Category Archives: Value Report

CLIC-wide Assessment Workshop, The Value of Academic Libraries, featuring Dr. Megan Oakleaf, June 4, 2013

Guest Post by Emily Asch, St. Catherine University Cooperating Libraries in Consortium, CLIC (St. Paul, Minnesota), hosted Megan Oakleaf for the grand finale of their Year of Assessment.  Dr. Oakleaf presented two sessions focused on the research and findings published more »

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Contributing to Overall Institutional Reputation or Prestige

In the Value Report, the last question offered to readers asks, “How does the library contribute to overall institutional reputation or prestige?” There are several factors that are listed, but the third mentions that one of the ways libraries can more »

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Course Content: A Point of Analysis for Library Impact and Value

If you or others at your institution are interested in finding out how your library contributes to faculty teaching, a review of course content can be a point of analysis for library impact and value. The Value Report answers the more »

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