This regard agrees with the observations of Osif
[12.] Ribault, J., Dalle, O., Conan, D., Leriche, S.: OSIF
: A Framework To Instrument, Validate, and Analyze Simulations.
Both groups form the HWT OSIF and described before.
As mentioned previously in Section 3.4, HW Tasks access communication services of the OS4RS via a dedicated interface, that is, the HWT OSIF, which consists of the HW Task Communication Module, the HW Task Communication Event Control, and the Translation Table modules located in the HW Task Wrapper.
For Blummer, success is more likely when the program is linked to institutional goals and a thorough needs assessment, which Osif
corroborates, stating that programs must be "tailored to local demands." (39) Charalambos, et al., provide a more thorough analysis of characteristics of successful online learning communities, which include clearly defined tasks, a common sense of responsibility between members and joint vision, control and ownership.
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Through excellence in services, libraries must therefore build a similar, unified, high-value brand on the web in order to compete effectively (Osif
Learning styles are the different ways that adults and children think and learn (Litzinger and Osif
(2005) reported a shortage of ethical and intellectual resources with which to understand and confront these changes.
One article offered specific methods used in the author's own library to combat the problem (Gossen, 1990), one was a literature review of books and articles in the business and managerial field published up to that time (Osif
, O'Neil, & Harwood, 1995), and only one article addressed the issue of life plateauing and saw plateauing as a positive opportunity for growth and change (Launey, 1995).
Litzinger and Osif
describe different types of learning style theories and suggest practices to reach them.
In a very useful review column on books about technostress, Osif
and Harwood (1996) express hope: Are we doomed to be forever behind, frantically trying to learn what will soon be out-dated, moving daily toward a personal "crash"?