Library Resources and Services in Institutions of Higher Education must meet the needs of all their faculty, students, and academic support personnel, regardless of where they are located. This is the under girding and uncompromising conviction of the “Guidelines for Distance Learning Library Services.” The principle applies to individuals on a main campus, off campus, in distance learning or regional campus programs, or in the absence of a campus at all. The principle likewise applies to courses taken for credit or non-credit, in continuing education programs, in courses attended in person or by means of electronic transmission, or any other means of distance learning. Distance Learning Library Services refers to those library services in Support College, university, or other post-secondary courses and programs offered away from a main campus, or in the absence of a traditional campus, and regardless of where credit is given. These courses may be taught in traditional or nontraditional formats or media, may or may not require physical facilities, and may or may not involve live interaction of teachers and students.