Lib-Value Publications, Presentations, & Reports

 

Publications

Kingma, B. & McClure, L. (2014). Lib-Value: Values, Outcomes, and Return on Investment in Academic Libraries, Phase III: ROI of the Syracuse University Library College & Research Libraries, 1 (2014): 113-485.

Town, S., & Kyrillidou, M. (2013). Developing a Values ScorecardPerformance Measurement and Metrics 14 (1): 1-16.

Tenopir, C., & Volentine, R. (2012). Scholarly reading habits: demonstrating library value. LINK(May), 8-9. 

Tenopir, C., Mays, R., and Wu, L. (2011).  Journal Article Growth and Reading Patterns.  New Review of Information Networking, 16(1), 4-22.

Kyrillidou, M. Library Value May Be Proven, If Not Self-Evident.  Research Library Issues:  A Bi-Monthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, no. 271 (August 2010):  1-3

Mays, Regina, Carol Tenopir and Paula Kaufman.  Lib-Value:  Measuring Value and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries.  Research Library Issues:  A Bi-Monthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC, 271 (August 2010):  38 - 42.

Tenopir, C., King, D., Mays, R. Wu, L. and Baer, A. (2010).  Measuring Value and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries.  Serials, 23(3), 182-190.

Presentations

Kingma, B. (2013 September). The Value of the Academic LibraryCouncil of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries Annual Conference. Winnepeg, Manitoba.

Kingma, B. (2013 September). The Return on Investment of the Syracuse University LibraryCouncil of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries Annual Conference. Winnepeg, Manitoba.

Chrzastowski, T. E., Wiley, L., and Zancanella, J.-L. (2013 November). Incorporating Ebooks into Humanities Scholarship: Results from a Combined Survey and Use Study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (a LibValue Study).  Charleston Book and Serial Conference, Charleston, SC.

Chrzastowski, T. E. (2013 November). Panelist, Lack of Evidence: Proving ROI for eBooks Beyond a Reasonable Doubt.  Charleston Book and Serial Conference, Charleston, SC.  

Walker, T., Mays, R., and Smith, S. (2013 January). Library Assessment Forum.  ALA Midwinter Conference, Seattle, Washington.

King, D. W. (2012 October).  Assessment of the Use, Value, and ROI of Academic Library Services.  ARL Library Assessment Conference, Charlottesville, VA.

Tenopir, C. (2012 July).  Building Evidence of the Value and Impact of Library Information Services: Methods, Metrics, and ROI.  DREaM Project Conference, London, UK.

Tenopir, C. (2012 June). The Lib-Value Project: Status Report. ALA Annual Conference, Anaheim, California. 

Kingma, B. (2012 June). Lib-Value: Valuing the Academic Library.  ALA Annual Conference, Anaheim, California. 

Tenopir, C. (2012 June). Scholarly Reading in a Digital Age: Some things change, some stay the same. NFAIS. Philadelphia, PA.

King, D. (2012 June).  Measuring the ROI of Today's Libraries.  NFAIS. Philadelphia, PA.

Volentine, R., Whitson, L., & Tenopir, C. (2012 May). Portraits of Success: Building Personas from Scholarly Reading Patterns. QQML 2012. Limerick, Ireland.

Walker, T. and R. Mays. (2012 May). Aligning Assessment Efforts with Instititutional Priorities: A Case Study from the University of Tennessee. QQML 2012. Limerick, Ireland.

Kingma, B. (2012 Jan). Valuing the Academic LibraryALA Midwinter. Dallas, Texas.

Tenopir, C. (2012 Jan). Indicators of Value. ALA Midwinter. Dallas, Texas.

Wise, K. and G. Baker (2012 Jan). Assessing the Return on Investment in Digitzed Special CollectionsALA Midwinter. Dallas, Texas.

Chrzastowski, T. (2011 Nov). Assessing the Value of Ebooks to Academic Libraries and UsersXXXI Annual Charleston Conference. Charleston, SC.

