Colleges and universities’ missions are typically comprised of educating students, training professionals, engaging in scholarship and research, promoting creative activity, improving healthcare, and providing public service. Academic libraries exist to support these core functions, yet most academic libraries are organized based on library functions rather than the primary missions of their college or university. This paper describes one academic library’s attempt to align library strategy and structure with its university’s academic plan.
Franklin, Brinley, "Aligning Library Strategy and Structure With the Campus Academic Plan: A Case Study" (2009). UConn Libraries Published Works. Paper 20.