Outcome Based Evaluation in Libraries

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Outcome Based Evaluation in Libraries Selected Bibliography

Albritton, Rosie L.
“Assessing Early Outcomes Of The Intern-Scholar Program At The University Of Missouri-Columbia.”
The Journal of Academic Librarianship 17 (1997): 77-8.

Altman, Ellen.
“The JAL Guide to the Professional Literature: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION.”
Journal of Academic Librarianship 25.2 (1999): 160.

Anderson, M.
“Designing Outcomes Standards for Information Literacy.”
Colorado Libraries 23.4 (1997): 41-2.

Anderson, Mary Alice.
“Outcome Based Education & The Librarian.
Book Report 11 (1993): 31.

Association of Research Libraries.
“ARL Statistics and Measurement Program.”

Association of Research Libraries.
“Learning Outcomes Working Group."

Association of Research Libraries.
“New Measures Initiatives."

Association of Research Libraries.
“Higher Education Outcomes (HEO) Research Review."

Association of College and Research Libraries.
“ACRL: Task Force on Academic Library Outcomes." 1998.

Bertot, John Carlo, and Charles R. McClure.
“Outcomes Assessment In The Networked Environment: Research Questions, Issues, Considerations, And Moving Forward.”
Library Trends 5 (2003): 590-613.

Blixrud, J C .
“Establishing A Role For Research Libraries In Learning Outcomes Assessment Programs.”
Journal of Library Administration 35.4 (2001): 27-8.

Brittingham, B.
“The Library, Information, and Institutional Outcomes: Searching In A Time Of Change.”
Journal Of Library Administration 24.3 (1997): 59-71.

California State Library.
“LSTA Grant Programs FY 2004/2005.”

Carter, E. W.
”Doing the Best You Can With What You Have: Lessons Learned From Outcomes Assessment.”
Journal of Academic Librarianship 28.1/2 (2002): 36-41.

Cullen, Rowena.
“Evaluating digital libraries in the health sector. Part 2: measuring impacts and outcomes.”
Health Information & Libraries Journal 21.1 (2004): 3.

Cummins, and Randolph Thompson.
“Demand Analysis: Inputs, Outputs, Outcomes, and Productivity.”
Public Libraries 27 (1988): 10-13.

Dalton, Pete; Thebridge, Stella
“Working Towards Outcomes Assessment in UK Academic Libraries.”
Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 35.2 (2003): 93-104.

Davies, J E.
“What's The Use Of A Library? Assessing Performance and Outcomes.”
Law Librarian 31.3 (2000): 166-74.

Deutsh, Paula, and Barbara P. Silcox.
“From Data to Outcomes: Assessment Activities at The NIST Research Library.”
Information Outlook 7.10 (2003): 24-25, 27-31.

Dugan, R E., and Peter Hernon.
”Outcomes Assessment: Not Synonymous With Inputs And Outputs.”
Journal of Academic Librarianship 28.6 (2002): 376-80.

Durrance, Joan and Karen E. Fisher-Pettigrew.
“How Libraries and Librarians Help.”
Library Trends 51.4 (2003): 541-570.

Durrance, Joan and Karen E. Fisher-Pettigrew. “Towards Developing Measures of the Impact of Library and Information Services.”
Reference and User Services Quarterly 42.1 (2004): 43-53.

Durrance, Joan and Pettigrew, K.E.
Toward Context-Centered Methods for Evaluating Public Library Networked Community Information Initiatives."
First Monday. Peer Reviewed Journal on the Internet. 6.4 (2001).

Elliott, Donald, and Glen E. Holt.
“Measuring Outcomes: Applying Cost-Benefit Analysis To Middle-Sized And Smaller Public Libraries.”
Library Trends 51.3 (2003): 424-440.

Fiegen, Ann, et. al.
“Reflections on Collaboration: Learning Outcomes and Information Literacy Assessment in the Business Curriculum.”
Reference Services Review 30.4 (2002): 307-18.

Florida Department of State.
“Workbook: Outcome Measurement of Library Programs.”

Forest, Charles, and Amy Williamson.
”From Inputs to Outcomes: Measuring Library Service Effectiveness through User Surveys.”
Georgia Library Quarterly 40.2 (2003): 12-18.

Fraser, Bruce T. et al.
”Toward a Framework for Assessing Library and Institutional Outcomes.”
Portal 2.4 (2002): 505-28.

Galligan, A .
“Libraries and Literary Outcomes: A Crucial Intersection in the Cultural Field.”
Australian Library Journal 50.2 (2001): 111-19.

Greer, Arlene, et al.
“Assessment Of Learning Outcomes: A Measure Of Progress In Library Literacy.”
College and Research Libraries 52 (1991): 549-57.

Hernon, Peter.
An Action Plan for Outcome Assessment in Your Library. Chicago, 2002.

Hernon, Peter, and R. E. Dugan
”An Action Plan For Outcomes Assessment In Your Library.”
Journal of Academic Librarianship 28.3 (2002): 164-5.

Hernon, Peter.
“Outcomes are Key But Not the Whole Story.”
Journal of Academic Librarianship 28.1/2 (2002): 54-5.

Hernon, Peter, and Carolyn S. Schwartz.
“Outcomes Assessment – another Research Frontier.”
Library & Information Science Research 24.2 (2002): 105-6.

Hernon, Peter.
“Service Quality and Outcome Measures.”
The Journal of Academic Librarianship (1997): 1-2.

Hernon, Peter.
“New Directions in Research.”
Journal of Academic Librarianship 28.4 (2002): 224-232.

Horn, Claudia B.
Outcome-Based Evaluation for Literacy Programs. Syracuse, NY: Literacy Volunteers of America, Inc., 2001.

