Applications for Assessment Curriculum Designer/Presenters Due July 14

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

July 9, 2016

(via ACRL)

Individuals interested in contributing to creating two new ACRL learning opportunities on assessing library impact should apply by 4:00 PM CST on Thursday, July 14. The selected curriculum designer/presenters will create new opportunities that build on the work of the ACRL program Assessment in Action: Academic Libraries and Student Success (AiA).

First, a day-long workshop is being designed to provide professional development support to librarians who wish to know more about creating a plan to assess one particular program or service in their library. The focus is on understanding library contributions to institutional priorities for student learning and success and any aspect of the library can be the focus of inquiry. Second, the selected designer/presenters will work on a new approach that aims to support library leaders – deans and directors – in communicating about library impact with campus decision makers through a half-day guided discussion format. Both of these new events will be piloted in conjunction with the ACRL 2017 conference. Online content will be created to complement these two in person events and may include stand-alone webinars as well.

Find out more about qualifications and how to apply in the full call for applications.

iREAD Summer Reading Programs

Since 1981, iREAD provides high quality, low-cost resources and products that enable local library staff to motivate children, young adults, and adults to read.

Visit the iREAD website »

Latest Library JobLine Listings

Browse all JobLine listings »