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Teaching, Learning and Technology for Concurrent-Use Programs: The Partnership Library Experience in Central Florida

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Author(s): Mem Stahley

Journal: Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences
ISSN 1013-090X

Volume: 42;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 49;
Date: 2004;
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Keywords: Concurrent-use | Postsecondary education partnerships | Online library resources | Educational access

ABSTRACT
The purpose of this paper is to share the local context and strategies implemented at community college- university locations to address educational needs in partnering area campus locations. Working strategies include providing quality faculty and accredited programs of study fully supported with local library resources and full-text access for lower and upper division research. The discussion begins with a review of the legislative and higher education initiatives that advanced joint and concurrent-use programs in Florida. Next, the author presents the community college curriculum with supporting library access and resources for concurrent-use programs in partnership with the university. Last, the reciprocal university concurrent-use curriculum with supporting library access and services is presented. The University of Central Florida s partnership and concurrent-use program extends to six community colleges at 13 sites.
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