The Library Assessment Conference Travel Awards are offered to students and early-career professionals from historically underrepresented racial and ethnic groups who have demonstrated a strong interest in assessment and have the potential to contribute to the profession by deploying and developing innovative assessment and evaluation methods and strategies.
The Association of Research Libraries and the University of Washington Libraries, the conference co-sponsors, welcomed nearly 600 attendees to the 2018 conference. 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 #LAC20 proposal period is now open! Submit paper, poster, and workshop proposals by February 28.
Want to host #EBLIP11 in 2021? Check out the Call for Expressions of Interest on the #EBLIP10 homepage: http://eblip10.org. Contact Dr Diane Pennington @infogamerist with questions/to submit your EOI! 👍
Get ready to submit a #LAC20 proposal on one of these topics, or any other aspect of library #assessment: #DataManagement, visualization, #digital libraries, #repositories, #diversity, #equity, #inclusion, measures, methods, spaces, learning analytics, usability, value, impact
NEW TODAY: Is your library taking an evidence-based approach to transforming its service offerings? Today, @cwolffeisenberg and I write about @IthakaSR's use of service concept testing to drive innovation. https://sr.ithaka.org/publications/what-do-our-users-need/
Join our Impactful Scholarship and Metrics Task Force on October 29 for a free online forum updating their work on a proposed new framework for evaluating the impact of academic librarian scholarship. https://bit.ly/2PfMauG
Keynote session question to the audience: What happens to library assessment when we conceptualize it as an "ethical, values-based, social practice for the public good"? #CLAW2019ABCE