Core Collection Evaluation & Assessment Interest Group

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Purpose: Dedicated to quantitative measures based on commonly defined data; managing information resources and developing institutional benchmarking; explores, develops, and promotes the use of both descriptive data and outcomes/impacts data.

This interest group is part of Core's Assessment Section.

Black Scholars on Black Lives lecture series

  • 1.  Black Scholars on Black Lives lecture series

    Posted 11 days ago

    Hi all, 
    [Apologies for duplication] In my new position as Head of Instruction, Engagement, & Assessment, I welcome you and yours to the Cal State Channel Islands Broome Library Black Scholars on Black Lives lecture series. Our next lecture is Wednesday at 10am PST with kYmberly Keeton, who will offer her lecture "Collective Relevance: Curating Black Art and History Through Independent Archival Practice." You can register for this and the other lectures in the series at

    The events are open to all.

    Related...assessment of lecture series. We had wonderful turnout for our first lecture (153 registered, 89 attended and stayed the entire talk) and a good level of feedback response (42%). I'm sifting through what I can find in the literature, but what have been your most useful assessment questions you've asked in your programming, in terms of student needs as well as evidence to provide when asking for support from admin? I'm new to the "Assessment" part of my title, and am frantically reading, but would love to hear from you all informally.



    Dr.2 Colleen S. Harris

    Head of Instruction, Engagement, & Assessment, Associate Librarian

    California State University Channel Islands

    John Spoor Broome Library

    1 University Drive

    Camarillo CA 93012




    Phone: (859) 420-8125 (cell-text msg preferred)

    Pronouns: she, her, hers

    Regular workday hours: Mon – Fri, 7:30am – 4:00pm



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