>From: Michael Lorenzen <[log in to unmask]>
>This message is being cross-posted; please excuse duplication.
>The Spring 2003 issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly will be devoted to
>teaching and learning on the web. The emergence of the World Wide Web has
>changed the way that information is disseminated and the manner in which
>faculty and students seek to acquire it. How do librarians and faculty
>best instruct students in the ways to find credible information online?
>What are the best methods for teaching students to evaluate what they find
>on the Web and become educated information consumers? Further, what are
>the best ways for faculty to place information on the Web for student use?
>How does placing a course online change the needs of students who are
>seeking information? Contributions are welcome from many perspectives,
>including those dealing with: library user education, librarian/faculty
>collaboration, teaching competencies, distance education courses, models
>of instruction, teaching technology, information skills, web instruction
>issues for administrators, and various others.
>PLEASE NOTE THAT AEQ, WHICH ADHERES TO A POLICY OF
>DOUBLE-BLIND PEER REVIEWS, NO LONGER REQUIRES A REDACTORY FEE FOR ARTICLES
>SUBMITTED BY THE RECOMMENDED SUBMISSION DATE.
>The following provides complete details:
>The print journal of AEQ has over 23,000 readers, and the electronic
>version, available free world-wide, has hundreds of thousands of potential
>readers as it is available from Gale's InfoTrac Expanded Academic Index.
>Thanks for considering AEQ.
>Michael Lorenzen, Library Instruction Coordinator
>Michigan State University
>East Lansing, MI 48824
Assistant Professor of German
Department of German and Russian Studies
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
Telephone: (573) 882-9450
Fax: (573) 884-8456
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