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Discussion DRAFT AGENDA--ALA Annual Meeting—Las Vegas—June 29, 2014

by Charles Stewart on Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 01:20 pm

DRAFT AGENDA

 

Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

ALA Annual Meeting—Las Vegas—June 29, 2014

Bally’s Las Vegas--Skyview 4, 08:30 am--10:00 am

 

Volunteer needed to take attendance and minutes--due July 25th

 

Remote participants—Josh Petrusa coordinating

Welcome—new members—Paul Beavers, Teresa Fishel, Mark McCallon, Sarah Passonneau, and Amanda Rinehart

DRAFT AGENDA

 

Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

ALA Annual Meeting—Las Vegas—June 29, 2014

Bally’s Las Vegas--Skyview 4, 08:30 am--10:00 am

 

Volunteer needed to take attendance and minutes--due July 25th

 

Remote participants—Josh Petrusa coordinating

Welcome—new members—Paul Beavers, Teresa Fishel, Mark McCallon, Sarah Passonneau, and Amanda Rinehart

Review of Saturday’s discussion forum: Update on the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Academic Library Survey, Sat. June 28, 03:00 pm 04:00 pm LVCC-S231—Bob Dugan

Review of ACRLMetrics user group: Saturday, June 28,10:30am to 11:30am

Las Vegas Convention Center N116--Chip

ACRL Survey FY13 status—Mary Jane

ACRL Survey FY14 supplementary questions—Ted Mulvey

Annual Work Plan 2014-2015—draft due July 25—Bob Dugan

          --continue to promote awareness of NCES ALS reintegration into IPEDS survey.  Advocate for pro-active campus communication with local IR.  Prepare an article for publication in C&RL News. 

          --finalize FY14 trends questions

          --prepare FY15 trends questions

          --other

DRAFT Year-End Report—comments?—final due July11—Ted Mulvey

Related Committees--ACRL Leadership Council—ACRL Fundraising Campaign, Z39.7—Chip

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Discussion Mid-Winter Meeting Draft Agenda

by Charles Stewart on Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 09:29 am

 

Here follows our draft agenda for Mid-Winter.  Guests most welcome.  For Board members, PLEASE signal if you CANNOT attend, AND if you wish to participate via Google Hangouts.  Regards, Chip

 

 

Here follows our draft agenda for Mid-Winter.  Guests most welcome.  For Board members, PLEASE signal if you CANNOT attend, AND if you wish to participate via Google Hangouts.  Regards, Chip

 

Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board Meeting

ALA Mid-Winter, Philadelphia--Sun, Jan 26, 2014, 08:30 am 10:00 am

Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Room Congress B

 

DRAFT AGENDA

 

Volunteer needed to take attendance and minutes

 

Welcome—attendees plus virtual participants (curated by Josh Petrusa)

 

ACRL Leadership Council—Chip

 

ALSFY12 and ACRLFY12 wrap ups and ACRL Survey FY13 status--Mary Jane, others?

 

ACRL Survey FY14 trends questions—Ted (remotely), Bob Dugan

 

IPEDS developments and need to communicate with institutional IR Offices--Chip, Bob

--activation of sub-committee:  Josh, Fannie, Gale, Ted, others?

--sample test questions, screens, and instructions still awaited

--promote awareness of NCES ALS reintegration into IPEDS survey

—prepare an article for publication in C&RL News advocating pro-active campus communication with local IR office—Fall 2014--Bob, Josh, Fannie

--consider appropriate timing for developing a communication plan using ACRL media channels to inform the field of ALS integration:  ACRL Update, ACRL Conference, etc.

Building the Board for 2014-2016--Chip

--recruiting new members:  encourage to volunteer by Feb 15th; at least three slots are openning up, perhaps one or two more

http://www.ala.org/acrl/membership/volunteer/volunteer

--new Chair, continuing Vice-Chair

 

Related groups--Z39.7, ARL, assessment, other?

 

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Discussion DRAFT AGENDA--ALA Annual Meeting—Chicago

by Charles Stewart on Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 11:34 am

Here is our agenda for Chicago.  I hope to see as many of you as possible.  If you have additional items, please let me know.  Regards, Chip

 

                                                          DRAFT AGENDA

 

 

Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

Here is our agenda for Chicago.  I hope to see as many of you as possible.  If you have additional items, please let me know.  Regards, Chip

 

                                                          DRAFT AGENDA

 

 

Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

ALA Annual Meeting—Chicago—June 30, 2013

HYATT-Grand B, 08:30 am--10:00 am

 

 

Volunteer needed to take attendance and minutes—due July 19—

 

Welcome—new Vice-Chair—Ted Mulvey, new members—Jay Bernstein, Bob Dugan, Bradford Eden, Gale Etschmaier

 

