New York, New York (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
The report looks at how academic libraries are themselves using lecture capture in information literacy and other applications, and also how they are playing a role in providing metadata, archiving, technology and education services to other end users of lecture capture technology in higher education. The study provides detailed data on product selection, cooperation with other departments of the college or university over lecture capture deployment, use of lecture capture in technology centers, and the impact of lecture capture on library information literacy efforts.
The study is available through Primary Research Group, and through standard book and research report sales and distribution channels such as Yankee Book Peddler, Midwest Library Services, Amazom, Baker & Taylor and Research and Markets. A pdf is currently available directly from Primary Research Group and a print edition will be available for shipment on September 8, 2013 and can be ordered now. For a table of contents and free excerpt, view our website at http://www.PrimaryResearch.com.