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by John Carlo Bertot Ph.D.,Denise M. Davis
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  • Author:
    John Carlo Bertot Ph.D.,Denise M. Davis
  • ISBN:
    1563089645
  • ISBN13:
    978-1563089640
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  • Publisher:
    Libraries Unlimited (December 30, 2004)
  • Pages:
    374 pages
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    Social Sciences
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This book describes techniques for evaluating services provided through library networks, including collection development, group purchases, and reference services. Providing guides for developing evaluation instruments, testing them and applying them, it is comprehensive in its treatment of evaluating network services.

John Carlo Bertot, Denise M. Davis. List of Figures and Tables Preface Network Service and Resource Evaluation Planning by John Carlo Bertot Selecting Evaluation Approaches for a Networked Environment by John Carlo Bertot and . Snead Methods and Tools for Assessing Network Services and Resources by John Carlo Bertot E-Metrics and Performance Indicators: Availability and Use by John Carlo Bertot Needs Assessment by Denise M. Davis Requests. for Proposals, Licenses, and Contracts: Assessing Negotiated Agreements for Network-Base. ONTINUE READING.

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Describing techniques for evaluating services provided through library networks .

Describing techniques for evaluating services provided through library networks - including collection development, group purchases, and reference services - and providing guides for developing, testing, and applying evaluation instruments, this book offers a comprehensive treatment of the planning and evaluation of networked services and resources. With contributions from leaders in the area of e-metrics, it is both an authoritative resource and practical tool.

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This book describes techniques for evaluating services provided through library networks, including collection development, group purchases, and reference services. Providing guides for developing evaluation instruments, testing them and applying them, it is comprehensive in its treatment of evaluating network services. Featuring contributions from some of the leaders in the area of e-metrics (Oliver Pesh, Ebsco; Judith Hiott, Houston Public; Jeff Shim, ARL e-metrics; and Chuck McClure) this book is an integrated, updated knowledge base of events in this area since 1998. It also provides a great deal of experiential knowledge concerning what libraries should do, plan for, and use in e-metrics.