Publications

IMA team, David Streatfield and guest publications

Selected Publications: David Streatfield

These publication are arranged under headings as follows:

Consultancy Reports

Development of a Pilot National Register of Collection Strengths: final report to the National Preservation Office (with David Haynes, Simon Rae Scott) London: DHA and IMA 2000

Access to research material British Library Research and Innovation Report 147 Belfast: LISC (NI) 1998 ISBN 0-7123-9738-8

Evidence-based museums, archives and libraries work: discussion document (with Sharon Markless) Re:source, the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries: London 2002.

Evaluation of Leading Modern Public Libraries (with Kerry Wilson, Sheila Corrall, Bob Usherwood) London: Museums, Libraries and Archives Council 2007
http://www.mla.gov.uk/resources/assets//E/evaluation_of_leading_modern_public_libraries_10653.pdf

Review of the Cultural and Heritage NTO and the Information Services NTO: report to Re:source, the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries (with Margaret Haines, David Haynes and Heather Lomas) London: DHA and IMA 2001.

The use of volunteers in public libraries: a report to the Library Association (with Noeleen Cookman, David Haynes) London: DHA and IMA 2000.

 

Educational Research

Mapping of current and potential Initial Teacher Training Provider involvement with Museums, Archives and Libraries report to Re:source, the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries 2003. See
http://www.mla.gov.uk/resources/assets//I/id825rep_pdf_6740.pdf

‘Using concept mapping to enhance the research interview’ (with Ian M. Kinchin and David B. Hay) International Journal of Qualitative Methods 9 1 (2010) 52-68.

 

Impact evaluation practice: higher education libraries

‘Facilitating the Impact Implementation Programme’ (with Sharon Markless) in Library and Information Research 29 (91) Spring 2005. [The entire issue is devoted to the Programme.]

‘Supported self-evaluation in assessing the impact of HE libraries’ (with Sharon Markless) Performance Measurement and Metrics 9 1 2008, 38-47.

 

Impact evaluation practice: public libraries

‘Assessment of public libraries: a country level perspective’ (with Quynh Truc Phan, Prijosoesilo Tryono, Titi Rosalina, Luba Devetakova, Marcel Chiranov, Maciej Kochanowicz, Resego Taolo, Kristine Paberza, Ugne Lipeikaite, Renata Sadunisvili) Performance Measurement and Metrics 13 1, 2012, 15-57.

‘Developing Impact Planning and Assessment at national level: addressing some issues’ (with Kristine Paberza, Ugne Lipeikaite, Marcel Chiranov, Luba Devetakova, Renata Sadunisvili) Performance Measurement and Metrics 13 1, 2012, 58-65.

Evaluating the impact of your library (with Sharon Markless) London: Facet 2006
See: http://www.facetshop.co.uk/

‘The evolution of Global Libraries’ performance measurement and impact assessment systems’ (with Jeremy Paley, Julia Cottrill, Katherine Errecart, Aimee White, Carrie Schaden, Tyler Schrag, Robert Douglas, Beeta Tahmassebi and Rachel Crocker) Performance Measurement and Metrics 16 2 (2015) 132-158.

‘Global Libraries impact planning and assessment progress’ (with Umut Al, Pablo Andrade Blanco, Marcel Chiranov, Luba Devetakova, Yulianto Dewata, Ieva Dryžaitė, Fiona Farquharson, Maciej Kochanowicz, Tetiana Liubyva, Andrea López Naranjo, Quynh Truc Phan, Rocky Ralebipi-Simelane, Lina Maria Cruz Silva, İrem Soydal, Resego Taolo, Tâm Thi Thanh Trân and Yuliya Tkachuk) Performance Measurement and Metrics 16 2 (2015) 109-131.

‘Impact evaluation, advocacy and ethical research: some issues for national strategy development?’ (with Sharon Markless) Library Review 60 4 (2011), 312-327.

‘Impact Planning and Assessment (IPA) of the Global Libraries Initiative (GL) of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’ [Guest editorial] Performance Measurement and Metrics 13 1, 2012, 5-7.

‘Impact Planning and Assessment of public libraries: making it happen’ Performance Measurement and Metrics 13 1, 2012, 8-14.

‘Innovative impact planning and assessment through Global Libraries’ (with Pablo Andrade Blanco, Marcel Chiranov, Ieva Dryžaitė, Maciej Kochanowicz, Tetiana Liubyva and Yuliya Tkachuk) Performance Measurement and Metrics 16 2 (2015) 177-192.

 

Impact evaluation research

Best Value and better performance in Libraries (with Sharon Markless and others) Library and Information Commission Research Report 52 Twickenham, Middx.: IMA for the LIC 2000 ISBN: 0-9538432-1-1

‘Developing performance and impact indicators and targets in public and education libraries’ (with Sharon Markless) International Journal of Information Management 21 2 (April 2001) 167-179.

‘Gathering and applying evidence of the impact of UK university libraries on student learning and research: a facilitated action research approach’ (with Sharon Markless) International Journal of Information Management 26 (2006) 3-15.

‘Getting at the impact of services’ in Brewer, Stuart (ed.) Value and impact studies: getting the benefit Loughborough, Leics.: Capital Planning Information 2002.

‘Improve your library: using research to fuel self-evaluation’ (with Sharon Markless). Paper presented at the CISSL-IMLS International Research Symposium The Impact of School Libraries on Student Learning New York, USA April 28th-29th 2005.

