The sixth biennial Library Assessment Conference, held in Arlington, Virginia, October 31–November 2, 2016, brought together 600 participants from 47 US states and the District of Columbia, 7 Canadian provinces, and 12 countries outside of North America. The program offered panel, paper, lightning talk, and poster presentations covering all areas of library assessment. The proceedings, 692 pages, include 28 papers and 62 short papers, representing the diversity of assessment efforts, including data visualization, facilities and spaces, and methods and surveys.
The next conference will be held in fall 2018. The conference is co-hosted by the Association of Research Libraries and the University of Washington Libraries. For additional information, visit the Library Assessment Conference website or send email to LAConf@arl.org.
If you haven't registered yet for @LA_Conference in Houston, please do! A great line up! Program-at-a-glance at https://t.co/0r5QgVT0PD
Congratulations to the 11 outstanding individuals selected to receive travel awards to attend #LAC18!
We're looking for a librarian to serve as the Head of Assessment and User Experience for @EmoryLibraries! Do you qualify or know anyone who does?
There's no better day than #ReadaBookDay to announce that four of our librarians are co-authors in a new book about library assessment. Congratulations Laura Spears, Trey Shelton, Chelsea Dinsmore, and @rachaelelrod! More info here: https://t.co/CleAezRiWk
Joan Lippincott and @kimduckett of @DukeLibraries will co-facilitate the preconference workshop "Library Spaces: Approaches to Needs Assessment and Post-Occupancy Assessment." https://t.co/AUnqlgATux
The early-bird deadline for the 2018 Library Assessment Conference has been extended. Register through September 12 to save! Workshops are filling up quickly. https://t.co/7cFcV2YKzh #LAC18