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THIS PAPER DRAWS ON THE GROWING BODY OF LITERATURE IN THE INfORMATION SYSTEMS and technology field to suggest useful measures and methodologies which may have potential for greater use in the LIS sector. The review covers both 'soft' and largely subjective user~orientated approaches, such as measurement of user satisfaction, with 'hard', objective approaches, such as transaction log analysis. It notes that most evaluation methods are designed to measure system 'success' and discusses attempts to define success. One hardly needs to labour the point in this journal that information systems evaluation is a critical activity for many library managers. With the development of the, web (over ten years ago) and its organisational equivalent, the intranet, the library and information services (LIS) environment has changed dramatically Library websites have become complex portals for information resources available to a librarys community, both within the physical library itself and elsewhere in the virtual environment.