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“Straight to the Heart of Things”—Reflecting on Library Metaphors for Impact and Assessment

by Richard A. Stoddart Assessment Librarian Oregon State University and Press Abstract This paper explores the use and creative application of library metaphors. Unfortunately, the facts aren’t always able to speak for themselves. Simply stating reference statistics, gate counts, and … Continue reading

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