The April 2020 special issue of College & Research Libraries, highlighting the projects of ACRL Academic Library Impact research grant recipients, is now freely available online. Visit the C&RL website for complete contents from 1939 to the present and followC&RL on Facebook and Twitter for updates and discussion.
Note: The November 2013 issue was the final print issue of College & Research Libraries. The journal began an online-only publication model in January 2014.
Jill Becker and Sara Goek. “Special Issue Editors’ Introduction.”
Katy Kelly. “Collaborative and Co-curricular: Programming and Academic Library Impact.”
Theresa Westbrock and Angie Cox. “Students Helping Students: Creating and Evaluating a Collaborative Service Model in the Library.”
Nick Faulk and Emily Crist. “A Mixed-Methods Study of Library Communication with Online Students and Faculty Members.”
Jennifer Mayer, Rachel Dineen, Angela Rockwell, and Jayne Blodgett. “Undergraduate Student Success and Library Use: A Multimethod Approach.”
Rebecca A. Croxton and Anne Cooper Moore. “Quantifying Library Engagement: Aligning Library, Institutional, and Student Success Data.”
Penny Beile, Kanak Choudhury, Rachel Mulvihill, and Morgan Wang. “Aligning Library Assessment with Institutional Priorities: A Study of Student Academic Performance and Use of Five Library Services.”
Linda L. Anderson and Susan A. Vega García. “Library Usage, Instruction, and Student Success across Disciplines: A Multilevel Model Approach.”
M. Sara Lowe, Abby Currier, and Steven Graunke. “Documenting the Value of Librarians in the Classroom: Results from a Mixed-Methods Research Collaboration with Campus Partners.”
Maglen Epstein and Bridget Draxler. “Collaborative Assessment of an Academic Library and Writing Center Partnership: Embedded Writing and Research Tutors for First-Year Students.”
James Cheng and Starr Hoffman. “Librarians and Administrators on Academic Library Impact Research: Characteristics and Perspectives.”
Kyle M.L. Jones, Kristin A. Briney, Abigail Goben, Dorothea Salo, Andrew Asher, and Michael R. Perry. “A Comprehensive Primer to Library Learning Analytics Practices, Initiatives, and Privacy Issues.“