Quality Assurance within ATN libraries: a LATN Benchmarking Project. Interim report.
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The project team has continued to make significant progress. With the exception of QUT, all site visits and interviews have now been completed, and questionnaire responses have been enhanced to include information collected during those visits. The project coordinators have also held preliminary discussions relating to the project’s findings to date, and the most suitable approach for presenting those findings to the LATN group. In February, QUT’s site visit and interviews will be conducted, and the coordinators will undertake the final assessment of the project’s findings. This assessment will result in the project’s Final Report, which will be presented at LATN’s April meeting. The Final Report will detail the project’s evaluative outcomes, including a series of recommendations for consideration by individual ATN Libraries and the LATN group collectively. The strategic perspectives of LATN University Librarians will also be outlined, and documents illustrating good practice included. Meanwhile, this Interim Report is designed to be a descriptive outline of the project’s findings to date. It is also an opportunity for LATN members to clarify or correct any information relating to their library. It is not evaluative in any way, and does not attempt to appraise or comment on the processes or initiatives of the individual libraries.
A copy of this document may be obtained from Curtin University Library. Email: Library-Copyright@curtin.edu.au
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