Danielle Cooper and Christine Wolff-Eisenberg will present on two research projects at the Library Assessment Conference in Houston, Texas.

On Wednesday, December 5, Christine will be joined by Dr. Braddlee of Northern Virginia Community College to talk about the Community College Libraries & Academic Support for Student Success project as part of a panel on Methods & Tools. The session runs from 2-3:30 pm.

On Thursday, December 6, Danielle is speaking on “Perspectives on the Limits of Assessment: Ithaka S+R’s Indigenous Studies Project.”  Her talk is part of a panel that runs from 1:30 -3:00 pm on Non-Traditional Users.

Additionally, on Wednesday, December 5, from 10:45 -12:30 pm, 10 librarians representing six universities will share their experiences with Ithaka S+R’s local surveys of faculty and students and how they used the findings to understand the needs of their campus communities:

  • “Using Student Survey Data to Build Campus Collaborations,” Elizabeth Edwards and Rebecca Starkey (University of Chicago)
  • “Step Aside, Tableau: The Pros and Cons of Analyzing and Reporting Ithaka S+R Survey Results Using Google Data Studio,” Emily Guhde (Georgetown University)
  • “The Group Within: Analyzing a Large-Scale User Survey to Focus on a User Subpopulation of Interest,” Lisa Hinchliffe (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  • “Disseminating Findings on User Needs Across a Multi-Campus Library System: An Approach to Packaging and Communicating Results from the Ithaka S+R Survey of Undergraduates at Penn State University,” Lana Munip and Steve Borrelli (Pennsylvania State University)
  • “Knowing Our Users: Deriving Value from the Ithaka S+R Local Surveys at the University of Missouri,” Jeannette Pierce and Gwen Gray (University of Missouri)
  • “Assessing the User Needs of STEM Graduate Students: A Comparative Analysis,” Juliet Rumble and Adelia Grabowsky (Auburn University)

For more information and to register, please visit the Library Assessment Conference website.