The Culture of Evaluation in Library and Information Services

The Culture of Evaluation in Library and Information Services

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This practical book is written from the point of view of the practitioner, rather than the researcher. It presents current and recent work in the subject area in a way relevant to practitioners, researchers and students. The book includes practical examples of survey and research work and discusses honestly the practical difficulties involved. Aimed at an international audience, examples of good practice are drawn from a number of countries across the world. An up to date review/summary of activity in the subject area Provides international comparisons of library and information service evaluation activity Provides practical/real life research and survey data useful to practitioners and academics which they can apply in their own situationsThis is followed by LibQUAL+TM (described below) and a variety of in-house packages. At least 16 libraries use adapted versions of the SCONUL satisfaction survey template (discussed below). Surveys are increasingly web-based as this hasanbsp;...

Title:The Culture of Evaluation in Library and Information Services
Author: John Crawford
Publisher:Elsevier - 2006-02-28

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