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ACRL [Association of College & Research Libraries]: Findings: Academic Library Impact on Student Learning and Success
Please see here.
From the Executive Summary of the Findings:
“Since 2013, over 200 postsecondary institutions of all types have participated in the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL’s) Assessment in Action program (AiA) that created campus-wide partnerships at institutions to promote collaborative assessment and library leadership.”
This document summarizes the assessment findings from this program, which concludes that they “tell a strong story about the multiple ways that academic libraries are contributing to student learning and success.”
- The library contributes to improved student retention.
- Library instruction adds value to a student’s long-term academic experience.
- The library promotes academic rapport and student engagement. Use of library space relates positively to student learning and success.