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Rockman, Ilene R. “Strengthening Connections between Information Literacy, General Education, And
Assessment Efforts.” Library Trends 51, no. 2 (Fall 2002): 185-98.
Schilling, Katherine, and Rachel Applegate. “Evaluating Library Instruction: Measures for Assessing
Educational Quality and Impact.” Sailing into the Future: Charting our Destiny: Proceedings of the Thirteenth
National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries. Chicago: Association of College and
Research Libraries, 2007.
Small, Ruch V., and Jaime Snyder. “Research Instruments for Measuring the Impact of School Libraries on
Student Achievement and Motivation.” School Libraries Worldwide 16, no. 1 (2010): 61–72.
Small, Ruth V., Jaime Snyder, and Katie Parker. “The Impact of New York’s School Libraries on Student
Achievement and Motivation: Phase I.” School Library Media Research 12 (2009).
Weightman, A.L., J. Williamson, and Library & Knowledge Development Network Quality and Statistics
Group Knowl. “The Value and Impact of Information Provided Through Library Services for Patient
Care: A Systematic Review.” Health Information and Libraries Journal (March 2005): 4–25.
Weiner, Sharon A. “Library Quality and Impact: Is There a Relationship between New Measures and
Traditional Measures?” Journal of Academic Librarianship 31, no. 5 (September 2005): 432–37.
Assessment Tools
Association of American Colleges and Universities: VALUE (Validate Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate
Collegiate Learning Assessment
Cornell University Institutional Planning
National Survey of Student Engagement
Project SAILS: Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills
The University of California Undergraduate Experience Survey
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