**Apologies for cross posting**
This year, our annual online training series on assessment practices and metrics will explore planning, management, and assessment practices in libraries during COVID-19. Led by course moderator, Martha Kyrillidou, our guest lecturers will discuss effective practices for planning for library spaces, collections, services, and strategic innovations – a sequel to the 2018 and 2019 offerings. Participants will also have access to the 2018 webinar recordings.
This eight-part program runs weekly from 11.00am - 12.30pm ET, September 18 through November 6. Registration is now open and the early bird discount is good through September 11; there’s also an extra discount for NISO members. So reserve your place(s) now — and remember, an unlimited number of attendees from your organization can sign up per registration!
September 18: Joyce Chapman, Assessment Analyst and Consultant, Duke University; Emily Daly, Head, Assessment and User Experience Department, Duke University
September 25: Lorraine J. Haricombe, Vice Provost and Director of the University of Texas Libraries, University of Texas
October 2: Bob Fox, Dean of Libraries, University of Louisville; Elaine Westbrooks, Vice Provost of University Libraries and University Librarian, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
October 9: Denise Stephens, Vice Provost and University Librarian, Washington University at St Louis
October 15: Maurini Strub, Director of Library Assessment, University of Rochester
October 23: Keren Stiles, Senior Library Manager, Engagement and Insight, Open University; Caroline Barrat, Engagement and Insight Officer, Open University, (UK)
October 30: Colleen Cook, Trenholme Dean of Libraries, McGill University (Canada)
November 6: Joan Lippincott, Emeritus, CNI
More details will be available shortly on the event page but, in the meantime, don’t hesitate to contact us if you need additional information or have any questions about the training series.
The NISO Team