E-News: January 2020

January 14, 2020

How are you using your data?

ACRL provides resources and learning opportunities to help users of Project Outcome for Academic Libraries get the most out of their survey results. Help us serve other users by sharing how you have taken action with your results. Fill out this short survey and we may follow up with you as we develop new case studies.

Learning Opportunities

Upcoming webinars

Join us on Wednesday, January 22nd for a free webinar on visualizing library assessment data. Learn to expand your skills in Project Outcome and by using the newly-released CARL Data Visualization Toolkit. Attendees will gain a better understanding of rationales for data visualization and examples of best practices. This webinar is co-sponsored by ACRL and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries.



On Thursday, January 30th we are offering a free webinar for staff and leadership in library consortia and associations on the opportunities available through Project Outcome group accounts. This webinar will introduce attendees to the features and functionality of group accounts to collect and access Project Outcome data, and the ways groups can facilitate collaboration and partnerships among academic and research libraries.

In-person workshops

Check out the events page for a list of upcoming workshops this spring. It will be updated as more dates are confirmed. If you don’t see your state and would like to bring a sponsored workshop to a conference near you, more information about how to do that is available here.

Volunteer for the Editorial Board

ACRL members are invited to volunteer to join the Project Outcome for Academic Libraries Editorial Board (as well as all other section and division-level appointments). More information and a link to the volunteer form is available on the ACRL website. The deadline to volunteer is February 14th.

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