Category Archives: Institutional Reputation/Prestige

Demonstrating our Value Requires Valid Statistical Data

In October 2013, Mary Jane Petrowski, ACRL Associate Director, shared a blog entitled, “ACRL Metrics: Enhancing Data-Driven Decision Making.”  In that posting, Mary Jane shared information about ACRLMetrics the online tool that is currently collecting data for the ACRL 2012-13 more »

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Libraries and Accreditation

We value assessment for the purposes of improving teaching and learning, but there is no denying that accreditation drives many assessment efforts at our various institutions. How do libraries contribute to accreditation efforts? In an article based based on a paper 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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