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Leading a Strategic Assessment Program in a Research Library: ARL to Offer Seminar for New Assessment Professionals

two people sitting at a table in a libraryRegistration is now open for “Leading a Strategic Assessment Program in a Research Library: An ARL Seminar for Recently Appointed Assessment Professionals,” to be held in Washington, DC, May 14–15, 2015. This two-day, in-person event is designed for librarians and coordinators who are new to the roles and responsibilities of assessment. The seminar will be supplemented with pre- and post-workshop webcasts (dates to be determined) and independent learning activities, plus connection with a network of experienced colleagues who will provide ongoing support.

 
 

Introduction to ClimateQUAL® Lite

ARL’s Shaneka Morris and University of Maryland professor Paul Hanges present a half-hour web seminar on ClimateQUAL Lite, a shorter form of the conventional ClimateQUAL® survey that preserves data integrity while allowing institutions to assess library staff perceptions of the most essential aspects of the library's climate for diversity.

This webcast aired September 11, 2014.

 
 

Minority Representation in the 2012–2013 ARL Annual Salary Survey: Taking a Closer Look

lac2014-morris-kyrillidou-posterView/download PDF of posterA poster (PDF) analyzing trends in minority professional staff in US ARL university libraries through 2012–2013 was presented at the recent Library Assessment Conference by ARL’s Shaneka Morris and Martha Kyrillidou.

 
 

SPEC Kit 341: Digital Collections Assessment and Outreach (August 2014)

This SPEC Kit investigates what methods ARL member libraries use to maintain the relevancy of their locally curated digital library collections, and to continue to sustain, grow, capture return on investment, and enhance existing resources through outreach and assessment. The publication also explores current practices for integrating digital resources into the research, teaching, and learning environment. This SPEC Kit includes examples of digital project selection criteria, outreach and assessment guides, assessment reports, marketing plans, lesson plans, job descriptions, and works created with material from digital collections.

 This publication is available for purchase in both print and online versions. Download the spec-kit-purchase-options-2014.pdf for complete pricing and purchase options information.

Link to the online SPEC Kit 341 on the ARL Digital Publications website.

 
 

Digital Collections Assessment and Outreach, SPEC Kit 341, Published by ARL

spec-kit-341-coverDigital Collections Assessment and OutreachARL has released Digital Collections Assessment and Outreach, SPEC Kit 341, which investigates what methods ARL member libraries use to maintain the relevancy of their locally curated digital library collections, and to continue to sustain, grow, capture return on investment, and enhance existing resources through outreach and assessment. The publication also explores current practices for integrating digital resources into the research, teaching, and learning environment.

 
 

Award-Winning Posters at Library Assessment Conference Focus on Improving User Experience

lac2014-poster-by-hagman-bussell-guderFirst-place poster by Hagman, Bussell, and GuderARL and the University of Washington are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Library Assessment Conference poster session. The awards were presented on August 5 at the conference in Seattle, Washington. The winning posters, along with all poster session submissions, are available on the conference website.

 
 

ClimateQUAL® Lite Web Seminar to Be Offered by ARL—September 11, 2014

rainbow-over-peckham-libraryimage © Julian BurgessLearn more about the new ClimateQUAL Lite survey protocol in a free ARL online seminar. The ClimateQUAL survey collects information about (a) library staff perceptions of the organization’s commitment to the principles of diversity, (b) staff perceptions of organizational policies and procedures, and (c) staff attitudes. The survey addresses such issues as diversity, teamwork, learning, fairness, current managerial practices, and staff attitudes and beliefs.

 
 

Stephen Town, Martha Kyrillidou Honored for Outstanding Performance Measurement and Metrics Paper

stephen-town-and-martha-kyrillidouStephen Town, Martha Kyrillidou (left to right)Emerald Group Publishing has selected “Developing a Values Scorecard” by University of York (UK) Library’s Stephen Town and ARL’s Martha Kyrillidou as the Outstanding Paper of 2014 for the Performance Measurement and Metrics journal. In the paper, which is freely available to download, Town and Kyrillidou propose a value scorecard that can be used alongside the balanced scorecard to draw a more value-oriented picture of library strengths and impact. Emerald presented the award to Town and Kyrillidou at the Library Assessment Conference in Seattle today, August 5, 2014. For more information about the awards program, visit the Emerald Literati Network website.

 
 
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