Providing physical orientation to a library remains a standard function of a bibliographic instruction program. Librarians, faced with diminished resources and increased user demands with diverse needs, have responded in creative ways to provide orientation. One such way is the self-guided audiocassette taped library tour. To assist librarians in developing, planning, and implementing self-guided audiocassette walking tours in a variety of languages, a packet of information representing the development of the multilingual audiocassette taped tour is presented. Included here are: the grant proposal, a Parks Library tour script in English, progress and final reports, tour packet provided to library patrons, and guidelines for planning.
Huls, Mary Ellen; Parsons, Kathy A.; Peterson, Lorna; and Vakili, Mary Jane, "Planning, Producing, and Implementing a Multilingual Audiotape Walking Tour of the Iowa State University Parks Library" (1994). Library Reports. 9.