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Wednesday, November 4 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Assessment and Academic Library Value

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Registration Cost: $110

This panel workshop features academic librarians with expertise in assessment and demonstrating value/impact on items of institutional importance. Consisting of representation from a mid-sized regional comprehensive university, doctoral institutions, and a large-scale regional comprehensive, discussion items for this preconference will include ALA’s Assessment in Action program, methods of assessing student learning, and demonstrating library value to university administration. Participants in this hands on workshop session will learn techniques for creating assessment programs at their own institutions, as well as practical advice on setting up and monitoring such a program. 


Cris Ferguson

Director of Technical Services, Murray State University

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Carrie Donovan

Assistant Dean for Research & Instruction Services, Ferris State University
Carrie Donovan is Assistant Dean for Research & Instruction Services at Ferris State University’s Ferris Library for Information, Technology & Education where she oversees and coordinates the research and teaching functions of the library, as well as the user engagement and user experience-related operations. Carrie’s professional contribution to information literacy and learning assessment is made evident through her publications and... Read More →

Ashley Ireland

Dean, University Libraries, Murray State University
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Adam Murray

Dean & Associate Professor, James Madison University: Libraries & Educational Technologies
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John Watts

Undergraduate Learning Librarian, University of Nevada Las Vegas
John Watts is an Undergraduate Learning Librarian at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he works with faculty and students to integrate the Libraries into the general education curriculum. He presents and publishes on the topics of creativity in information literacy instruction, student learning outcomes assessment, and peer-assisted learning. He has facilitated workshops on incorporating humor and story into library instruction as well... Read More →

Wednesday November 4, 2015 9:00am - 12:00pm

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