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accompanied by these studies. Applying Tefko Saracevic’s framework of DL evaluation Saracevic, Tefko. “Digital Library Evaluation: Toward an Evolution of Concepts.” Library Trends 49,2 (2000): 350–369. , we identify common evaluation objectives, the methods used and the results obtained. Based on an earlier study of a meta-analysis of 41 Europeana evaluations Petras, Vivien, Juliane Stiller. “A Decade of Evaluating Europeana – Constructs, Contexts, Methods & Criteria.” In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries. TPDL 2017 . Ed. by Jaap Kamps, Giannis

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tech- niques used by libraries and the items collected by libraries change over time, the criteria to select items for library evaluations should change accordingly. This study intends to enhance the significance of e-resources which have been increasingly purchased and used in the digital library environment but under- represented in library evaluations. To this end, the study identified items for evaluations, classified them, and verified them using experts and a pilot evaluation. First, the study verified three evaluation sectors, 11 indexes and 22

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David Streatfield, Sharon Markless and Jeremy Paley 14 Measuring Performance and Evaluating Impact of Public Libraries from a Governance Perspective Abstract: The move towards more strategic public library performance measure- ment and impact evaluation at international level is traced and the role of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is examined from a gover- nance perspective. The shift in library evaluation thinking and the early changes in practice are outlined, drawing on extensive experience working with the Global Libraries

institutional procedures to ensure the existence of qualified human resources in school libraries. Continuation of teacher librarian and staff training, establishing partnerships with teacher training centres and other training entities. Managing Continuing Training and Professional Development In order to meet this quality pattern and the training needs of teacher librarians, the SLN office annually designs a professional development plan. The content of that plan is also determined by the weaknesses that are made evident through the school librariesevaluation, the

(2001–2015) was 1,515. Of these 1,515 keywords, 32 appeared more than five times, and these were selected for this study. The 32 keywords are shown in Table 2 . Table 2: Important keywords from 2001 to 2015. Rank Keyword Frequency Rank Keyword Frequency 1 Library Management 30 15 Disabled People 7 2 School Library 25 15 Reading Program 7 3 Librarian 19 15 Library Evaluation 7 4 Cultural Program 18 15 Library Cooperation 7 4 Small Library 18 21 Collection Management 6 6 Library Service 16 21 Acquisition 6 7 Library Policy 15 21 Library Building 6 8 Collection

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die flexible Ordnung von Sammlungen   2 Michael Schlachter und Adriana Sikora Handling von Offsetting-Verträgen – ein MPDL- Werkstattbericht   8 Thorsten Allscher und Irmhild Ceynowa Mengenentsäuerung – Verfahrensvalidierung, Evaluierung und Qualitätssicherung. Neue Einsichten und bleibende Fragen   16 Matthias Nimke und Sandra Buob Einführung eines Virtual Bookshelf für die HSG-Lehrbuchsammlung – ein Praxisbericht   29 Juliane Stiller und Vivien Petras Learning from Digital Library Evaluations: The Europeana Case   37 Axel Halle Herausforderungen einer

‘aware’ hacker is advertising 200 million supposed accounts on dark web,” Aug. 2016. [18] B. Krebs, “Cards stolen in target breach flood underground markets,” Dec. 2013. [19] C. U. Libraries, “Evaluating online sources.” [20] M. Zimdars, “False, misleading, clickbait-y, and/or satirical “news” sources,” 2016. [21] U. Libraries, “Finding reliable sources: What is a reliable source?,” Oct. 2019. [22] U. Libraries, “Evaluating internet resources.” [23] O. Celestino, “Watering hole 101,” Feb. 2013. [24] Novetta, “Operation blockbuster. unraveling the long thread of the

: Providing Information to Businesses (S. M. Ward), S. 127 The ION and EDIL Projects (Ch. Deschamps), S. 133 Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 27 (1995) 2 Intellectual Convergence in a Mass Communication Course for Librarians and Publishers (5. Hannabuss; J. Barford; F. Campbell), S. 67 Human/Computer Interface Design in Windows-Based CD-ROM's: An Early Review (J. Rowley), S. 77 The Management and Use of Reserve and Special Collections in Public Libra- ries: a Study of the East Midlands (J. Feather, G. Matthews; C. Pritchett), S. 89 Library

präsentierte als Aussteller ihr AV-Portal für wissenschaftliche Filme aus Technik und Naturwissenschaften sowie ihre Dienstleistungen zur überregionalen Dokumentlieferung. Ausgezeichnet: Best Paper Award und Best Poster Award Der Best Paper Award der TPDL ging an den Beitrag „The ‚Nomenclature of Multidimensionality‘ in the Digital Libraries Evaluation Domain“, den Leonidas Papachristopoulos, Giannis Tsakonas (University of Patras, Griechenland), Michalis Sfakakis, Nikos Kleidis und Christos Papatheodorou (Ionian University, Griechenland) eingereicht hatten. Den Best