Wednesday, August 13, 2014

CFP: Academic Library Assessment: An International Perspective (International Information and Library Review journal)

Academic Library Assessment: An International Perspective

International Information and Library Review
 is currently seeking manuscript submissions for a special issue entitled "Academic Library Assessment: An International Perspective." It is becoming important for institutions of higher education around the world to conduct assessments to show that they are committed to student learning. Consequently, their libraries must provide evidence that they are committed to supporting their parent institution’s mission and student-learning goals, as well as the interests of their stakeholders.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
  • The value of the academic library to its stakeholders
  • Implementing a culture of assessment
  • Performance assessment models for academic libraries, proposed or implemented
  • Developing an academic library assessment plan
  • Statistics used in assessment
  • Usability testing of an academic library Website
  • Measuring service quality in academic libraries
  • Space assessment in an academic library
  • Usability assessment of an academic digital library
  • Assessing the success of library instruction
  • The library’s role in the institution’s accreditation

International Information & Library Review receives all manuscript submissions electronically via its Editorial Manager site located at:

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