Distance Library Services Assessment


Mission Statement
In keeping with the standards outlined by the American Library Association the Distance Library Services Department of the John B. Coleman Library acknowledges the principle of access entitlement. All students, regardless of location, be it off campus, on campus or in the absence of a physical campus are entitled to library services and resources to meet information and research needs. As such the Distance Library Services Department is committed to supporting students and faculty affiliated with Prairie View A&M University satellite campuses and online learning programs by providing exceptional information resources and services comparable to those provided by the main campus library and library staff.
Vision Statement
The Distance Library Services Department seeks to creatively identify and use a broad range of new and existing electronic resources and media to encourage communication, research and scholarly activity and to establish a virtual social presence that removes barriers created by geographic distance and constraints.
Assessment Reports

     Distance Library Services Assessment Report November 5, 2008 
     Distance Services Summary of Research Instruction Sessions – Fall 2007 Northwest Campus

Distance Services Librarian Post Instruction Survey 
     Distance Services Librarian Post Instruction Survey 2009 
     Distance Services Library Survey
     Evaluating Distance Library Service     Distance Services Workshop Survey – FY2007-08
Library Instruction Reports
Library Instruction Report 9/2007 – 3/2009
Library Instruction Report (Departmental Details – 3/2009


Subject Content by Jean Brumfield, Distance Services Librarian
Maintained by Karl Henson, Library Webmaster
Updated 5/25/2012 

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