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Library User Education contains 43 chapters, which explore the value and impact of collaboration and partnerships in academic library user education programs. This is a highly useful and current text, which covers a range of specific programs, formats, and strategies. Examples of many institutions' information literacy efforts and effective evaluation and assessment methods provide strong models to follow or adapt.
Barbara I. Dewey is Dean of libraries for the University of Tennessee and a former director of Information and Research Services at the University of Iowa.
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March 27th, 2001
Edited by Barbara I. Dewey
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