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Public Library Registration Package for Library Assessment Conference 2014

u-washington-suzzallo-libraryimage © Chris DubéARL and the University of Washington Libraries are offering a special $200 public library package for the 2014 Library Assessment Conference to be held August 4–6 in Seattle, Washington. The package includes conference attendance on Wednesday, August 6, and a choice of one workshop on Thursday, August 7. Traditionally, the conference has focused on academic libraries. This year, selected papers, panels, and workshops—especially those scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday during the conference—are of interest to public libraries.

Of particular note will be two sessions on Wednesday featuring Denise Davis (Sacramento Public Library), Mary Hirsh (Public Library Association), and Joe Matthews (author and consultant), who will lead a discussion of performance indicators and assessment for public libraries.

Thursday morning workshops of interest to public libraries include:

  • Practical Strategies for Building Assessment Capacity in Libraries
  • Getting the Message Out: Creating a Multi-Directional Approach to Communicating Assessment

Registration

To register for this special $200 package (including breakfast and lunch on Wednesday, August 6), please send an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

To register for the full conference and view the program and workshop schedules, visit the Library Assessment Conference website.


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