Category Archives: Institutional Reputation/Prestige

ALA Annual: Accreditation Case Study

During the Value of Academic Libraries update session at ALA in San Francisco, Jennifer Fabbi (Library Dean, CSU San Marcos) and Carole Huston (Associate Provost, University of San Diego) shared their experience assessing information literacy within the framework of the WASC more »

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ALA Annual: Information Literacy as a Core Competency

At the Update on Value of Academic Libraries Initiative session at ALA Annual in San Francisco, the Value of Academic Libraries committee will present a case study on including information literacy as a core competency in accreditation standards. Please join more »

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Libraries and Accreditation

This post is from Peter McDonald, Dean of Library Services at Fresno State. He thanks Patty Iannuzzi and Theresa Byrd, whose conversations with him on this topic formed the ideas in the post below. The accreditation commission Western Association of Schools more »

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