Providing Instructional Services: Four Case Studies (Part Four)

Providing effective library instruction often relies on matching instructional methods and formats to specific groups of users with varying research needs. This five-part panel discussion includes speakers from four different institutions, addressing how each instructional program addresses the distinctive needs of their respective constituencies. Topics covered include the different formats in which instruction is provided, marketing initiatives, and instructional innovations.

Part Four of Five

Deborah Vincelli, Electronic Resources and Instructional Services Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

In addition to managing the acquisition of subscription e-resources, Deborah is a member of the Instructional Steering Committee, which oversees the library's instructional programs. She also participates in the Museum Research Staff Instruction Program, which provides training to the Museum's curatorial, conservation, and research staff on the use of library resources.

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