Social Impact audit for the South West Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (with Jared Bryson and Bob Usherwood) University of Sheffield Centre for Public Library and Information in Society 2002 ISBN: 0-9513531-9-5
http://cplis.shef.ac.uk/swsocialfinal.pdf

‘What is impact assessment and why is it important?’ (With Sharon Markless) Performance Measurement and Metrics 10 2 (2009) 134-141.

 

Information literacy

‘Evaluating the impact of information literacy in Higher Education: progress and prospects’ (with Sharon Markless) Libri: International J of Libraries and Information Services 58 2 (June 2008) 102-109.

‘Information literacy’ (with Sharon Markless). Chapter (pp.413-430) in Bowman, John H. (ed) British librarianship and information work 2001-2005 Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate 2007.

‘Information literacy’ (with Sharon Markless). Chapter (pp.380-87) in Bowman, John H. (ed) British librarianship and information work 2006-2010 Bowman 2012 (via www.lulu.com).

‘Information literacy in United Kingdom schools: evolution, current state and prospects’(with Sue Shaper, Sharon Markless and Simon Rae-Scott) Journal of information literacy, 5(2) 2011, 5-25.

‘Information literacy training for postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers; a national survey and its implications’ (with David Allen and Tom Wilson) Libri: International J of Libraries and Information Services 60 3 (September 2011), 230-40.

Reconceptualising information literacy for the Web 2.0 environment? (with Sharon Markless) In Hatzipangos, S. and Warburton, S. (Eds.) Social software and developing community ontologies Hershey, Penn.: IGI Global 2009.

‘Three decades of information literacy: redefining the parameters’ (with Sharon Markless) in Andretta, Susie (ed) Change and challenge: information literacy for the 21st Century Adelaide: Auslib 2007.

 

Library research

Critical evaluation of the LIC Value and Impact Programme: report prepared for Resource (with Sharon Markless) London: Resource 2002.

Review of research funding for LIS (with David Haynes and Noeleen Cookman) Library and Information Commission Research Report 40 LIC 2000.

 

Library research: college libraries

The really effective College Library (with Sharon Markless) Library and Information Commission Research Report 51 ISBN: 0-9538432-2-X.
http://www.informat.org/pdfs/effective-college-library.pdf

 

Library research: public libraries

Rediscovering reading: Public Libraries and the National Year of Reading (with Dianne Tibbitts and others) Library and Information Commission Research Report 30 Twickenham, Middx.: IMA for the LIC 2000 ISBN: 0-9538432-0-3

Review and evaluation of Wifi in public libraries: report to the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council London: Civic Regeneration 2006.

 

Library research: school libraries

‘Going the extra mile: what makes school librarians proactive?’ (with Bart Rienties, Sharon Markless and Simon Rae-Scott) School Libraries Worldwide 20 1 (2014), 128-144.

‘Invisible care? The role of librarians in caring for the ‘whole pupil’ in secondary schools’ (with Sue Shaper) Pastoral Care in Education 30,1 2012, 65-75.

Invisible learning? The contribution of school libraries to teaching and learning. Report on a research project (with Sharon Markless) Library and Information Research Report 98 London: The British Library 1994. Copies of this book are obtainable from Turpin Distribution, price £19. Please cite the ISBN reference when ordering.
http://www.turpin-distribution.com/turpinweb/content/aboutus/locations.aspx

Review of the benefits of library use in schools: briefing paper prepared for the Department for Education and Skills London: Re:source 2002.
http://www.mla.gov.uk/website/publications/browse_by_title/r/

School libraries in the UK: a worthwhile past, a difficult present and a transformed future? Report of the UK national survey (with Sue Shaper and Simon Rae-Scott) School Libraries Group of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) and Information Management Associates 2011. Available from: www.cilip.org.uk/get-involved/special-interest-groups/school/pages/news.aswpx

Schools Library Services: from survival to growth? (with Sharon Markless) Library and Information Commission Research Report 49 Twickenham, Middx.: IMA for the LIC 2000 ISBN: 0-9538432-3-8.
http://www.informat.org/pdfs/schools-library-services.pdf

Teaching today. Libraries: from poor house to power house (with Sharon Markless) London: BBC Education 1995.

Whatever happened to the UK survey of school libraries? (with Sue Shaper, Simon Rae-Scott) The School Librarian 59 1 (Spring) 2011, 3-5.

 

Tools and materials

Impact Initiative Section of the SCONUL (Society of College, National and University Libraries) website describing the Impact Initiative conducted for the Library and Information Research Group and SCONUL from 2003-5, and including impact evaluation materials and tools. Prepared 2007
http://vamp.diglib.shrivenham.cranfield.ac.uk/impact/impact-initiative/doing-impact-evaluation-an-outline

Improve your library: a self-evaluation process for secondary school libraries and learning resource centres 2 volumes (with Sharon Markless) London: Department for Education and Skills 2004.

Improve your library: a self-evaluation process for primary schools (with Sharon Markless) London: Department for Education and Skills 2004.

Managing change toolkit website prepared in association with the People’s Network for Re:source, the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries and the Chartered Institute for Library and Information Professionals 2003.
http://www.mla.gov.uk/resources/assets//P/pn_ManagingChangeReport_revisedJan04_pdf_4436.pdf

‘Research methods masterclass’ series in Information Research Watch International 2000 – 2010. This series is also available on the IMA website.
http://www.informat.org/researchmethods/