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Library Assessment Forum to Feature LibValue Work by U of Tennessee

ARL will host a Library Assessment Forum at the upcoming ALA Midwinter Meeting, featuring LibValue research conducted at the University of Tennessee. The forum will be held on Friday, January 25, 2013, from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. in the Sheraton Seattle’s Ravenna Room. No registration is necessary to attend this event.

 
 

Library Assessment Career Achievement Awardees Named for 2012

laca-awards-2012s600x600clockwise from top left: Karin De Jager, Joan Rapp, Sam Kalb, Don KingARL is pleased to announce the 2012 Library Assessment Career Achievement Awards. These awards recognize individuals with substantial contributions to effective, sustainable, and practical library assessment as evidenced through presentations/publications, methods, service, advocacy, and other work. The 2012 awardees are Karin De Jager and Joan Rapp from South Africa, Sam Kalb from Canada, and Don King from the United States.

 
 

Proceedings of the 2010 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment

Steve Hiller et al., eds.
2011 | ISBN 1-59407-865-1 | EAN 9781594078651 | 778 pages
$200, plus shipping and handling (print or CD-ROM)

The third Library Assessment Conference offered in North America brought together more than 460 participants from 46 US states, 8 Canadian provinces, and 12 countries outside North America. The attendees—representing libraries, associations, library systems, and vendors—enjoyed a robust program offering presentations from more than 60 papers, 80 posters, and two full-day and four half-day workshops. The proceedings include both contributed papers as well as the keynote papers by:

Fred Heath (University of Texas)
Joe Matthews (JRM Consulting)
Danuta Nitecki (Drexel University)
Megan Oakleaf (Syracuse University)
Stephen Town (University of York, UK)
Charles Lowry (ARL)

 
 

Proceedings of the 2008 Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment

Steve Hiller et al., eds.
2009 | ISBN 1-59407-814-9 | EAN 9781594078149 | 552 pages
$150, plus shipping and handling (print or CD-ROM)

This second Library Assessment Conference—following the successful 2006 conference in Charlottesville, Virginia—brought together over 375 participants from libraries, information schools, associations, library systems, and vendors for four days of assessment presentations, poster sessions, discussions, and workshops. The proceedings contain more than 60 papers spanning assessment activities in libraries, information literacy, library as place, organizational culture, management information, using assessment data for change, assessment methods, reference evaluation, LibQUAL+®, statistical data, program impact/evaluation, usability, e-metrics, and more.

 
 

Library Assessment Conference Thessaloniki 13-15 June 2005

This volume includes papers from the June 2005, Library Assessment Conference, co-sponsored by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Alexander Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki Library, and partially funded by the European Community Social Fund. Participants were informed about the development and use of LibQUAL+® and MINES, as well as about the current effort to adapt LibQUAL+® into the digital library environment (DigiQUAL™). They also engaged to identify ways to use evaluation data for managing change and improving services in a Greek library environment.

pdf lac-greece-2005.pdf

Print copies are also available for $45.00 plus shipping & handling.

 
 
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