E-learning is becoming commonplace in academic institutions. To date ite-learning has been used as an alternative medium in the delivery of established content; however, it is also becoming a vehicle for much wider ranging developments, including a change in the relationship between teachers and those responsible for learner support. Increasingly library and information services are directly involved in the development of e-content and in delivering services to support e-learning. Thus it is affecting all aspects of library service provision in education. This management guide takes a practical and strategic approach to providing quality services in an e-learning environment. It will help managers understand e-learning and, more importantly, help them exploit the full potential of this new area for their service. Contributions from leading managers and practitioners address the range of operational issues that managers should consider in supporting e-learning, and provide case studies in order to demonstrate how the theory can be translated into practice. This book is essential reading for all managers of library and information services involved with policy and service development issues, from senior to team managers. It will also be insightful for new professionals and students.