There is a long history of debate and controversy surrounding the existence of academic branch libraries. Although the reasons for reviewing branch libraries are numerous and varied, there is a need for consistency in the review process.Using recent ACRL guidelines and standards as a foundation, the authors propose a model methodology for reviewing academic branch libraries which may be utilized by any institution undertaking such a process.
American Library Association
Madison, Olivia M.A.; Fry, Sally A.; and Gregory, David J., "A Model for Reviewing Academic Branch Libraries Based on ACRL Guidelines and Standards" (1994). Library Administration Publications and Papers. 7.