Hunting for the library value: benchmarking as a communication tool
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CitationBuset, Karen Johanne. Declève, Ghislaine. Ovaska, Tuulevi. (2019). Hunting for the library value: benchmarking as a communication tool. Journal of the european association for health information and libraries, 15 (1) , 8-14. 10.32384/jeahil15305.
International cooperation is an essential part of library and information professionals' work. Three European health and medical libraries started a benchmarking project in year 2013, aiming at comparing services among our libraries in order to find and implement best practices. We wanted to share ideas, solutions and examples. The purpose of this paper is to give the final report of the five-year benchmarking project. The project was a continuous best-practice benchmarking process. At the end the process, we essentially experienced this kind of library benchmarking as a communication and development tool. International benchmarking provides new skills for information professionals.
Subjectsbenchmarking international cooperation librarians libraries professional competence
Link to the original itemhttp://dx.doi.org/10.32384/jeahil15305
PublisherEuropean Association for Health Information and Libraries EAHIL
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