Planning, Conducting, and Communicating Library Assessment: An Overview

This program will introduce key stages of effective library assessment programs and projects. Topics include: creating a library-wide assessment plan, planning small- and large-scale projects, choosing methodology, and communicating results and future actions to key stakeholders. The speakers will present strategies for approaching assessment depending on your institutional context and they will provide examples of projects they have worked on.

Date: Thursday, 9 November. 2017
Time: 3:00 pm (CENTRAL)
Cost: free
Location: Online
Register for the program: https://acrl.webex.com/acrl/onstage/g.php?MTID=ea11357d3386a2f24d95418ee9280051f

Presenters
Starr Hoffman, Director, Planning and Assessment, UNLV
Ebony Magnus, Assessment & User Experience Librarian, SAIT Polytechnic
Maurini Strub, User Experience/Assessment Librarian, University of Louisville

The program will be recorded for later viewing if you are unable to attend the live session. This program is brought to you by the ULS Professional Development Committee. Please send questions to Jason Martin (Jason.martin@mtsu.edu).

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