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How Are Our Books Being Used?

Last week’s final Assessment in the Real World workshop began with a report of book circulation – ¼ million data points detailing the circulation of books published in English and purchased from 2003 to 2013. Fred Rowland (RIS librarian for … Continue reading

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Exploring Faculty Preferences for E or Print

Fred Rowland (librarian for Classics, Religion and Philosophy) in the RIS department conducted a survey recently on the format preferences for reading scholarly materials. Assessment Librarian Nancy Turner asks him about his project. NT: What was your question? FR: I … Continue reading

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