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Getting to know the Orbis Cascade Alliance Assessment Team: an Interview with Meredith Farkas

Meredith Farkas is an Assistant Professor and the General Education Instruction Coordinator and Social Science Librarian at Portland State University, and writes about libraries, instruction, and assessment at “Information Wants to Be Free”. We asked Meredith some questions about her … Continue reading

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Library Data Visualization Blog: PLS data visualizations

The Library Data Visualization Blog has been posting some wonderful visualizations of data from the FY2011 Public Library Survey, collected by the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Their latest is “What States Have the Highest Children’s Circulation?”.  These are … Continue reading

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Reflections on EBLIP7

I had the opportunity to attend the 7th International Evidence Based Library & Information Practice (EBLIP7) Conference held at the University of Saskatchewan July 15-18th. This conference was attended by evidence-based librarian practitioners and assessment librarians among other interesting folks. There … Continue reading

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