The Digital Age and Local StudiesBy
- Peter Reid
The Digital Age and Local Studies examines the impact of various electronic developments, particularly the internet on local studies librarianship. The recent explosion in use of the internet has been matched by an increased interest in local, family and community history, all areas in which local studies libraries excel. The book provides practitioners with practical advice on the provision of web-based services for users. Such areas as e-genealogy and e-learning are covered. Importantly, the book provides examples of best-practice and shows how practical lessons can be learned from the experiences of the innovators in the field.
Paperback, 200 Pages
Published: October 2003
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
â¦a book that reads well and is nicely presented., Programe: Electronic Library and Information Systems
â¦a valuable indicative bibliography and a helpful index., Programe: Electronic Library and Information Systems
- Introduction; Exploding the myth of parochialism; E-enquiry services for local studies; Remote users and local materials; E-genealogy and the library; E-collaboration and cooperation; E-learning; Evaluation and appraisal.