Technologies for learning: Instructional support at Cornell's Albert r. Mann library

Zsuzsa Koltay (Public services librarian)
Ben Trelease (Administrator, Technologies for Learning Center Trelease is currently working at Microsoft.)
Philip M. Davis (Instructional librarian, Albert R. Mann Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.)

Library Hi Tech

ISSN: 0737-8831

Publication date: 1 April 1996


Cornell University's Albert R. Mann Library was featured in a 1994 Library Hi Tech issue as a prototype of the electronic library. Mann Library, the winner of the American Library Association's first Library of the Future award, presented its systematic approach to creating a new digital research library, an approach that employs modern methods rooted in classic principles to form a vibrant, organic whole by integrating the print and the digital library. Mann's approach is based on having a clear understanding of what our mission is and constantly rethinking what we are doing to achieve it. Consequently, a lot has happened at Mann since 1994. This article describes the library's new program of instructional technology support, while a series of short reports focus on some of the other Mann Library projects.


Koltay, Z., Trelease, B. and Davis, P. (1996), "Technologies for learning: Instructional support at Cornell's Albert r. Mann library", Library Hi Tech, Vol. 14 No. 4, pp. 83-98.

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