Lib-Value at QQML
May 22-25, 2012 - Limerick, Ireland
QQML (Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries) is an international conference dedicated to the different methodologies used in library science research. According to the conference's website, QQML "aims to the assessment and improvement of the services, to the measurement of the functional effectiveness and efficiency." QQML 2012 focused on new trends in library science.
Lib-Value was well represented with presentations from:
- Tina Chrzastowski (UIUC), Ebook Users Speak! Analyzing Comment Boxes from an Ebook Value Survey
- Rachel Volentine and Liz Whitson (UT), Portraits of Success: Building Personas from Scholarly Reading Patterns
- Teresa Walker and Regina Mays (UT), Aligning Assessment Efforts with Institutional Priorities: A Case Study from the University of Tennessee
- Martha Kyrillidou (ARL).
For more information on the conference, visit their website.