This seventh Library Assessment Conference is co-sponsored by the Association of Research Libraries and the University of Washington Libraries. The University of Houston Libraries and Texas A&M University Libraries will serve as hosts for the event, working with the conference sponsors on local arrangements and meeting planning. The conference is planned and organized by a Steering Committee composed of individuals active in the library assessment community.
The following registration options are available:
Early-bird registration (through Saturday, September 1): $450
Pre-conference workshops will be held on Tuesday, December 4. Post-conference workshops will be held on the afternoon of Friday, December 7. More information about the workshops is available on the conference website.
The conference provides a full range of presentations—invited speakers, papers, and posters—that cover all aspects of library assessment. There will be plenty of time to meet and engage with conference speakers and participants in formal and informal settings. All meetings will take place in the conference hotel, the Westin Galleria Houston. (See the conference website for information about reserving hotel rooms.)
.@CARLabrc Webinar on Library Assessment Perspectives, April 23, 2:30–3:30 PM ET
And last, joining us from the future (from Australia, where it is tomorrow today) - @thorpe_clare and @lyndelleg on Assessing the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals in academic libraries. #lac20
Congratulations to all the organisers and presenters at #LAC20 for an excellent conference. If you've enjoyed the @LA_Conference, the #LibPMC #CfP is open now... See http://libraryperformance.org for details.
Joyce Chapman (Duke) and Caroline Muglia (University of Southern California) now presenting about Developing best practices and ethical guidelines for assessing reuse of digital content. #LAC20 @LA_Conference this and all other presentations are being recorded.
Next up: Open Access Publishing - A study of UC Berkeley faculty views and practices with implications for library support by Chan Li, Becky Miller and Mohamed Hamed, all of UC Berkeley. @LA_Conference #lac20
We're now learning about Privacy Expectations: Student Perspectives on Learning Analytics in Libraries & Higher Education from @michaelperry_10 and @aasher, as part of the virtualized 2020 Library Assessment Conference @LA_Conference #lac20
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