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LibQUAL+(R) Lite Dissertation Statistics at UIUC – IDEALS

What does “Item sampling in service quality assessment surveys to improve response rates and reduce respondent burden: The “LibQUAL+® Lite” randomized control trial (RCT)” [total: 910] has in common with “Power System Control with Distributed Flexible AC Transmission System Devices” [total: 940]? They are both listed among the top two entries at the University of […]

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IMLS grant on Lib-Value featured at the ARL Library Assessment Forum

Friday, January 15, 2010 1:30 p.m.–3:00 p.m. Library Assessment Forum: Effective, Sustainable, and Practical Assessment InterContinental Hotel Griffin/Robinson Room Boston MA The forum focused on the recent IMLS grant on Return on Investment (ROI) awarded to ARL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and the University of Tennessee with a presentation by Carol Tenopir, co-PI, who […]

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Data liberation of in-house library statistics

Have libraries used an institutional repository as a “container” for library-related statistics,  current or retrospective, and/or dumped sources of raw data into a web-based application, such as Nesstar, for collaborative viewing/sharing/manipulating within the institution? I have started exploring the idea of the IR as container, but we need to formulate a set of guidelines to […]

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NISO Forum on Usage Data

All the presentations from this NISO forum are now available on the web at: http://www.niso.org/news/events_workshops/usage07/agenda.html The usage data wiki has some fun things — see Caryn Anderson’s NISO Nov 2007 conference presentation. I thought it was quite informative! I would like to hear some first hand experiences from any of you who attended the Forum.

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