Indicators for Public Libraries. ”Libraries in Knowledge Society – Strategies for the Future” Wroclaw, July 7th-9th, 2010 Torill Redse, Senior Adviser, ABM-utvikling E-mail: email@example.com.
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Indicators for Public Libraries
”Libraries in Knowledge Society – Strategies for the Future”
Wroclaw, July 7th-9th, 2010
Torill Redse, Senior Adviser, ABM-utvikling
Demonstrate activity/performance/development in the sectors
Acquire a basis for decisions in government administration, both locally and centrally
Management and development tools must be created to achieve this
National policy on library matters
National priorities: strategies and goals
The library: a knowledge centre for society, a meeting place and a cultural arena in a digital age
Ministry of Culture and Church Affairs, 2009
- IT IS NOT purely control!
To develop tools for evaluating and managing one’s own library and for comparing it with other libraries, drawing on the library’s (and the institution’s) formulated goals and possibly also on the libraries’ service statement and the quality assurance system of the institutions (the municipality).
(Poll & te Boekhorst, 2007)
An indicator put two or more numbers together and the numbers will give us the possibility to view the library in tree dimensions:
To be able to use indicators effectively, we need to