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Everyone’s headed to Seattle in our latest comic! (With the exception of Steve, of course…)
Final Call – Proposals due Friday, May 2 – Tina E. Chrzastowski, Head of Access & Delivery Services, University Library, Santa Clara University – On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, we would like to invite you to submit a proposal for the Access Services Conference 2014, Unlocking the 21st Century Library. This year’s event will be held […]
Our newest comic announces open registration for the 2014 ARL Library Assessment Conference.
Proposal notifications are on the way! Please give us a few days to send out all of the emails. You will hear from us soon! In the meantime, enjoy our latest comic strip.
Today we introduce you to the folks who are working hard behind the scenes on the 2014 Library Assessment Conference:
Check out our comic strip (below) and visit the Library Assessment Conference website for more information about the 2014 conference. Our next strip will be posted soon!
Notes by Karen Neurohr (Oklahoma State) and Martha Kyrillidou (ARL) A gathering of 80+ colleagues interested in library assessment met as usual during Friday before ALA to hear interesting developments in library assessment. This forum takes place twice a year in conjunction with ALA annual and midwinter meetings from 1:30 to 3:00pm on Fridays and […]
There is an increasing number of library assessment community gatherings so it’s worth doing a brief update on what’s happening. Historically, what is known as the biennial Northumbria conference with roots in the UK dates back more than a decade ago. Similarly, the biennial Evidence Based Library and Information Science gathering with its roots in […]
This post is only part of a conversation I have been having with statistician and librarian and gentleman of many hats, Ray Lyon. We are discussing Total Survey Error. Non-response bias is only one of the pitfalls in poor survey methodology and the biased data some surveys reveal. I expect more will come on this […]