author={David Peck Todd},
  volume={8 181},
  • D. Todd
  • Published 23 July 1886
  • Psychology
  • Science
Reports from programs • Reviewed and responded to the following reports from accredited programs and programs with Candidacy or Precandidacy status: 64 annual statistical data reports, 26 biennial narrative reports, one Candidacy status annual progress report, one Precandidacy status annual progress report, and three special reports. • Denied the requests from two programs for postponement of their comprehensive reviews. 
Leadership in Legislation and Public Policy Development: The Case of the American Library Association
The outcomes of two legislative initiatives from the 1979 White House Conference on Libraries and Information, the National Indian Omnibus Library Bill, and the National Periodicals Center, are examined to see what can be learned that is potentially relevant to legislative proposals emerging from the Second White house Conference.
How to Succeed at Public Library Service: Using Outcome Planning
  • L. Holt
  • Sociology
    Public Libr. Q.
  • 2007
A rationale for the use of outcome measures in public libraries and the intellectual steps necessary to write outcomes are outlined and the Kellogg Foundation and the United Way are pointed out.
Guide to Reference: A Review
The background of the Guide to Reference and how it has evolved, including its migration to an online platform are reviewed, as well as contemplating its future.
Collection Development Assessment for New Collection Development Librarians
In order to thrive in this environment, new bibliographers are benefited by becoming familiar with and using data such as usage statistics, consortium reports, and peer institution statistics to develop and expand collections in one's assigned disciplines.
Diversity Initiatives to Recruit and Retain Academic Librarians: A Systematic Review
To determine the strategic approaches that academic libraries are using in their efforts to recruit and retain diverse librarians, a systematic review of publications based in a North American context was conducted.
Identifying and Encouraging Leadership Potential: Assessment Technology and the Library Profession
How assessment technology identifies and improves leadership and management skills, and, based on the experience, especially how assessment centers identify and nurture leadership in the profession of library and information science is explained.
LGBTQIA-R: Creating a Diverse and Inclusive Medical Collection at a Public Metropolitan University
The findings conclude that the collection was not providing sufficient, up-to-date health information for the personal and professional information needs of the authors' patrons in the R-RZ Library of Congress range.
Using Assessment Results to Reinforce Campus Partnerships
In response to calls for accountability, academic libraries have increased their assessment efforts. Although the University Library at Colorado State University–Pueblo has been engaged in student
Racial, gender, sexual, and disability identities of the Journal of the Medical Library Association's editorial board, reviewers, and authors
The Journal of the Medical Library Association recently issued a call for submissions that recognize and address social injustices; speak to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the authors' workforce and among their user populations; and take concrete steps toward making JMLA a more diverse and inclusive journal.
Roles for Health Sciences Librarians at College and University Libraries
Both AAHSL and C&UL institutions show an interest in hiring librarians capable of supporting health and life sciences teaching and research, and qualifications more often prioritized traditional librarian competencies rather than emerging areas, such as data science, grant support, and research impact.