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Journal of Library Administration
Despite successful application of organizational learning to enhance services in academic libraries, little is known about organizational learning in libraries of for-profit colleges and universities (FPCUs). A quantitative online survey, followed by qualitative interviews, served to assess and explore the use of organizational learning in libraries at FPCUs. Data reflected medium to high levels of organizational learning in the libraries studied, as well as a negative relationship between organizational learning and number of students enrolled. Common themes in the interview responses included external pressures from the FPCUs making it more difficult to implement organizational learning, and the importance of communication.
Evener, J. (2019). Organizational learning in libraries at for-profit colleges and universities: A mixed-methods analysis. Journal of Library Administration, 59(3), 258-281. https://doi.org/10.1080/01930826.2019.1583016