Fleming-May, R. (2011 Nov). Lib-Value: Teaching & LearningXXXI Annual Charleston Conference. Charleston, SC.

Tenopir, C. (2011 Nov). Measuring Value and ROI of Academic Libraries: The IMLS Lib-Value Project. XXXI Annual Charleston Conference . Charleston, SC.

Kyrillidou, M. (2011 Nov 15). ARL Strategies, Tools, and Projects that Demonstrate the Value of the Library in the Acadmy. 20th Pan-Hellenic Conference of Academic Libraries. Thessaloniki, Greece.

Chrzastowski, T. (2011 Aug 24). Assessing the Value of Ebooks to Academic Libraries and Users9th Northumbria Conference. University of York, York, United Kingdom.

Tenopir. C. (2011 Aug 22) The IMLS Lib-Value Project: A Keynote Address9th Northumbria Conference. Univeristy of York, York, United Kingdom.

King, D. (2011 June 24) A Comprehensive Assessment of the Use, Value and ROI of all Services Provided by an Academic Library. ARL Library Assessment Forum. New Orleans.

Tenopir, C. (2011 June 9)  What is the Return on Investment of a University Library?  Society of College, National, and University Libraries Annual Conference 2011.  Cardiff, Wales.

Kingma, B. (2011 June) Return on Investment in a Tough Economy: Defining the Value of the Academic Library.ALA 2011 Annual Conference. New Orleans.

Tenopir, C.  (2011 May 24)  Beyond Usage:  Measuring Library Outcomes and Value.  3rd QQML International Conference.  Athens, Greece.

Tenopir C, Cooper K, and Mays R. (2011 May 16)  Demonstrating the Value of Scholarly Collections Through ROI and Other Methods.  Acquisitions Institute at Timberline Lodge. Timberline Lodge, OR. 

Fleming-May, R. (2011 Feb 27).  Ready for Research?  A Practical Guide for Your Assessment Project.  Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference.  Austin, TX. 

Tenopir, C. (2011 Feb 17)  Measuring (and Increasing) the Value of Academic LibrariesAssociation of Learned and Professional Society Publishers Conference. London, UK.

Fleming-May, R. (2011 Jan 7).  Academic Libraries' Support of the University's Teaching Mission:  Accrediting Agencies' Expectations and Libraries' Response.  ARL Assessment Forum.  San Diego, CA.

King, D.  (2010 Nov 5).  The Value of and ROI in Special Libraries.  Keynote, Special Library Association, Iowa Chapter Fall Meeting.  Iowa City, IA.

Fleming-May, R. and C. Sherline (2010 Oct 26).  What Impact Do Libraries Have on Teaching and Learning?  A Review of the Literature and Preliminary Taxonomy for Determining Library Resources and Services Value and Return on Investment.  ARL Library Assessment Conference.  Baltimore, MD.

Tenopir, C. and D. King (2010 Oct 26) The Link Among Faculty Purposes of Reading, Information Seeking Patterns, Aspects of Use, Value and the ROI in Journal Collections.  ARL Library Assessment Conference.  Baltimore, MD.

Kaufman, P. and B. Kingma (2010 Oct 13).  How Do We Measure Library Value?  The Lib-Value Study.  ARL Membership Meeting.  Washington, DC.

Fleming-May, R. (2010 Sept 16).  Downloads or Outcomes?  Measuring and Communicating the Contribution to Faculty and Student Success.  MidSouth eResource Symposium.  Starkville, MS.

Kaufman, P. (2010 June 26). The Library as Strategic Investment. ARL Lib-Value: Return on Investment (ROI) for Academic Libraries Workshop. Washington, DC.

King, D. (2010 June 26) Measuring Value: 30-Years of Experience with Valuation StudiesARL Lib-Value: Return on Investment (ROI) for Academic Libraries Workshop. Washington, DC.

