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Proactive development of innovative training resources, programs, and services will return instructional opportunities to reference librarians. By providing new pathways such as in-class collaboration, bibliographic instruction sessions, computer commons mediated searches, online course instructional partnerships, online help and tutorials, minicourses, or other imaginative proactive instructional mediation, librarians will begin to recoup the lost instructional opportunities that are emerging as a technology by-product.

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On an average day during semester there are 10,380 logins into WebSPIRS databases and even on Christmas day, 2002, researchers did not rest with 248 logins. 6 million items. About 46,000 people attended information skills programs provided by the Cybrary. The Library comprises 13 branches, which are primarily disciplinary in basis and located at the major campuses and in the teaching hospitals. Most branches contain eZones (the UQ equivalent of information commons or collaborative learning centres) containing in excess of 1,100 personal computers.

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