EBL and Library Assessment: Two Solitudes?

  • Pam Ryan Production Editor

Abstract

As Booth notes in a recent commentary on the conceptual and practical links between performance measurement and evidence based library and information practice (EBLIP), there has been a discernable creep among segments of the library community that seemingly existed as two solitudes: those in evidence based librarianship (EBL) circles and those in the library assessment practitioners group. Beginning in 2005, individuals from one group have been showing up at the others’ conferences and events to discuss their methods, frameworks and processes. Are these separate movements within librarianship forming theoretical bridges? Is some sort of merger, fusion or takeover in the future? Or are these simply collegial discussions about our evidence?based leanings in librarianship?

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Published
2006-12-11
How to Cite
Ryan, P. (2006). EBL and Library Assessment: Two Solitudes?. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 1(4), 77-80. https://doi.org/10.18438/B8MK53
Section
Commentaries