Evaluating Intellectual Assets in University Libraries: A Multi-Site Case Study from Thailand

  title={Evaluating Intellectual Assets in University Libraries: A Multi-Site Case Study from Thailand},
  author={Sheila Corrall and Somsak Sriborisutsakul},
Intellectual assets are strategic resources that libraries can use to add value to services, but their intangible attributes make them hard to evaluate. An exploratory case study used document analysis, interviews and a questionnaire to develop and test indicators of intellectual assets and related performance measures at three university libraries in Thailand. The study demonstrated the feasibility of applying an intellectual capital perspective and a scorecard process model to design a… CONTINUE READING

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