Training Events

Mon, Jun 17, 2019 / 2:00pm to 3:00pm

CARLI member libraries can save on Document Delivery charges by using Reprints Desk's Article Galaxy Scholar Collection featuring articles from over 40,000 journals and chapters from over 400,000 books, ideal for filling gaps in your collection holdings. To hear more about The Article Galaxy Scholar Collection, plan to attend the informational webinar on Monday, June 17th at 2pm Central (Noon Pacific). 

During this 30-minute webinar, Reprints Desk will provide an overview of the Article Galaxy Scholar Collection of journal articles with special copyright royalty rates and demonstrate how our services streamlines article acquisition workflows both directly and through integrations with systems such as EBSCO, Alma, ILLiad, Odyssey and RapidILL. We will also provide a brief demo of the Article Galaxy Scholar Platform currently in development, which will provide semi-automated mediation service for on-demand document delivery. ​

Register for the webinar.

Fri, Jul 19, 2019 / 10:00am to 11:00am

Presented by Sara Goek, ACRL Program Manager. Attendees will learn about the new Project Outcome for Academic Libraries surveys and resources.

Project Outcome is a free toolkit that helps libraries measure four key learning outcomes – knowledge, confidence, application, and awareness – across seven library program and service areas.  The survey topics cover: Instruction, Events/Programs, Research, Teaching Support, Digital & Special Collections, Space, and Library Technology. The toolkit provides academic libraries of any size the means to easily measure outcomes and use that data as the basis for improvements and advocacy.

Please register by 5 pm. on July 18.

Attend the webinar.

 

Fri, Jul 19, 2019 / 10:00am to 11:00am

Presented by Sara Goek, ACRL Program Manager. Attendees will learn about the new Project Outcome for Academic Libraries surveys and resources.

Project Outcome is a free toolkit that helps libraries measure four key learning outcomes – knowledge, confidence, application, and awareness – across seven library program and service areas.  The survey topics cover: Instruction, Events/Programs, Research, Teaching Support, Digital & Special Collections, Space, and Library Technology. The toolkit provides academic libraries of any size the means to easily measure outcomes and use that data as the basis for improvements and advocacy.

Please register by 5 pm. on July 18.

Attend the webinar.

 

Tue, Jul 23, 2019 / 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Online meeting, information to come. 

Tue, Oct 29, 2019 / 8:00am to 4:30pm

Check-in from 8:00 - 8:30 am; Program begins promptly at 8:30 am

ACRL Standards for Libraries in Higher Education – One Day Workshop

The University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University, and CARLI are pleased to host the Association of College and Research Libraries: Standards for Libraries in Higher Education Workshop at the University of Illinois at Chicago on October 29, 2019.

Workshop Description
Libraries in higher education are increasingly required to demonstrate their value and document their contributions to overall institutional effectiveness. The Standards for Libraries in Higher Education (URL: ) is a framework for library planning and assessment that can be used for a variety of circumstances including annual planning, program review, and accreditation self-study. Through presentation, discussion, and group activities, learn how to use the Standards to communicate your library’s impact.

Schedule Overview:

  • Check-In/Morning Beverages
  • The Standards as a Foundation for Assessment (Part 1)
  • Lunch (Provided)
  • Designing Assessments (Part 2)
  • Metrics and Benchmarking
  • Leadership and Organizational Change
  • Wrap-Up and Reflection

Learning Outcomes
Workshop participants will be able to:

  • Establish the library and institutional contexts to effectively engage in planning, self-study, accreditation, or program review processes.
  • Use the ACRL Standards for Libraries in Higher Education and other foundational documents as a framework to develop benchmarks, evaluate quality and performance, and demonstrate value to the institutional mission.
  • Evaluate various metrics and assessment tools to select the best approach for a given situation.
  • Examine the role of leadership in building a culture of assessment to engage all librarians and staff members in effective decision-making.

Presenter
Andrea Falcone, Associate Director for Education & Public Services at the University of Colorado Denver. She is responsible for envisioning and managing information services that enhance research within and across disciplines, including academic success in and beyond the classroom. In this role Andrea also focuses on the strategic development of library learning spaces, integrated service points, and circulation services. She is the Editor of the Beta Phi Mu Scholars Series published by Rowman & Littlefield and is the column editor for "Perspectives on Public Services," which appears in International Information & Library Review.

Who Should Attend
This workshop is intended for all librarians, library staff, and library administrators who need to demonstrate the value of their library by documenting their contributions to overall institutional effectiveness and/or to identify areas for quality improvement. Attendees are not expected to have previous experience applying the Standards. Though the primary audience is librarians, library staff, library administrators and other campus professionals in areas of assessment, institutional planning and improvement, and academic technology may be interested as well.

There is a registration fee of $45 for this workshop.
This fee includes all workshop materials, morning beverages (coffee/hot tea), and lunch.
This fee does NOT include any travel costs associated with attending including hotel or parking.

Location
University of Illinois at Chicago
Richard J. Daley Library, Room 1-470
801 S. Morgan St.
Chicago, IL 60607

Driving Directions & Parking
Parking Rates: Visitor parking closest to the Daley Library (the Halsted Street Parking Structure [HLPS]), is a variable rate parking facility.
Mass Transit Directions
Campus & Parking Maps

Hotel
A block of rooms is available for attendees to reserve a room. Attendees must reserve a room either online or by phone and mention the booking code: GYD
All hotel charges are the responsibility of the attendee.

Hotel: Crown Plaza, West Loop location.
Address: 26 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60661
Room Rate: $179+tax
Includes free Wi-Fi
Self Park at Hotel: reduced rate of $39

Online Booking Link

Phone Reservations: (312) 829-5000 
Reservation must be made by: September 28, 2019

Registration
Space is limited for this workshop, registration will initially be limited as follows:

    June - September 2: one person per CARLI member, a waitlist will be established

    If space remains:

    September 3 - October 14, 2019: registration opens to more than one person per CARLI member including those on the waitlist

    October 14, 2019: Registration closes

Please click on the "Register" tab above to register. All registrants will be placed on the waitlist and will receive an email from CARLI if space is available to complete their registration. The email will include the online payment information to pay the registration fee. This fee must be paid within 14 days or by the close of registration whichever date is earlier.

The University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University, and CARLI are jointly hosting this ACRL Standards for Libraries in Higher Education Workshop. ACRL, a division of ALA, provides the curriculum for the workshop. Your registration data will be shared with ACRL. You will receive email messages about this program from both CARLI and ACRL. 

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