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Information Resources and Library Services for Distance Learners: A Framework for Quality

Crews, Kenneth D.; Consortium for Educational Technology for University Systems

This document contains recommendations on guidelines for information resources and library services for distance learners. As such, it may serve as a blueprint for policy development or updating existing guidelines at the local, state, regional and national level. The overarching intent of this work is to provide sample principles as a resource for developing, enhancing and endorsing standards and guidelines for distance learners.


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Libraries and Information Services
Consortium for Educational Technology for University Systems
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February 25, 2011
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