Presentation on theme: "Library Assessment Plans: Four Case Studies Kay Chapa, Assessment Librarian University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Dallas, TX Enrollment: 4,200."— Presentation transcript:
Library Assessment Plans: Four Case Studies Kay Chapa, Assessment Librarian University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Dallas, TX Enrollment: 4,200 Library Staff: 52 FTEs Xin Li Director of Service Innovations and Resource Planning Cornell University: Ithaca, NY Enrollment: ~21,500 Library staff: ~ 550 Jen Rutner Assessment & Marketing Librarian Columbia University; NY, NY Enrollment: ~22,700 Library staff: 460 Agnes Tatarka Assessment Director University of Chicago; Chicago, IL Enrollment:~15,000 Library staff:~311 FTEs
Before we talk about assessment plans, can you briefly tell us about the current “culture of assessment” at your organization?
What was the main impetus for creating an assessment plan?
What was involved in creating your assessment plan? Did you model it on an existing plan? How many people were involved? How long did it take?
What is the scope and range of your plan (3-year plan, covers all assessment activities, etc.)
What was the hardest part about creating your assessment plan and what do you consider the most critical component?