The Library Assessment Conference Travel Awards are offered to students and early-career professionals from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups who have demonstrated a strong interest in assessment and have the potential to contribute to the profession by deploying and developing innovative assessment and evaluation methods and strategies.
The Association of Research Libraries and the University of Washington Libraries, the conference co-sponsors, welcomed nearly 600 attendees to the 2018 conference. The conference goal is to build and further a vibrant library assessment community by bringing together interested practitioners and researchers who have responsibility or interest in the broad field of library assessment.
Congrats to our Deputy Librarian @ciara_mccaffrey on her latest publication, charting 10 years of quality improvement @ULLibrary #OA Link https://t.co/SAil9YAtX0 @NewRevAcadLib
The US Department of Education is seeking comments on planned changes to the IPEDS surveys, including new instructions for reporting digital/electronic serials on the Academic Libraries survey. The public comment period is open through May 20. https://t.co/YnLsvFm3Vp #assessment
This just in: the Southeastern Library Assessment Conference returns to Atlanta November 7-8. Submit your proposal online @ https://t.co/tr1yqaCTYW #SLAC2019
Jackie Sipes writes about "A Critical Approach to Library Assessment and User Experience" at Assessment on the Ground https://t.co/RJNHE7Ltr9 @TempleLibraries #assessment @LA_Conference
Read reflections on the 2018 Library Assessment Conference from the 11 outstanding individuals who received travel awards to attend the conference. https://t.co/Z3qBy9KJ0U