Thursday, May 20, 2021

Call for Proposals - International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries

 Final chance to submit your proposal for LibPMC 2021

This is your final chance to submit your proposal for LibPMC 2021! What library assessment activities have you done this year? What new changes have you had to put in place, either as an emergency response or planned improvements? What data and UX have you completed around these?

Submissions are welcome on any aspect of performance measurement and assessment of relevance to the library and information sector in the format of for papers, lightning talks, and panels.


Should you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact:

Warmest regards,

The LibPMC Conference Board

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About the conference

LibPMC brings together practitioners, researchers, educators and students interested in all aspects of performance measurement in library and information services in any context. The goal of library performance measurement and assessment is to understand how well a library is meeting stakeholder needs, with the aim of driving improvement. Key features of library performance measurement include a focus on the needs of stakeholders and communities, actively using qualitative and quantitative data to improve services and the user experience, and communicating the results and outcomes of assessment activities.

Past conferences have provided a mix of invited speakers, contributed papers and workshops designed to stimulate discussion, provide ideas for measuring and improving library performance, and develop new concepts and techniques to advance the field. The conference is the longest-running conference on this subject and is truly international, welcoming participants from all countries.

Additional information about the conference, including links to past proceedings, are available on our website:


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