Remote participants—Josh

 

DRAFT Year-End Report—comments?—final due July 8—

 

ACRL Leadership Council, NCES ALS Advisory Council, Z39.7—Chip

 

ACRLMetrics and ACRL Survey FY12—Mary Jane

 

ACRL Conference paper discussion:  presentation by James Rettig

http://www.ala.org/acrl/sites/ala.org.acrl/files/content/conferences/confsandpreconfs/2013/papers/Rettig_Counting.pdf

 

ACRL Survey FY13 trends questions—Ted

 

Discussion of Annual Work Plan 2013-2014—draft due July 19

          --finalize FY13 trends questions

          --prepare FY14 trends questions

          --monitor IPEDS display screens and development of instructions, particularly for serials counts

          --continue work plan to Promote awareness of NCES ALS reintegration into IPEDS survey—need 2 volunteers to prepare an article

for publication in C&RL News advocating pro-active campus communication with local IR office—due Spring 2014

          --consider appropriate timing for developing a communication

plan using ACRL media channels to inform the field of ALS integration

 

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Discussion ALA Annual Meeting

by Charles Stewart on Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 12:50 pm

We now have our room assignment for our annual meeting in Chicago:

 

Sun, June 30, 08:30 am 10:00 am HYATT-Grand B

 

Please let me know if you will be attending.

 

Thanks much.  Chip

Discussion New acting Vice Chair Ted Mulvey

by Charles Stewart on Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 01:53 pm

 

 

Please join me in welcoming Ted Mulvey as our new Vice Chair.  Ted has agreed to serve in this capacity, pending formal approval by the ACRL Publications Coordinating Committee.

 

Chestalene Pintozzi had to resign from our Board due to multiple new responsibilities at her library.  I want to thank her publicly for her outstanding help with many projects.

 

Ted brings experience reviewing our trends questions, remote participation at our mid-Winter meeting, and the enthusiasm to learn.

 

Welcome, Ted!

 

 

 

Please join me in welcoming Ted Mulvey as our new Vice Chair.  Ted has agreed to serve in this capacity, pending formal approval by the ACRL Publications Coordinating Committee.

 

Chestalene Pintozzi had to resign from our Board due to multiple new responsibilities at her library.  I want to thank her publicly for her outstanding help with many projects.

 

Ted brings experience reviewing our trends questions, remote participation at our mid-Winter meeting, and the enthusiasm to learn.

 

Welcome, Ted!

 

Chip Stewart

 

 

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Discussion ACRLMetrics: ALA Midwinter User Group Meeting--Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10:30-11:30 am

by Charles Stewart on Thu, Jan 17, 2013 at 12:35 pm

 

Christopher Stewart will be presenting an overview of the enhanced ACRLMetrics based on his recent review in JAL.

 

 

Christopher Stewart will be presenting an overview of the enhanced ACRLMetrics based on his recent review in JAL.

 

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ACRLMetrics:
 ALA Midwinter User Group Meeting

Interested in acquiring more sophisticated tools for internal assessment, benchmarking, and connecting outcomes-based evidence of the library's contributions to the broader strategic goals of the parent institution? If so, ACRL and Counting Opinions invite you to attend a demonstration of ACRLMetrics on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10:30-11:30 am. in the Westin Seattle Hotel, Vashon Room.

An online service for academic library statistics, ACRLMetrics contains historical NCES and ACRL data as well as selected elements from IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System). Dr. Christopher Stewart, School of Library and Information Science, Dominican University, will explain how ACRLMetrics can connect work of the library with institutional priorities such as retention, graduation rates, and academic success in general. His presentation will review and demonstrate recent enhancements to ACRLMetrics including key ratios, reporting tools, and other facets of ACRLMetrics. Learn how to get the most out of your subscription during this short informative session.

Please let us know you are coming by registering.

Can't attend? Visit Counting Opinions (Booth #524) in the Seattle Convention Center exhibit hall or visit ACRLMetrics online for more information.

Contacts:
Lindsay Thompson
Manager, Special Projects
Counting Opinions
llt@countingopinions.com
(800) 521-4930

Mary Jane Petrowski
Associate Director
Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL)
mpetrowski@ala.org
(800) 545-2433 x2523

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Discussion Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board, Annual Minutes, Anaheim, 2012

by Ellen Safley on Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 01:32 pm

Find attached the minutes for the Committee's annual meeting, Anaheim, 2012

Discussion new ARL 2011-2012 Survey Webcast Recording Now Available

by Charles Stewart on Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 12:55 pm

Please take 15 minutes to view the part of this video that is a general introduction to the upcoming changes to the ARL Survey and our ACRL survey:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6p2Y4ZIos3g&feature=youtu.be

Start at approximately 45 minutes, 45 seconds.

