Attendee, University of Pittsburgh: more focus on outcomes; how do we prove causality?
Attendee, University of Tennessee-Knoxville: One strength of our program is that we have done a lot to establish a culture of assessment, so folks throughout the Libraries are doing assessment. I'd like our assessment program to be better integrated with the university's assessment program.
Attendee, McGill University: What do you see as being the hot current trends in assessment and UX?
Attendee, NIH: What we would like to see: dynamic data analytics (dashboards, data visualization) to assist in library decision-making
Attendee, UC-Berkeley: The strengths are mostly focused on input and output assessment, but not outcome assessment.
Attendee, University of Florida
1. Supported by Lib leadership and welcomed by University Community.
2. Institutional research data; Would be great to have more consistent data reporting on use of electronic resources.
3. Greater interaction with Institutional Research to be able to examine relationships between student library use and academic success
Attendee, University of Wyoming:
1. student learning assessment is our strength currently.
2. [Missing Information]
3. We want a Libraries-wide assessment program. It's currently smaller in scale.