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Knitting Together Qualitative and Quantitative Data About Your E-journals
When it comes to developing collections, librarians have historically faced the dilemma of providing access to high quality resources versus those that are highly used. The Journal Citation Reports (JCR) is a tool that ...
High-quality Diet of Journals: Comparison of Top-ranked with Most-used Journals
UNT librarians will present a follow-up on the work shared at the 2019 CTLC Conference, regarding compiled data from the Journal Citation Reports and its comparison to UNT holdings. In last year’s presentation, “Are your ...
Food for Thought: A survey about the UNT Libraries collections
We developed the Food for Thought survey at University of North Texas Libraries to gather feedback from patrons on their usage and feelings about the library collections. Survey questions covered topics such as how often ...
Assessing an Academic Library Mentoring Program
A continuous cycle of assessment contributes to the success of a mentoring program, as illustrated in this case study from a large academic library. The Mentoring Competencies Assessment, the Fear of Negative Evaluation Scale, ...
Subject-Based Collection Evaluation: Context, Assessment Strategies, & Enhancement
This panel discussion will review the way collection development librarians at UNT have designed ongoing assessment and augmentation of the research collection in a holistic manner. The approach includes dividing the ...