ALCTS CMS Collection Evaluation and Assessment Interest Group

ALCTS CMS Collection Evaluation and Assessment Interest Group Meeting-ALA Annual 2016

  • 1.  ALCTS CMS Collection Evaluation and Assessment Interest Group Meeting-ALA Annual 2016

    Posted Jun 02, 2016 09:01 AM

    ALCTS CMS Collection Evaluation and Assessment Interest Group Meeting is scheduled for Sunday, June 26, from 1:00 – 2:30pm at HILTON Orlando, Room Lake Nona.


    1:00-1:02 Introductions and Announcements


    1:02-1:17 Presentation 1: Data Driven Collection Building & Management, Hong Yao, Coordinator, Collection Development Division Queens Public Library


    1:17-1:32 Presentation 2: Meaningful Serials Analysis:  When Evidence-Based Decisions Are More than Data Points, Nadia Lalla, Associate Provost for Library and Student Services, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences


    1:32-1:47 Presentation 3: Impact Analytics and Benchmarking: The future of Collections Assessment,  Tom Humphrey, COO, Kanopy; Lea Currie, Head of Content Development, University of Kansas; Sara Morris, Associate Content Development Librarian, University of Kansas


    1:47-1:52 Q&A


    1:52-1:57 Lightning Talk 1: Academic User Behaviors around Print Books and eBooks, Chan Li, Sr. Data Analyst, California Digital Library


    1:57-2:02 Lightning Talk 2: Providing course adoption textbook support for faculty and their students, Beth Bernhardt, Assistant Dean for Collection Management and Scholarly Communications, UNC Greensboro


    2:02-2:07 Lightning Talk 3: A Method for detailed subject level collection analysis by LC Call number, Michael Hughes, Acting Head of the Institute of Fine Arts Libraries, New York University


    2:07-2:12 Lightning Talk 4: Using SpringShare’s LibAnalytics for Collection Assessment, Trey Shelton, E-Resources Librarian, University of Florida; Steven Carrico, Acquisitions Librarian, University of Florida


    2:12-2:17 Lightning Talk 5: Finding Value in Course Syllabi: Using NVivo to Assess Use of Library Collections, Jeremy Whitt, Scholarly Resources Librarian, Pepperdine University


    2:17-2:22 Lightning Talk 6: Curating Usable ILS Data for Selectors, Staff, and Administrators, Caroline Muglia, Collection Assessment Librarian, University of Southern California Libraries


    2:22-2:30 Q&A


    Hope to see you there!