Using Assessment to Guide Strategic Planning

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This presentation discusses using assessments to guide strategic planning.

Creator(s): Avery, Elizabeth Fuseler
Creation Date: July 9, 2012
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UNT Libraries
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UNT Scholarly Works
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Avery, Elizabeth Fuseler

University of North Texas

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  • Creation: July 9, 2012
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This presentation discusses using assessments to guide strategic planning.

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Department: Libraries
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Abstract: Many libraries are beginning to use multiple research methods to study their students and faculty in an effort to better meet user needs and to guide strategic planning. Triangulation, a technique employed in the social sciences to validate results more than one approach to obtain answers, gives the investigator confidence in results, if the findings are similar, or, if clashing results are obtained, lets the investigator know that there are problems with the research. Multiple methods of assessment can also be used to expand the findings found by one method, such as surveys. This presentation is part of a workshop exploring how to effectively use assessment to guide the writing of the strategic plan.

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23 p.

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Keyword(s): assessments | strategic planning | libraries
Source: Annual Library Management Institute Summer Conference, 2012, Glenside, Pennsylvania, United States
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UNT Libraries
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UNT Scholarly Works
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