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Academic Library Assessment & Trends – Books for Loan from the State Library

2015 October 29
by Christina Manz

For academic librarians and staff, having accurate information is crucial for best serving your population, from students to faculty, and being responsive to the new trends in learning culture. Assessment is also crucial to share with your governing board and other stakeholders, to demonstrate the value of your services, and for helping you get the support you need. Take a look at these titles available to borrow from the State Library.

The Library Science Collection (LSC) is Texas’s premier “Librarians’ Library” at the State Library,  serving all librarians in Texas with access to professional materials. Texas residents can borrow directly from the Library Science Collection by e-mailing requests for materials and information to lsc@tsl.texas.gov. (Non-Texas residents can always access the collection via interlibrary loan services.) The service has no cost, other than the responsibility of return postage at the library mail rate.

laiheLibrary Assessment in Higher Education (2015) tnul4cs
Author: Joseph R. Matthews

The New University Library: 4 Case Studies
(2014)
Author: Matthew Conner

heoafttfcHigher Education Outcomes Assessment for the Twenty-First Century rotfoaapl
(2013) Author: Peter Hernon

Reflecting on the Future of Academic and Public Libraries
(2013)
Editors: Peter Hernon and Joseph R. Matthews

Layout 1Collaboration in Libraries and Learning Environments (2013) clascwwnk
Editors: Maxine Melling and Margaret Weaver

College Libraries and Student Culture: What We Now Know (2012)
Authors: Lynda M. Duke and Andrew D. Asher

Looking for more suggested books from the LSC collection? See previous topics highlighted.

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