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The Assessment Environment in North American Research Libraries
(7th Northumbria Conference, 2007)
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Science Experiments: Reaching Out to Our Users
As we all know, it has become increasingly important for librarians to reach out to their user communities and promote the value of libraries. Convincing the faculty and students in the sciences of the value of libraries and librarians can be a particularly “hard-sell” as more and more of their primary journal literature ...
Methodological Diversity and Assessment Sustainability: Growing the Culture of Assessment at the University of Washington Libraries
The University of Washington Libraries has been active in library assessment since 1991 and is frequently mentioned as one of the few academic libraries with a thriving culture of assessment. During the past fifteen years the assessment program has grown steadily, moving from a one-time large-scale survey to an ongoing ...