While appreciation and uses of media resources in higher education continue to
grow, so too have user expectations and the complexities of providing quality media
services. Responding to this challenge requires deliberate media resources program
development, but the literature is lacking in case studies documenting specific
approaches. Accordingly, this article will describe the “Media Resources Support
Framework” process and outcomes that have guided the University of Minnesota’s
(Twin Cities) efforts to redesign our media resources program to better align with
current campus needs.
Spicer, S. (2010). A Framework for Media Resources Support Program Development. College & University Media Review, 10, 79-90.
This article describes the development and some initial outcomes of a framework for strengthening media resources outreach support, as a component of the new University of Minnesota Libraries, Media Services program.
A Framework for Media Resources Support Program Development.
Consortium of College & University Media Centers.
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University of Minnesota: Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law; Kirtley, Jane, E.; Anderson, Jonathan; Memmel, Scott; Hargrove, Elaine (University of Minnesota, The Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law, 2021-01)
The Silha Bulletin is a publication of the Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and Law, a research center housed within the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The Bulletin is published three times a year.