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UNCG University Libraries Assessment Information  

This guide provides results from assessment studies at the UNCG University Libraries
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Introduction

The UNCG University Libraries engage in ongoing and sustained assessment to ensure:

  • The Libraries' collection, services and facilities are meeting user needs
  • Planning and decision-making are based on informed evidence
  • The Libraries are fulfilling its mission and goals
  • The Libraries foster a culture of assessment
  • The Libraries comply with UNCG institutional effectiveness requirements

 

This guide provides assessment results from a variety of studies at the UNCG University Libraries.

 

Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness Team

The University Libraries Assessment and Institutional Effectiveness Team coordinates assessment efforts of the University Libraries to ensure that useful data and qualitative information is available for accountability, strategic planning and improvement of the Libraries’ services and resources. The team  also develops an integrated framework for institutional effectiveness within the Libraries and monitors institutional effectiveness initiatives which have contributed to modifying or improving programs and/or services after assessing, analyzing and using results of assessment.  Team members include:

Kathy Crowe

Mike Crumpton

Lynda Kellam

Christine Fischer

Erin Lawrimore

Kathy Bradshaw

Amy Harris Houk

 

Assessment Plans and Reports

Each academic year the Assessment Team develops an Assessment Action Plan and an annual report.

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