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With increased expectations of accountability and transparency for budget expenditures, institutions scrambling to do more with less, and the emergence of new budgeting models that view units as either cost centers or profit centers, academic libraries are under new pressures and scrutiny. 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Academic Libraries and the Academy: Strategies and Approaches to Demonstrate Your Value, Impact, and Return on Investment, 2-Volume Set

Academic Libraries and the Academy: Strategies and Approaches to Demonstrate Your Value, Impact, and Return on Investment, 2-Volume Set

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Marwin Britto and Kirsten Kinsley 7x10 Decreased student enrollments, diminished budgets, and the fiscal reality of declining state appropriations are forcing higher education administrators to closely examine the allocation of funds and resources across the institution. With increased expectations of accountability and transparen...


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Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within the Frameworks

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edited by Randall McClure ISBN-13: 9780838989043 330 pages • 6 x 9 Year Published: 2016 Colleges and universities tend to be siloed spaces where we work within our own departments, divisions, and units and don’t always recognize the connections we have with the work of our colleagues down the hall. Rewired: Research-Writing Partnerships within t...


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Shaping the Campus Conversation on Student Learning and Experience: Activating the Results of Assessment in Action

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Karen Brown, Debra Gilchrist, Sara Goek, Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, Kara Malenfant, Chase Ollis, and Allison Payne 9780838989944 The Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) Assessment in Action (AiA) was a multiyear professional development program that ran from 2013 to 2016, funded in part by the Institute of Museum and Librar...


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The Changing Academic Library: Operations, Culture, Environments, Third Edition (ACRL Publications in Librarianship No. 74)

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Libraries continue to develop innovative approaches to welcoming and educating diverse student bodies and supporting faculty research and teaching, and are delving into new areas and crafting programs that utilize new approaches, technologies, and pedagogies.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eIn five sections—Information Literacy; Outreach \u0026amp; Inclusion; Collections \u0026amp; Digital Humanities; Establishing Libraries \u0026amp; Services Abroad; and Career \u0026amp; Professional Development—\u003cem\u003eThe Globalized Library\u003c\/em\u003e\u003cspan\u003e \u003c\/span\u003ecollects chapters from practitioners across North America detailing how their work has become globalized and demonstrating new ways to address language and cultural differences, the international purchase and processing of materials, professional development and growth of librarians, and information literacy needs of students from all over the world. 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The Globalized Library: American Academic Libraries and International Students, Collections, and Practices

The Globalized Library: American Academic Libraries and International Students, Collections, and Practices

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Yelena Luckert and Lindsay Inge Carpenter 448 pages 7x10 Many academic institutions count internationalization among their most important strategic goals and priorities: To be competitive, colleges and universities need to produce globally conscious graduates and assert their influence in areas of research and funding. As the center of campus l...


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The Grounded Instruction Librarian: Participating in The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

The Grounded Instruction Librarian: Participating in The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

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Melissa Mallon, Lauren Hays, Cara Bradley, Rhonda Huisman, and Jackie Belanger 378 Pages 7 x 10  The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) refers to original research and scholarship on teaching and learning practice in higher education conducted by scholars across disciplines interested in understanding student learning, teaching innovat...


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Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students

Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students

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Crystal Renfro and Cheryl Stiles 464 pages 6x9 Graduate students are critical stakeholders for academic libraries. As libraries continue to reinvent themselves to remain relevant, spaces, services, and instruction targeted specifically for the needs of the graduate student community are essential. Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Stude...


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