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IFLA Satellite Meeting in Piraeus 2019: Registration Now Open

The IFLA section “Statistics and Evaluation” and the University of Piraeus Library are pleased to invite you to register to the Satellite meeting with the theme: "More Than Numbers: Implementing New Assessment Methods for Libraries" they organize at the University of Piraeus, on 22-23rd of August 2019.

10 June 2019

Call for Presenters: Satellite event at the University of Piraeus, Greece, 22-23 August 2019

The Statistics and Evaluation Section of IFLA is hosting a two day Satellite event August 22-23 at the University of Piraeus, Greece: “More Than Numbers: Implementing New Assessment Methods for Libraries”

25 February 2019 | Statistics and Evaluation, Statistics and evaluation, Assessment Methods for Libraries, evaluation, Visual analytics, Data analytics, Quantitative applications, Qualitative applications, eMetrics, Altmetrics, Web analytics

Call for papers — open sessions:Data and School Libraries

The IFLA School Libraries Section in collaboration with the Statistics and Evaluation Section invite interested professionals to submit proposals for the open session to be held in Athens, Greece, from 24–30 August 2019.

25 February 2019 | Statistics and evaluation, school libraries, Libraries in society, Information and knowledge, Cultural heritage, Capacity building

Statistics and Evaluation Section: WLIC 2015 Call for Papers

Theme: The Lyon Declaration in Action: Measuring the Impact of Access to Information and Development

18 February 2015 | Statistics and Evaluation, Library Statistics, advocacy with statistics, Statistics, Quantitative methods

Revised Library Statistics for Advocacy training module now available

A revised and expanded version of the training module, Library Statistics for Advocacy, is now available from the IFLA Online Learning Platform. This module was designed by a working group of IFLA's Statistics and Evaluation Section.

29 November 2011 | LDP (Library Development Programme), Associations, Building Strong Library Associations

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