Government information education and training: A selective annotated bibliographyReference Services Review
AbstractAn urgent topic of conversation among government documents librarians today is the need for training, in both the use of federal depository collections and the provision of reference services for these collections. Two trends that have pushed this issue to the forefront in recent years are the proliferation of electronic resources and the fact that, in many institutions, government documents reference services are being integrated into general reference service points. This selective bibliography focuses on recent articles that present a substantially detailed account of training and educational programs for everything from ongoing professional development training for staff to course-integrated instruction for students, and will serve as a resource for librarians involved in these educational efforts.
PermissionsUse Find in Your Library, contact the author, or use interlibrary loan to garner a copy of the article. Publisher copyright policy allows author to archive post-print (author’s final manuscript). When post-print is available or publisher policy changes, the article will be deposited
Publisher CitationCox, J. L., & Skarl, S. (2004). Government information education and training: A selected annotated bibliography. Reference Services Review, 32, 313-319. doi:10.1108/00907320410553722
Citation InformationSusie Skarl and Jennifer Cox. "Government information education and training: A selective annotated bibliography" Reference Services Review Vol. 32 Iss. 3 (2004) p. 313 - 319
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susie_skarl/4/