Quick! You have 5 minutes and 20 slides to tell your colleagues from Oregon and Washington academic libraries what you think about the future! What will you tell them? Will you outline a dystopic future where Google has implanted a device in our brains, tracking and making available our every thought? Will you inspire them […]
Careful readers of the March issue of C&RL News will note that the ACRL Board of Directors has approved Portland as the official location of the ACRL 2015 National Conference, pending receipt of all letters of support. The dates are March 25-28, 2015. Exciting news!
Web traffic and campus trends: a multi-institution analysis (.pptx) Ordinarily, it is difficult to generalize operational research conducted at one library to the environment of another. Different survey instruments, user populations, and sampling techniques make direct comparisons difficult. Despite these clear differences, libraries continue to use this literature to plan new services. There is a […]
Better late than never, right? Like so many of you, I returned from ALA only to be thrust into the beginning of the semester whirlwind. I can’t take the guilt of “Report about ALA on blog” on my to-do list anymore, especially since the report I have to offer is so brief! First, I have […]
Here’s a chance to help shape the 2010 ACRL NW conference: http://survey.oit.pdx.edu/ss/wsb.dll/s/2bfg11a9 We look forward to hearing your ideas!