Project Outcome for Academic Libraries - Peer Discussion Board

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Project Outcome helps academic libraries understand and share the impact of essential library services and programs. It is designed to give libraries simple tools and supportive resources to help turn better data into better libraries.

This community is for Project Outcome users at academic libraries to discuss their use of outcome measurement, ask each other about patron engagement strategies, and further the thoughts and conversations that begin with
Here, you can find various threads to ask and answer questions, start your own conversations, or further your own learning about how libraries are using outcome measurement to improve their patron-focused programs and services.

  • 1.  Share Your Experience!

    Posted Feb 07, 2023 01:59 PM
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    The ACRL Project Outcome Editorial Board invites you to share your experiences in using the Project Outcome for Academic Libraries toolkit in your libraries by submitting  a case study! 

    The resources in the toolkit include case studies to help users learn from other libraries engaged in outcome measurement. Case studies should be approximately 1,500-2,500 words in length and focus on how your library has used the Project Outcome toolkit. Case studies are accepted for review on a rolling basis.

    Please  review the attached case study guidelines and email if you wish to submit a case study!

    Gena Parsons-Diamond
    Program Officer, ACRL
    American Library Association


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