50 participants from California public libraries will engage in two days of hands-on, intensive workshops about…
Participants will walk away from the RIPL Regional with tools for evaluation, confidence in building research into their activities, and a network of colleagues for future learning and success.
RIPL Regional participants work in California public libraries and are …
interested in getting started using data for savvy and strategic planning.
looking for both inspiration and instruction in a hands-on, participatory environment.
seeking to learn about outcomes and how to measure library impact.
committed to leading their organizations in making data-based decisions.
eager to develop a peer network to support research and evaluation efforts.
April 10-11, 2017, 8:00-5:00 each day
The registration fee and meals (breakfast and lunch April 10-11) are covered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Califa. Participants are responsible for their travel and lodging expenses.
Participants were selected by an application process to insure a broad range of public libraries and geographic regions in California are represented.
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