5 edition of Library assessment found in the catalog.
by Association of Research Libraries, Office of Leadership and Management Services in Washington, D.C
Written in English
This SPEC survey was distributed to the 123 ARL member libraries in May 2007. Of those 123 libraries, 73 (60%) completed the survey. The survey results indicate that while a modest number of libraries engaged in assessment activities beyond annual ARL statistics gathering in the 1980s and earlier, the biggest jump in assessment activity occurred between 1990 and 2004. The overwhelming majority of responses indicate the impetus for assessment was service driven and user centered and came from within the library itself rather than from an outside source.
|Statement||Stephanie Wright, Lynda S. White.|
|Series||SPEC kit -- 303.|
|Contributions||White, Lynda S., Association of Research Libraries.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
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The chapters address assessment from a campus setting and present data that demonstrate the value of the library within that setting in terms of learning, research, and overall impact. In sum, the book presents librarians with up-to-date, practical guidelines for planning and conducting assessment. PRESEARCHING - On DAY ONE of the assessment, students are given a question to research from the two questions that they previously submitted to their homeroom teacher. The teacher reviews these questions with the school librarian to make certain there are sufficient research materials in the library.
The Assessment & User Experience (AUX) Department works with all library departments to improve users' experience of library services and spaces, both physical and virtual. AUX staff engage in the following: Provide leadership for addressing . Contact. Chief Assessor. DeAnna Heichel, CPE. Deputy Chief Assessor. Wendy Pielmeier, CPE Assessment Office Allegheny St. Suite Hollidaysburg, PA Phone: () Fax: () Email: blairassessment @
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Libraries typically develop surveys for 3 reasons: to gauge user satisfaction, to assess users’ needs (usage), or to learn more about outcomes—that is, the end results of using the library. A fourth purpose of surveys is to gather demographic information about library users.
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