Category Archives: Faculty Research Productivity

Assessment in Action Project Reflection – Talia R. Nadir

The ACRL Value in Academic Libraries team asked recent participants in the Assessment in Action program to reflect on their work and we were simply floored by the generous responses. Following is a reflection by Talia R. Nadir from the more »

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Altmetrics, library outreach, and value

This post comes to us from Debbie Malone, VAL Committee member and library director at DeSales University in Pennsylvania.  Altmetrics, going beyond citation counts to measure scholarly impact via blog posts, twitter and other forms of social media, is becoming more »

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Citation Analysis as Value Research

Here on the Value blog we’re interested in highlighting research and publications that demonstrate the value of academic libraries. The way we define “value research” is assessment of library services and resources in the context of an institutional mission. If more »

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