This article reports on a library-wide assessment project at Spring Arbor University’s White Library. It highlights the methods used to assess each element, along with a recap of the findings, and a section covering the successes and caveats. The library’s website was evaluated using a focus group strategy where users completed a set of tasks using the website. The physical space was evaluated using a whiteboard approach. The freshman research instruction program at the White Library consists of one and two shot library sessions. The current teaching approach was assessed using “muddiest point cards”along with surveys.
""Assessing the Library: A Christian Liberal Arts College's Library-Wide Assessment Project","
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 62
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol62/iss1/5