As referenced, ARL has updated their statistics web page:  www.arlstatistics.org

The particulars of the new survey for 2011-2012 can now be publicly reviewed there at:

Please take 15 minutes to view the part of this video that is a general introduction to the upcoming changes to the ARL Survey and our ACRL survey:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6p2Y4ZIos3g&feature=youtu.be

Start at approximately 45 minutes, 45 seconds.

As referenced, ARL has updated their statistics web page:  www.arlstatistics.org

The particulars of the new survey for 2011-2012 can now be publicly reviewed there at:

http://www.arlstatistics.org/documents/admin/12arlstatistics.pdf

This is the final version of the confidential draft we saw last month.  Additional instructional material should be available in the coming weeks.

Please review this in preparation for our upcoming meeting.

 

Thanks, Chip

 

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Discussion ALA Annual Meeting, Anaheim, Agenda

by Charles Stewart on Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 03:16 pm

              AGENDA:  ACRL Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial  Board

                              Sunday, June 24th,  8:30-10:30   ALA Annual  Conference

                               Anaheim, Disneyland Hotel, Magic Kingdom Ballroom 4

                                 Chair, Chip Stewart;  Vice-chair, Chestalene Pintozzi

 

(NOTE:   The following topics may be adjusted and re-sequenced during the meeting.)

 

Welcome, request volunteer to take minutes, introductions

              AGENDA:  ACRL Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial  Board

                              Sunday, June 24th,  8:30-10:30   ALA Annual  Conference

                               Anaheim, Disneyland Hotel, Magic Kingdom Ballroom 4

                                 Chair, Chip Stewart;  Vice-chair, Chestalene Pintozzi

 

(NOTE:   The following topics may be adjusted and re-sequenced during the meeting.)

 

Welcome, request volunteer to take minutes, introductions

Remote participation—Jane Carvajal, coordinator-- pending technical arrangements, Kim Herndon will attempt to call in

ACRL developments—ACRL Leadership Council; Publications Coordinating Committee

Review of Work Plan for 2011-2012

                History—Chestalene Pintozzi

                ACRL FY 2011 survey just completed/ACRLMetrics—Mary Jane Petrowski

Work Plan for 2012-2013

                ACRL FY2012 survey

                                --timing considerations

                                --changes based on new ARL survey—Martha Kyrillidou

                                --Trends Questions 

                                --possible intro letter explaining changes;  webcast?;  resources?

                ACRL FY2013 survey

Statistics developments

                NCES ALS Advisory Council

                                 --NCES ALS FY2012 changes

                                --NCES IPEDS FY 2014 proposals

                Z39.7

New Business

New Members, Departing Members, Continuing Members; need for Community College member(s)

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Discussion ALA Mid-Winter 2012 Meeting Agenda--ACRL Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

by Charles Stewart on Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 11:25 am

 

 

ALA Mid-Winter 2012 Meeting

ACRL Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

Dallas, Sunday, January 22nd, 8:30-10:30 AM, Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star Ballroom A2

 

Agenda

 

1)  Introductions 8:30AM; volunteer to take minutes  (Note:  the sequence of topics may vary.)

 

2)  ALS re-integration with IPEDS--planned for FY 2013 and annually thereafter

--update from advisory committee meeting

--review of proposed dropped data elements:  Chestalene Pintozzi

 

 

 

ALA Mid-Winter 2012 Meeting

ACRL Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey Editorial Board

Dallas, Sunday, January 22nd, 8:30-10:30 AM, Sheraton Dallas Hotel, Lone Star Ballroom A2

 

Agenda

 

1)  Introductions 8:30AM; volunteer to take minutes  (Note:  the sequence of topics may vary.)

 

2)  ALS re-integration with IPEDS--planned for FY 2013 and annually thereafter

--update from advisory committee meeting

--review of proposed dropped data elements:  Chestalene Pintozzi

 

3)  Possible Trends Questions for ACRL FY 2012 Survey

--24/7 library operations

--technology trends

--possible new directions for the FY 2013 ACRL survey (after the ALS survey re-intgrates with IPEDS)

--other trends?

 

4)  Other updates: ACRL Leadership Council, Publications Coordinating Committee, Z39.7

 

5)  Facilitating remote participation at our Annual meeting

 

6)  New Business

 

7)  Visit by Martha Kyrillidou, ARL (around 10:00 AM)

--update on pending ARL survey changes for FY2012

--update on ARL plans after ALS re-integration with IPEDS, FY2013

 

8) Adjournment, 10:30AM

 

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Serves in an advisory capacity for the development of ACRL’s annual Academic Library Trends and Statistics Survey; represents ACRL on the NCES Advisory Committee and the ANSI-NISO Z39.7 standing committee; prepares reports for the ALA Research and Statistics Committee.

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