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Description: Northern New York Library Network, in partnership with the Alaska, New York, Georgia, and Texas State Libraries, will develop and test models of valuation for libraries to assess their impact on social well-being outcomes in their local communities. The research question at the center of the project; “What is the Tribal and public library’s measurable value to their local community?” This interdisciplinary research builds on prior assessment and valuation studies to establish a new approach: an evidence-based model of the effects libraries have within their communities measured in terms of well-being.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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Definition and Value of Libraries - a qualitative study

Northern New York Library Network, in partnership with the Alaska, New York, South Carolina, and Texas State Libraries, will host facilitated conversa...

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Valuation Meta-Analysis

Documentation of failed meta-regression of collected library valuation studies using contingent valuation methods.

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Library Index: replication and expansion

The Wiki on this page acts as the detailed description of all project steps, activities, and methods. The IMLS study "Understanding the Social Wellbei...

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