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Creating Sustainable and Inclusive Assessment of Online Learning with LIS Students (video replay)

Asynchronous online learning has been an increasingly popular mode of education delivery in recent years and has many advantages for accessible and engaging learning experiences, particularly within academic libraries. More than ever, librarians are creating online learning objects and course content that can be used at the point of need, embedded in online courses, and assigned to students in a flipped classroom approach. But with the popularity of online learning, is this content diverse, accessible, inclusive, and useful to academic library users?

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We’re All in It Together: Focusing Outreach & Assessment to Your Institution’s Strategic Goals (2018 Annual)

Sunday, June 24 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Location: Morial Convention Center, Rm 393 Assessing, evaluating, and articulating the impact and value of library outreach work is a growing trend among academic librarians engaged in marketing and outreach. In order to assess and determine the effectiveness of this work, it...

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ACRL ULS Evidence Based Practices Discussion Group ALA Annual 2018

Come join us for a fascinating discussion at the ACRL ULS Evidence Based Practices Discussion Group at ALA Annual 2018! It will be on Sunday, June 24 from 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM at the Sheraton New Orleans (500 Canal Street), Room: Nottoway (4th floor). Guest speakers and topics are...

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Planning, Conducting, and Communicating Library Assessment: An Overview [video replay]

This program introduced 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...

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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...

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Assessing Library Space: A Framework for Getting Started [video replay]

On March 8, 2017, the ACRL ULS Professional Development Committee sponsored an online program discussing frameworks for assessing user space, major considerations in doing so, and their experiences assessing and redesigning library space. Below is the video of this program. Featured Speakers Kim Duckett, Head, Research and Instructional Services, Duke...

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Assessing Library Space: A Framework for Getting Started

Join the University Libraries Section on March 8, 2017 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (EST) for an online presentation and discussion about assessing user needs to advocate for and design learning spaces in academic libraries. The panel of experts will discuss frameworks for assessing user space, major considerations in doing...

Evidence-based discussion group at ALA 2011 Annual

Evidence-based discussion group at ALA 2011 Annual

Interested in evidence-based librarianship? Come join this active discussion group on Saturday, June 25 from 4-5:30 at the Sheraton New Orleans Crescent Boardroom. Do you have a project you’d like to share at the discussion? Are you using an assessment database and can talk about how it has facilitated decision...