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Students can interact, or not interact, with their campus library in a variety of ways and through a variety of services—circulation, interlibrary loan, instruction, using our physical spaces, accessing electronic materials, to name a few. Comparing the GPA of library users to non-users is a valuable assessment strategy for demonstrating the value-added impact or “nutritional value” of library services on our users
Association of College & Research Libraries
library use, student success, GPA
Library and Information Science
Scott, Mitchell, "Using Student GPA to Show the “Nutritional Value” of a Library Service" (2017). Faculty Creative and Scholarly Works. 9.