Library: Jo and Ioannis
The legal viewpoint: Annabel
Educational usage of economics and management resources in France
Finding and managing information for the international community: Barbara
From practice to need
some reflections. Part 2 The information issues: Effective online information services management
Marketing your service
Making your resource more accessible
Building user skills
Technology. Part 3 The information issues: Social horizons
From need to service: the changing role of the information professional.
Dr Neil Jacobs, an experienced information professional who has worked both in traditional libraries and on national projects and online services and works at the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) and University of Bristol, UK and is responsible for developing and running national online services.
Lesly Huxley is based at the Institute for Learning and Research Technology, University of Bristol, UK and is responsible for developing and running national online services.