2022 Library Assessment Conference
Tuesday, November 1 – Thursday, November 3
The Library Assessment Conference Steering Committee is pleased to announce that the ninth biennial Library Assessment Conference will be offered in a virtual format November 1–4, 2022.
A call for proposals was issued in March. In addition to papers and posters, the conference also invites proposals for short, practical learning sessions.
The conference builds and supports the wide-reaching community of library assessment practitioners and researchers who have responsibility or interest in this broad field. The multiday event is a mix of invited speakers, workshops, and contributed papers and posters that stimulate discussion and provide feasible ideas for effective, practical, and sustainable library assessment.
Details about the 2022 conference will be posted on the Library Assessment Conference website.
2022 Conference Steering Committee
- Steve Hiller, University of Washington, Co-Chair
- Nancy Turner, Temple University, Co-Chair
- Giovanna Badia, McGill University
- Jackie Belanger, University of Washington
- Jaymey Butler, Association of Research Libraries
- Elizabeth Edwards, The University of Chicago
- Martha Kyrillidou, QualityMetrics, LLC
- Megan Oakleaf, Syracuse University
- Laura Spears, University of Florida
- Cameron Tuai, Drake University
- Nola Walker, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Frankie Wilson, University of Oxford
- Krystal Wyatt-Baxter, The University of Texas at Austin
About the Library Assessment Conference
The Association of Research Libraries and the University of Washington Libraries co-host the Library Assessment Conference: Building Effective, Sustainable, Practical Assessment. The conference goal is to build and further a vibrant library assessment community by bringing together interested practitioners and researchers who have responsibility or interest in the broad field of library assessment. The conference provides a mix of invited speakers, contributed papers and posters, and workshops that stimulate discussion and provide workable ideas for effective, practical, and sustainable library assessment.