Papers should present innovative approaches and/or research that is well underway or has been implemented/concluded. Draft papers are due November 1, 2018. Final papers are due by January 15, 2019. Papers are expected to be 3,000–5,000 words for the conference proceedings.
A poster is a formal graphic presentation of a topic displayed on poster board. This format offers an excellent opportunity for presenting specialized studies or gathering detailed feedback on work, results, and action. Posters will be exhibited and presented during a reception and attendees will vote for the top posters.
Paper and poster proposals that cover any aspect of library assessment in any type of library are invited. The conference steering committee especially encourages proposals in the following areas:
The Library Assessment Conference is committed to providing access to its web content to people with disabilities. To help us meet our commitment, please follow these guidelines when creating PowerPoint slides and posters to be shown at the conference and subsequently posted to the website.
Training and Resources
Tips for creating an effective presentation and poster design.