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Michael Jubb, Director of Research Information Network, presentation at the LibQUAL and Beyond Conference, University of Glasgow 24 May 2010

Michael Jubb, Director of Research Information Network, presentation at the LibQUAL and Beyond Conference, University of Glasgow 24 May 2010

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    • Value of libraries Relationships between provision, usage and research outcomes LibQual and Beyond 24 May 2010 Michael Jubb Research Information Network
    • Expenditure and Levels of Usage
    • Variations in Usage
      • Variations by subject
      • Variations between institutions
    • Usage and Outcomes
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    • RLUK-RIN study on value of libraries
      • Aim
      • Toidentify the key characteristics of library provision to support research in successful UK universities and departments.
      • Objectives
      • To investigate, across a range of universities and departments with differing and demonstrable records of success in research, the nature and extent of the provision of library services for researchers, including such characteristics as
        • The volume and range of content provided
        • The nature, range and extent of the services provided by subject specialists and others
      • To investigate changes over the past decade in key indicators of research performance and in key characteristics of library provision
      • To assess any correlations between key features of library provision and of research performance.
    • Some issues
      • value means different things to different people
      • describing perceived value and demonstrating value are different activities
      • available data
      • correlation is not causation……..
    • Thank you Michael Jubb www.rin.ac.uk