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Team Teaching the Internet: The University of Arizona Experience
Sunday, January 1, 1995
The University of Arizona Library has forged partnerships with the Center for Computing and Information Technology and the University Teaching Center to develop Internet training sessions forits own staff, and for University faculty, students, and staff. Utilizing both the staff expertise and the resources of each unit, they have developed a dynamic and effective program which helps members of the campus community understand how to access Internet tools and integrate Internet resources into their research, curriculum, and classrooms. Teaching and learning models have beendeveloped, first for staff and then for users, which are continually modified. Models are based on a conceptual framework which includes principles of adult learning in a constantly changing electronic environment. All of this has taken place amidst a background of organizational change which has provided a team-based library organization strategically positioned to respond to the academic community's changing needs and directions.