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The Online Library has been developed by the University of London, to provide access to, and support and guidance for, the effective use of online library resources and services for students registered with the University’s External Programme. The External Programme was established in 1858 to make University of London degrees accessible to students who were unable to come to London to study. The Online Library currently supports over 3,500 students who are studying on 37 programmes around the world.

Drawing directly on feedback received from External Programme students via the Online Library enquiry service and the user evaluation undertaken as part of the GLobal Access Management (GLAM) project, this paper will illustrate how External Programme students have responded to the use of internet technologies to provide a library service for students studying at a distance. A particular emphasis will be given to managing authorised access to the Online Library resources using authentication and authorisation (AA) technologies.

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This presentation is part of session "eLearning" which starts at Wednesday, June 9 @ 16:00

 


   
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