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Linking Students to Library Resources through the Learning Management System

by Elizabeth L Black, Betsy Blankenship
Journal of Library Administration ()
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Abstract

This article describes Carmen Library Link, a tool created at the Ohio State University, which enables librarians to create customized library resource pages that are delivered to students within their courses in the Learning Management System. This article will discuss the need for the tool, how collaboration made the tool possible, and how a librarian at a regional campus has used Carmen Library Link to reach students more effectively. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

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