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Value of Academic Libraries: Defining Value

Used with permission from Alison Morgan, Assistant Director of Public Services, Xavier University

Major reports on library value

"Academic libraries have long enjoyed their status as the “heart of the university.” However, in recent decades, higher education environments have changed. ... Community college, college, and university librarians no longer can rely on their stakeholders’ belief in their importance. Rather, they must demonstrate their value." - Value of Academic Libraries, ACRL, 2010.

Curriculum Materials Center Librarian

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Travis Dolence
Office: Livingston Lord Library, LI 117