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Digital Reference Services - The Virtual Reference Desk
The Virtual Reference Desk
(http://www.vrd.org) announces the DIG_REF Listserv. a forum for the growing number of people and organizations answering the questions of users via the Internet. From Ask-an-Expert (AskA) services to libraries, an increasing number of organizations are creating digital reference services to provide expert information and reference help.Need Homework Help?
List of libraries providing virtual reference services
The word Wiki is a shorter form of Wiki Wiki (weekie, weekie) which is from the native language of Hawaii, where it is commonly used as an adjective to denote something 'quick' or 'fast'."
LIS Wiki - This list is for libraries with some form of synchronous or chat services. An exhaustive list of libraries offering other virtual reference services is nowadays akin to a list of libraries that offer telephone service; to search the thousands of library sites which employ e-mail links or simple web feedback forms, see Libweb (http://lists.webjunction.org/libweb/).
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