"A comprehensive evaluation of one library...is necessarily complex and is usually complicated. It requires considerable professional expertise and judgment and a goodly amount of tact;...the one part [of the library] that seems to be most commonly evaluated is the library's collection of books and periodicals, conceivably on the assumption that the collection is the best tangible evidence of what goes on behind the scenes in a library and of what a library is all about out front." (Bonn, 1974)
II. Library Assessment Plans
III. Current Assessment Efforts at CNU
IV. Future Collection Assessment Efforts
V. Questions, comments?