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Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services


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Number of papers: 4

  1. The Use of IT in Library Evaluation: Electronic Surveying at the University of Newcastle

    Keith G. Webster

    The challenge in survey methodology is to conduct studies as effectively and efficiently as possible. The University of Newcastle upon Tyne (England) has taken advantage of information technology (... More

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  2. EC Toolbox Project: General Findings and Some Particular Proposals--The Next Generation of Performance Indicators

    John Sumsion & Suzanne Ward

    This study shows how performance measurement can be developed to take advantage of the most advanced computer software and hardware now available. The "Toolbox" study was commissioned by the... More

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  3. How Well Are We Doing? Common Themes and Possible Solutions in Academic Libraries

    Steve Morgan

    This paper uses results of postal surveys carried out in the United Kingdom further education (FE) and university sectors to highlight themes and elaborate on suggestions for advancing performance ... More

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  4. Performance Measures for the Academic Networked Environment

    Charles R. McClure & Cynthia Lopata

    As more academic institutions spend larger sums of money to network their campuses and provide network connections to sources outside their campuses, questions emerge concerning the selection and... More

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