Documenting Priorities, Progress, and Potential

  title={Documenting Priorities, Progress, and Potential},
  author={Stephen H. Dew},
  journal={Journal of Library Administration},
  pages={217 - 242}
  • Stephen H. Dew
  • Published 1 January 2002
  • Education
  • Journal of Library Administration
Summary The ACRL Guidelines for Distance Learning Library Services recommends that every library develop a written profile and a written statement addressing the needs and outlining the methods by which progress can be measured. Many libraries do not have a written plan, and occasionally at such institutions, services for distance-education students suffer as a consequence. In 1998, the University of Iowa Libraries instituted a written plan for developing library services for its off-campus… 
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