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Title: Evaluating Your Collection’s Suitability: Conspectus and Checklist Methodologies in Practice
Authors: Wang, Hanrong
Keywords: Subject::Library assessment methods
Subject::Library collections
Issue Date: 7-Sep-2023
Series/Report no.: 88th IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC), 2023 Rotterdam;Satellite Meeting: Demystifying Statistics and Evaluation in Libraries
Abstract: In this presentation, the essential components and procedures involved in implementing the Conspectus and Checklist methodologies for processing the library’s collection will be explored. The presenter will delve into crucial topics such as the responsible parties for conducting the assessment, the frequency of assessments, and the data collected for quantitative and qualitative analysis. Attendees will also learn about the available tools for conducting the assessment and how the collected data is evaluated for suitability. Furthermore, the presentation will examine the positive impacts of the assessment, emphasizing how it supports students' academic success, promotes prudent library budgeting, and assists academic departments in achieving accreditation. A presentation at the "Demystifying Statistics and Evaluation in Libraries" Satellite Meeting, organised by the Statistics and Evaluation Section and held at the University of Utrecht in Utrecht, The Netherlands from 17–18 August 2023.
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