November 28, 2020

New Research Article: “Perceptions of Faculty Status among Academic Librarians” (Preprint)

The following approved for publication preprint is scheduled for publication in the September 1, 2016 issue of College and Research Libraries (C&RL).

Title

Perceptions of Faculty Status among Academic Librarians (Preprint)

Authors
Quinn Galbraith
Brigham Young University

Melissa Garrison
Brigham Young University

Whitney Hales
Brigham Young University

Source

via C&RL Website

Abstract

This study examined the predictive relationship between library use by individual students and their retention status in university settings. The methodology builds on a small number of previous studies to examine library use at the individual level in order to determine if use of specific library services is predictive of retention for freshmen and sophomores. Binary logistic regression yielded results which indicate a strong positive predictive relationship between library use of any kind with both freshmen and sophomore retention. These results suggest that academic libraries add value to institutional retention efforts.

Direct to Full Text Article (26 pages; PDF; Preprint)

See Also: Some Other Recently Posted C&RL Preprints We’ve Mentioned on infoDOCKET

“The Value of Academic Libraries: Library Services as a Predictor of Student Retention” (Preprint)

Research Article: “Undergraduates’ Use of Google vs. Library Resources: A Four-Year Cohort Study” (Preprint)

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