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Outcome-based evaluation

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Outcome-based evaluation is increasingly used for digital library projects. The point of outcome-based evaluation is to establish a project?s effectiveness with its target audience. Although many small-scale human-oriented project outcomes do not readily lend themselves to survey or statistical analysis, other research methods can be used to evaluate the amount and quality of a project?s effect. Anthropology offers not only a suite of observational methods, but standards for persuasiveness that apply equally to academics and to legislators.
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Keywords: Digital libraries; Evaluation; Projects

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2003-03-01

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