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Registration Now Open for 2021 Library Assessment Conference March 17 Virtual Session on Teaching & Learning and Value

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Register online for the final session of the virtual 2020–21 Library Assessment Conference, a half-day webinar on Teaching & Learning and Value to be held Wednesday, March 17.

The 2020–21 Library Assessment Conference is being offered as free monthly webinars through March. Each attendee must register separately for each monthly session. One week before the session, each attendee will receive a unique link to connect to the webinar. Subsequent reminders (including the connection link) will be sent one day before the session and one hour before the session.

For more information on the March 17 session on Teaching & Learning and Value, please visit the conference program page.

Want to see the session but can’t make it live? We’re recording each session and posting the videos to the schedule page. No registration is required to access the videos.

Register by March 14 to join the March 17 session.

Stay in touch with the conference and community via the ARL-Assess Google Group and by using #LAC20 on Twitter.


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. This biennial conference builds on the success of the first seven conferences held in Charlottesville, Virginia (2006, 2012); Seattle, Washington (2008, 2014); Baltimore, Maryland (2010); Arlington, Virginia (2016); and Houston, Texas (2018).