Academic Library Reputation Management Practices

Oct 2013| PRG019A| Primary Research Group

Report Highlights

The study is based on survey data from 40 academic libraries and looks closely at how they monitor, assess and act to maintain or improve their reputation with key stakeholders such as students, alumni, faculty and college administration. The report gives extensive data on library public relations practices and on surveying and monitoring techniques and looks at public relations expenditures and strategies to improve the library reputation. The study looks at the dimensions of the library patron surveying and opinion monitoring effort and also at how academic libraries monitor the internet to assess the library’s reputation in cyberspace. The report also looks at the use of focus groups and with relations with organizations that rate colleges and libraries.

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