Virtual Reference on a Budget: Case Studies
Editors: T. Dalston & M. Pullin
Contributing Authors: Bogel, G., Bomar, S., Creel, S. & Swarlis, L.
Gayle Bogel is a contributing author, "" Virtual reference service in a middle school setting", p.67-76.
Book Description: Use this practical resource to create a virtual reference service in your school or public library using little to no budget money! Learn how to use virtual reference without purchasing expensive hardware and software. Get beneficial resources to help sell virtual reference ideas to administrators and technology coordinators. Find out about providing virtual reference services to special patron populations like hearing-impaired students. These case studies address the knowledge and skills needed for evaluating, acquiring, and using electronic databases, Internet materials, and online services. - Publisher description
Bogel, G., Bomar, S., Creel, S. & Swarlis, L. (2008)." Virtual reference service in a middle school setting" in T. Dalston & M. Pullin (Ed.). Virtual Reference on a Budget: Case Studies. (pp. 67-76). Columbus, Ohio:Linworth.
Dalston, Teresa; Pullin, Michael; Bogel, Gayle; Bomar, S.; Creel, S.; and Swarlis, L., "Virtual Reference on a Budget: Case Studies" (2008). GSEAP Faculty Book and Media Gallery. 11.