Kingma, B. (2010 June 26) The Economics of Libraries, Cost-benefit Analysis, and Return on InvestmentARL Lib-Value: Return on Investment (ROI) for Academic Libraries Workshop. Washington, DC.

Kyrillidou, M. (2010 June 26) Lib-Value as Collaborative AssessmentARL Lib-Value: Return on Investment (ROI) for Academic Libraries Workshop. Washington, DC.

Mays, R. (2010 June 26) Lib-Value: Value, Outcomes, and Return on Investment of Academic LibrariesARL Lib-Value: Return on Investment (ROI) for Academic Libraries Workshop. Washington, DC. 

Tenopir, C. (2010 May 6-7) Measuring the Value of Academic LibrariesKeynote, Michigan Library Association.

Tenopir, C. (2010 April 12-14) University Investments in the Library: Measuring the ReturnUKSG Annual Conference. Edinburgh, Scotland

Tenopir, C. (2010 April 8-10) Measuring Value and Outcomes of Reading12th Fiesole Collection Development Retreat. Leuven, Belgium.

Kaufman, P. (2010 March 2). The Library as Strategic InvestmentNational Federation of Abstracting and Indexing Services (NFAIS) Annual Conference. Philadelphia.

Kingma, B. (2010 March) The Economics of Information and Benefit Cost Ratios. Verso un'economia della biblioteca (Towards a Library Economy). Milan, Italy.

Tenopir, C. (2010 Feb 9-11) Value and Future of Library E-ResourcesVALA 2010 Meeting. Melbourne, Australia.

Tenopir, C. (2010 Jan 15) Return on Investment in Academic Research Libraries:  Phase 2- The Role of Libraries in the Grants ProcessARL Library Assessment Forum, ALA Midwinter Meeting. Boston, MA.

Reports

King, D.W. (2012) Demonstration of Methods to Assess the Use, Value, and ROI of all Academic Library Services.  (Report on ROI at Bryant University.)

Tenopir, C. and Volentine, R. (2012) Lib-Value Report: Seton Hall Undergraduate Students.  (Report on undergraduates' Scholarly Reading and ROI at Seton Hall University.)

Tenopir, C. and Volentine, R. (2012) Lib-Value Report: Seton Hall Graduate Students.  (Report on graduate students' Scholarly Reading and ROI at Seton Hall University.)

Tenopir, C. and Volentine, R. (2012) Lib-Value Report: Seton Hall Faculty.  (Report on faculty Scholarly Reading and ROI at Seton Hall University.)

Tenopir,C., Volentine, R., and Christian, L. (2013) Scholarly Reading by Academic Staff:  Summary Results of a Study Conducted in 2012 at Two Universities in Australia.

Tenopir, C., Volentine, R., and Christian, L. (2013) Scholarly Reading by Postgraduate Students: Summary Results of a Study Conducted in 2012 at Two Universities in Australia.

Tenopir, C., Volentine, R., and Christian, L. (2013) Scholarly Reading by Undergraduate Students: Summary Results of a Study Conducted in 2012 at Two Universities in Australia.

Tenopir, C., Volentine, R., and Christian, L. (2013) Scholarly Reading by Faculty in the United States: Summary Results of a Study Conducted in 2012 at Five Universities.

Tenopir, C., Volentine, R., and Christian, L. (2013) Scholarly Reading by Graduate Students in the United States: Summary Results of a Study Conducted in 2012 at Four Universities.

Tenopir, C., Volentine, R., and Christian, L. (2013) Scholarly Reading by Undergraduate Students in the United States: Summary Results of a Study Conducted in 2012 at Three Universities.

King, D. W. (2013) Methods to Assess the Use, Value, Cost, and ROI of all Academic Library Services. (Combined reports from Drexel University and Bryant University)

Orvis, M. (2013) Lib-Value Website Usage Report.