Teaching novice computer users, including seniors and individuals with disabilities such as low vision or motor skills, how to do what they want and need to do online is a formidable challenge for library staff. Part inspirational, part practical Without a Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide is a summary of techniques, approaches, and skills that will help librarians meet this challenge. Jessamyn C. West's experience as a librarian, deeply immersed in technology culture yet living in rural America, makes her uniquely qualified to write this book. Taking a big-picture approach to the subject, she demystifies and simplifies tech training for the busy librarian, providing an easy-to-use handbook full of techniques that can be used with many different library populations. As an added bonus, she also examines the players in the library technology arena to offer firsthand reports on what works, what doesn't, and what's next.That gives you general location information such as state (for smallpopulation states like Vermont and Wyoming), or at ... In Vermont for example, if you know someonea#39;s area code and extension, you know what town they live in. ... My work phone number 802-728-9595 gives this information: 802aThis person is in Vermont.
|Title||:||Without a Net: Librarians Bridging the Digital Divide|
|Author||:||Jessamyn C. West|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-05-06|