Hwalek, M. Bruni, et al.
“Measuring The Outcomes Of Information And Referral Services.”
Information And Referral 20 (1998): 31-44.

Interface. Special Edition on Outcome Evaluation.
Web Companion To The Newsletter Of The Association For Specialized And Cooperative Library Agencies
24, 2002.

Jager, K. de.
“Impacts and Outcomes: Searching for the Most Elusive Indicators of Academic Library Performance.” In: Proceedings of the 4th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. Washington, DC, 2002.

Kirk, Deborah , and Lynda Welborn.
“The Impact Of Outcome-Based Education On The Library Media Program.”
Colorado Libraries 18 (1992): 5-9.

Kyrillidou, Martha.
“An Overview of Performance Measures in Higher Education and Libraries.”

Kyrillidou, Martha.
“From Input And Output Measures To Quality And Outcome Measures, Or, From The User In The Life Of The Library To The Library In The Life Of The User. “ Journal of Academic Librarianship 28.1/2 (2002): 42-6.

Lakos, Amos.
“Creating a Culture of Assessment: A Catalyst for Organizational Change.”
Libraries & the Academy 4.3 (2004): 345.

Lance, Keith C, Steffen, Nicolle O., Logan, Rochelle, Rodney, Marcia J. and Suzanne Kaller.
“Counting on Results. New Tools for Outcome-Based Evaluation of Public Libraries.”

Lindauer, Bonnie Gratch.
“Measuring What Matters; A Library/LRC Outcomes Assessment Manual.”
College and Research Libraries News 62.5 (2001): 547.

Lindauer, Bonnie Gratch.
“Defining and Measuring the Library's Impact on Campus Wide Outcomes.”
College and Research Libraries 59.6 (1998): 546-70.

Lorenzen, M .
“Using Outcome Based Education in the Planning And Teaching Of New Information Technologies.”
Journal of Library Administration 26 (3/4) (1999): 141-52.

Marshall, Joanne Gard.
“Moving Towards Outcomes Evaluation.”
Interface 24. 4 (2002): 7-12.

Marshall, Joanne Gard.
“Determining Our Worth, Communicating Our Value.”
Library Journal 125.19 (2000): 28-30.

Marshall, Joanne Gard.
“Influencing Our Practice by Putting Our Knowledge to Work.”
Information Outlook 7.1 (2003): 40.

Mcneir, G.
“Outcome-Based Education.”
Emergency Librarian 21.4 (1994): 30-2.

McNew, Christine
“Outcome-Based Evaluation Presentation for
The Viburnum Family Literacy Conference.”
Austin, Texas. September 13, 2003.

Mech, Terrence F.
“Working With Faculty In An Outcome-Oriented Curriculum: Observations From The Library.”
In: The Librarian and the University. 1990

Meyer, R.
“Focusing Library Vision on Educational Outcomes.”
College And Research Libraries News 56.5 (1995): 335-7.

Moen, William, Et Al.
“A White Paper on Outcomes Evaluation: Concepts, Strategies, and Practical Applications.”
The Texas Center for Digital Knowledge, University Of North Texas.

Patrick, Leonard W.
“On My Mind: This Year Is Different; Facing Outcome Assessment.”
The Journal of Academic Librarianship Vol. 18 (1992): 228.

Person, Ruth, et al.
“A Longitudinal Study of The Outcomes Of A Management Development Program For Women In Librarianship.
Advances In Library Administration And Organization 5 (1986): 1-13.

Pritchard, Sarah M.
“Determining quality in academic libraries.”
Library Trends 44.3 (1996): 572.

Rabine, J. and C. Cardwell. “Start Making Sense. Practical Approaches to Outcome Assessment in Libraries.”
Research Strategies 17 (2000): 319-335.

Rockman, Ilene F.
“Integrating Information Literacy into the Learning Outcomes of Academic Disciplines.”
College and Research Libraries News 64.9 (2003): 612-615.

Rubin, Rhea Joyce.
“Outcomes Measurement Basics.”
“Outcomes Measurement Glossary.”
“Outcomes Measurement Bibliography.”

Saracevic, Tefko, and Paul B. Kantor.
“Studying the Value of Library and Information Services. Part I. Establishing a Theoretical Framework.”
Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48.6 (1997): 527-542.

Saracevic, Tefko, and Paul B. Kantor.
“Studying the Value of the Library and Information Services. Part II. Methodology and Taxonomy.”
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48.6 (1997): 543-563.

Seadle, Michael
“Outcome-Based Evaluation”
Library Hi Tech 21.1 (2003): 5-7.

Shearin, John W.
“A Report On The Think Tank On Outcome Based Evaluation For Indiana School Library Media Programs.”
Indiana Media Journal 10 (1988): 17-24.

Smith, K R.
“New Roles and Responsibilities for the University Library: Advancing Student Learning Through Outcomes Assessment.”
Journal of Library Administration 35.4 (2001): 29-36.

Timothy, K. Daugherty, and Elizabeth W. Carter.
“Assessment of Outcomes-Focused Library Instruction in Psychology.”
Journal of Instructional Psychology 24 (1997): 32.

Warburton, A; Bate, L; Long, A.
“The Demand For and Use Of Outcomes Information.”
Health Libraries Review 11.4 (1994): 253-61.

Wallace, V E.
“Outcomes Assessment in Academic Libraries: Library Literature in the 1990s.”
College and Undergraduate Libraries 8.2 (2001): 59-71.

Whitmire, E.
“Academic Library Performance Measures and Undergraduates' Library Use and Educational Outcomes.”
Library and Information Science Research 24.2 (2002) :107-28.

Young, Sheila, and Blixrud, Julia.


“Research Library Involvement in Learning Outcomes Assessment Programs.”


ARL 230/231 (2003): 14 – 17.