About the Library
About the Library
Self Study Report
Self Study Report: UCO is in the final stages of our reaccreditation effort with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Teams of faculty and staff have worked tirelessly for two years to produce a comprehensive self-study document that demonstrates how our university meets the commission's criteria for accreditation. The Self Study report which contains information about the Max Chambers Library is in Criteria 3.c.1: Support Services for Student Learning - Pages 16-17.
The UCO Educational and General Budget is released at the beginning of each fiscal year in July. More details about the budget process can be found on the UCO website.
Subscriptions in Context
Subscriptions in Context: This Powerpoint presentation by Kirsten Davis provides a visual walkthrough of data and explains the complexities of managing library subscriptions. It was presented to the faculty liaisons on March 16, 2012.
Academic Libraries Survey
Academic Libraries Survey 2010: From the National Center for Education Statistics, this survey covers staff, expenditures, collections, services, information literacy, and reference.
Chambers Library received a $6,000 NEH Grant in 2010 in support of a consultant report for preservation of its collections in case of disaster, and a workshop for staff. These documents are the result of that survey.
Preservation Site Survey - May 18, 2010 |
Preservation Plan - September, 2010
Emergency Operations and Library Materials Recovery Plan - June 18, 2010
LibQual Satisfaction Survey
LibQual: the Library has used the LibQual Survey for user satisfaction to Access Services, Collections and Access in 2005, 2009 and 2013. The library underwent a thorough examination of its services using LibQual, a library quality assessment and survey instrument that is used by libraries around the country. These documents are the result of these surveys.
Standardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills - SAILS
In the spring of 2010, the UCO Library recruited 553 UCO students to participate in the SAILS Information Literacy test. SAILS is an assessment tool meant to measure Information Literacy skills.
Library Instruction Feedback
The Library Instruction program has used a feedback survey at the end of classes since 2006.