10 issues per year with articles, webinars and infographics by and for librarians.

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CASE STUDY: Measuring the value of the library at Syracuse University


Feb 05, 2013

This case study is part of the Power to the Librarian series, which profiled exceptional library professionals in a variety of roles from 

information literacy to showcasing the quality and impact of the academic research enterprise. Click here to find a listing of and links to all Power to the Librarian case studies (available in multiple languages) and webinars.
 

Academic libraries face particular ongoing challenges in calculating and presenting their value to their parent institutions, primarily because of the dramatic effect on their traditional role of advancements in technology. The availability and dissemination of academic content has been greatly simplified by computerisation and the internet. 

 
Adequately gauging the value of a library in today’s world requires a more subtle and considered approach to the work of libraries and librarians than hitherto, especially in the current recessionary economic environment.
 
 

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