Oviatt Library Assessment and Documentation


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The Oviatt Library Assessment team has the charge to spearhead, compile and provide consultation with others for the ongoing assessment of library facilities and services.

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Delmar T. Oviatt Library
California State University,
18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge, CA 91330
Phone: 818-677-2285

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Recent Submissions

  • Weiss, Andrew (California State University, Northridge, 2016)
    This report examines the collections, policies, general procedures and projects comprising the CSUN ScholarWorks Open Access Repository (SOAR) for the AY 2015-2016 and looks ahead to the coming AY 2016-2017 and beyond. The ...
  • Weiss, Andrew (Taylor and Francis, 2016)
    Massive Digital Libraries such as Google Books and the HathiTrust can provide libraries with virtual ready-reference collections that match the scope of print collections. Their impact reaches into the tens of millions of ...
  • Weiss, Andrew; James, Ryan (International Conference on Culture and ComputingIEEE, 2015)
    In previous studies, Weiss and James have examined the impact of Massive Digital Libraries (MDLs) on the development of libraries in terms of copyright, metadata, accessibility and diversity. This paper continues these ...
  • Weiss, Andrew; James, Ryan (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
    Purpose: This article reports on a quantitative study of massive digital library (MDL) Google Books' coverage of Hawaiian and Pacific Books. Design/methodology/approach: A total of 1,500 books were randomly selected from ...
  • Weiss, Andrew (Neal Schuman Publishers, 2012)
    Despite the breakneck speed of change in the digital economy, which has thrown numerous worthy technologies and companies onto the "dustbin of history," one of the most important skills needed by new librarians in the ...