B203 - Evidence and impact

A session at Internet Librarian International 2012

Wednesday 31st October, 2012

1:45pm to 2:30pm (GMT)

Track B - Rethinking Marketing and Performance

B203 - Evidence and impact

What does the evidence tell us about institutional repositories?
Brian Kelly, UKOLN University of Bath
Jenny Delasalle, University of Warwick
Library Impact Data Project
Dave Pattern, University of Huddersfield

What does the latest evidence tell us about the impact of library services? This session presents the latest findings of JISC’s Library Impact Data Project, which sets out to measure the impact academic libraries are providing to their students. The project seeks to investigate the potential causal links between library usage and final grades. What does the evidence tell us about the current provision of institutional repository services? Is there a need to reboot and re-imagine the approaches?

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Dave Pattern

Shambrarian, real ale drinker, code monkey, http://HitchcockWiki.com owner. Mover & Shaker, coffee supping, cake eating, trampette loving, Library Systems Manager. bio from Twitter

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Brian Kelly

Independent consultant at UK Web Focus Ltd. Recent content at http://www.rebelmouse.com/briankelly/

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Jenny Delasalle

Research support Librarian: interested in bibliometrics, copyright, scholarly communications, and all sorts! bio from Twitter

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Time 1:45pm2:30pm GMT

Date Wed 31st October 2012

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