March 28, 2005
James D. Fisk, reference and instructional services librarian for the Hickman-Johnson-Furrow Library Center at Morningside College, has co-authored “Got Distance Services? Marketing Remote Library Services to Distance Learners” which will appear in Internet Reference Services Quarterly, published by Haworth Press, Inc. The manuscript will be simultaneously published as a chapter in the reference book “Improving Internet Reference Services to Distance Learners,” also by Haworth Press, Inc.
Fisk’s article examines the findings of a study conducted by Emporia State University in Kansas concerning the awareness of distance learning services, marketing techniques, and reference support services for distance learners. He co-authored the article with Terri Pedersen Summey, associate professor of library services at Emporia State University.
Fisk has been at Morningside since 2001. He received a bachelor’s degree from Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn. He holds a master’s degree in library science from Emporia State University and a master’s degree in public policy and administration from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.