Are these separate movements
within librarianship forming
theoretical bridges? Is some sort of
merger, fusion or takeover
in the future?
Ryan, P. (2006). EBL and library assessment: Two
solitudes? Evidence Based Library and Information
Practice, 1(4), 77–80.
Gerlich, B. K., & Berard, G. L. (2010). Testing the viability of
the READ scale (Reference Effort Assessment Data):
Qualitative statistics for academic reference services.
College and Research Libraries, 71(2), 116–137.
How do EBLIP & assessment
A culture of assessment is an organizational
environment in which decisions are based on
facts, research, and analysis, and where services
are planned and delivered in ways that
maximize positive outcomes and impacts for
customers and stakeholders.
Lakos, A., Phipps, S., & Wilson, B. Defining a ‘Culture of