The Impact Module focuses on how library publishers measure and extend the impact of their work. It covers how to identify and apply specific impact measures for publications, how to assess the performance of a publishing program and publication portfolio, and how to build an engagement strategy and evaluate its effects.
The workshop will be held over Zoom video conferencing software. Please note that by registering to attend this virtual workshop, you are agreeing to attend all four sessions and to complete all assigned readings and coursework (estimated 1-3 hours per week).
Session 1: Friday, August 24
Session 2: Friday, August 31
Session 3: Friday, September 7
Session 4: Friday, September 28
The workshop is limited to 30 participants, and registration is first come, first served. There is no registration fee.
The workshop’s instructor is Charles Watkinson, Associate University Librarian for Publishing / Director, University of Michigan Press, University of Michigan.
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 Friday, August 31): $450
- Registration (after Friday, August 31): $550
- Graduate student rates: $275 (early-bird); $300 (regular)
- Pre- and post-conference workshop rates: $100 (half day); $180 (full day)
Registration closes Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Register early to secure your space. Create an Ex Ordo account and register online.
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…”
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The agenda for the full day Liberty National User Conference began with Sarah Thompson (Technical Services Manager). Sarah ran through the new Liberty features that will soon be released.
Users were excited by the features and pleased to hear that many of the features will be available very soon!
Later in the day James Martin, Softlink IC’s Development Manager, expanded on the Liberty new features discussion. During his presentation, James asked the community how Liberty could be enhanced.
The delegates came up with some very interesting ideas, and we’d like to thank all the librarians who contributed for their input. Customer feedback and guidance has always been an important consideration in our product development.”
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